Congratulations on your offer. We hope to see you at one of our offer holder events. Take a look at some course info below and hear from our students.
Our online events are a great way to find out more about your course, the community you'll be studying in, and they are an opportunity to meet staff and students, and experience subject taster sessions. Physics student Andrew hopes you can make it!
Your offer holder event
Our offer holder events are a great way to find out more about your course and the community you’ll be studying in. You can take a virtual tour of our facilities and chat with students and staff to find more about Physics at Lancaster. We have five offer holder events and each one features interactive taster talks on different topics within physics. Choose the event which features the topics of interest to you the most. You can come to any event, as there is a lot in common, despite the specialist areas covered. You can register once you receive your personal email with a booking link.
Saturday 17th April 2021, from 10.00 am
Welcome to Physics An insight into the Physics department. Find out what it is like to study here, take a look at our courses on offer and learn about our research areas. You will also have the opportunity to ask your questions to staff and students.
A choice of interactive taster talks
A student-led tour of the Department Take a virtual tour of the department with student ambassadors and an opportunity to ask any more questions you may have.
End of the event
Explore Physics in-depth
Tour the Department
Take a tour around the Physics Department and see our cutting-edge facilities that you will be able to use in your studies.
You will benefit from our unique and world-leading research facilities. The includes specialised equipment and materials in our Quantum Technology Centre, IsoLab and Ultra-Low Temperature Lab. You will also have access to a wide range of learning resources, from our own computer suites and new teaching laboratories to the 365mm Schmidt-Cassegrain reflecting telescope.
A place for Pascale
When did you know Physics at Lancaster University was the place for you? When I visited, I felt so at home, it was so welcoming, and everyone was so enthusiastic and friendly, plus the facilities were great, I could see myself living and studying here.
What made the facilities so great? The newly refurbished Physics Department has lots of study spaces. They’re perfect for getting work done between lectures, and the open-door policy means that if you’re stuck on a worksheet, you can find lecturers outside of teaching hours to get help. It’s also in a central position on campus, meaning you never have to walk too far to get to a different lecture theatre throughout the day.
What is your favourite aspect of your course? I’ve most enjoyed the astrophysics modules, as well as the coding, which is something I’ve found out that I’m quite good at that I wouldn’t have done otherwise. I like all the study space in the Department; it makes it much easier to sit with your friends and work through coursework.
What are you going to do after your degree? I want to stay in academia and do research. Lancaster is helping me by letting me know about all the internships I can apply for as well as hosting some within the Department and supporting all my applications