Photon Science (Laser Photonics) MSc

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  • Entry requirements
    Entry requirements: The normal admissions requirement is a lower second class honours degree, or better, from a British university, or an equivalent qualification. For example, German students should have completed one year of Diplomarbeit, and French students should have their Mantrise (Bac. +4).
  • Academic title
    Photon Science (Laser Photonics) MSc
  • Course description
    Course description
    The MSc in Photon Science is an unique course that has been launched in association with the University of Manchester's new research flagship, the Photon Science Institute. It has been designed to reflect the multidisciplinary nature of Photon Science and as such offers lecture courses and experimental projects not just from the School of Physics and Astronomy but also from the Schools of Chemistry, Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Chemical Engineering and Analytical Science, and from the Manchester Science and Enterprise Centre.  It is similar to the MSc Photon Science but with an additional emphasis on lasers and related technologies.

    We also offer an MSc by Research and an MSc Photon Science.  

    Module details
    Students take six core modules in Laser Photonics, Laser Technology, Laser Laboratory, Laser Photomedicine, Nonlinear Optics, and Spectroscopy as well as two optional modules from the following: Laser, Electron and Photon Interactions with Atoms and Molecules; Soft Matter Physics; Holography and Imaging; Holography and Advanced Optics; Advanced Instrumental Techniques; Optoelectronic Devices and Photonics; Optical Instruments; Technology Enterprise with Tools and Techniques; Industrial Tomography Systems. Students will also carry out an extended experimental project in one of the participating Schools.

    Career opportunities
    Graduates will be well placed either to find employment in the optics and photonics industry or to proceed to further research study.

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