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A Russell Group university: one of the UK's 20 leading research-intensive universities
Ranked in the UK top 20 in 22 subject areas (Times Good University Guide 2011)
Teaching and Research .... in the front rank of UK universities (The Guardian University Guide)
Queen's offers a full range of courses to international students who need additional language training (www.into.uk.com/qub)
Second-safest city in the world (United Nations)
Lowet cost of living in the UK (British Council)
Why Physics at Queen's ...
Study Physics at Queen's, one of the elite Russell Group of universities that includes Oxford and Cambridge.
Study in a Department where the students gave it the highest ranking within the University for 'Student Satisfaction' in the 2010 UK National Student Survey.
Study in state-of-the-art teaching and research facilities including the International Research Centre for Experimental Physics opened in 2005.
Study in a student friendly and welcoming environment where junior students are supported by their senior counterparts through peer mentoring.
Study in small group tutorials during your first year, with weekly feedback on your progress.
Study in a Department ranked 6th for Physics in the UK in the 2011 Guardian University Guide.
Study in a department which offers a scholarships of £1,000 in the 1st year to all full paying international students.
Accreditation - All Physics degrees are accredited by an internationally renowned professional body, The Institute of Physics (IOP).
Flexibility - Specialist options in Astrophysics and Medical Applications with decisions deferred until midway through the second year of study.
Projects - Final year MSci students undertake a semester long project in a research laboratory, working alongside leading researchers.
Employability - Physics graduates from Queen's enjoy great success in a broad range of careers.
Garry McKee, 2006 graduate
Senior analyst in a pharmaceutical company