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    Hi, I'm attending a course of Phisics in Italy, but I'm interested in attending a master in Uk. How can i do? is it difficult to access to the master? which kind of master regarding my trade exist? How much are they ?
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    Hi, I'm attending a course of Phisics in Italy, but I'm interested in attending a master in Uk. How can i do? is it difficult to access to the master? which kind of master regarding my trade exist? How much are they ?
    There's lots of options with a physics degree, especially in UK, where I find there tends to be lots of extra options due to conversion masters (eg. you can study a computer science).

    With a physics degree, it depends on the specific subjects you studied. You could obviously do any MSc directly related to physics. However you can also get only some engineering related courses, for example if you've done enough electronics/maths then you could do some electrical/mechatronics/robotics related courses. There will also be courses such as nanotechnology related you could probably do.

    Regarding the conversion courses, these tend to be in tech, such as computing/IT/robotics related, and you'll study the basics of computer science (software development etc), it is a way to meet the demand for these types of jobs.

    I'd suggest having a look at some university websites and check out the courses there and what they ask for regarding undergraduate qualifications. #

    For price, it depends on how popular the course is, and the uni. For example most of the top London unis are £10,000 minimum for the year. In general the price will vary between £5000-£12000 for UK/EU students. You'll find that Scotland and Northern Ireland are a lot cheaper usually around £4000-£8000, but they have exceptions also.
 
 
 
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