Course code: #757
Physicists have a solid knowledge of the physical universe and apply this knowledge to initiate new and innovative ideas to further human development.
They also solve complex problems and develop models to understand better and predict intricate systems' behaviour.
Physics teaches you highly transferable skills that enable analysis and optimisation across many industries.
You'll learn problem-solving, critical thinking and analytical skills in demand across all government and private sectors.
Studying physics at UOW is a passport to work anywhere in the world.
You can choose from two study options:
You will learn the basis for making, interpreting and extending observations relating to the behaviour and structure of matter.
When you choose the Bachelor of Science, majoring in Physics, you will study mechanics, thermodynamics, electricity and magnetism, vibrations, waves, optics, and modern, quantum and statistical mechanics.
Several advanced mathematics subjects will complement this.
|Cost of living||1 person||$8,052|
|Accommodation||1 bed room||$15,063|
If you do not already meet the English requirements for your chosen course, you can complete an English course at UOW College Australia.
UOW also recognises English language courses offered by some other colleges in Sydney.
A guide to the length of the English course you may need to study is provided below.
Please note that this table should only be considered a guide. Lower Writing scores may mean you'll need to study English for longer.
|Score at time of application||Estimated time required to reach IELTS entry score (weeks)|
* for students with 6.0 overall but 5.5 in either reading or writing
# for students with 5.5 overall but less than 5.0 in reading or writing
Applicants must have achieved the required score in a qualification equivalent to completing 13 years of schooling in Australia.
To succeed in your chosen course, it is assumed you have completed relevant subjects in your senior high school studies or other relevant qualifications.
This is particularly important for degrees with a strong basis in Mathematics or Science.
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