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Deadline for applications for academic year 2014/2015 is on February 28th, 2014 for students needing visa, or April 30th, 2014 for students who do not need a visa to study in Belgium (e.g. EEA-students or those who already have access to Belgian territory granted).

        Programme: Master of Science in Physics, specialisation Nanophysics
        • Starting from the academic year 2011-2012, the Physics Department of the University of Antwerp organises a state-of-the-art two-year Master's programme (120 ECTS) in the fascinating and emerging field of nanophysics.
        • All courses are taught in English. Therefore students will need to prove good proficiency in English.
        • The teaching is supported by a strong and long research tradition in nanophysics at the UA.
        • The programme is unique in the sense that it focuses strongly on the fundamental physical aspects
          that are necessary to understand the exciting properties of nanosystems.
        • Students have the opportunity to get insight in the nanometer scale physics via experimental, theoretical and computational work.

        International aspect
        • The Master's programme in Physics at the UA is integral part of the international NANOMAT Master's programme in Nanophysics and Material Science
        • The Master's programme in Physics at the UA is bound through a bilateral agreement to the Physics programme taught at the University of Pierre and Marie Curie (UPMC) in Paris, France. Students who go for exchange to UPMC and obtain at least 30 ECTS there will receive a recognised double diploma.
        • All courses in English are available to foreign students within established exchange programmes (e.g. Erasmus, Erasmus Mundus). Foreign students are also welcome for internships and their M.Sc. thesis work at the UA (see this link for offered topics). Provided that more than 27 ECTS are collected in our programme and the inter-university agreement is signed, the student can become eligible for a bi-diploma.
        • Students already studying at master level elsewhere, or already in possession of a Master's degree, can apply for recognition of certain courses (in equivalence of xx ECTS). In that case, provided that their request is granted by Education Commission, such students can enroll our programme and graduate in a shorter period of time (after collecting remaining 120-xx ECTS).

        General Account
        Programme Director prof. dr. Milorad Milosevic (
        Programme Advisor prof. dr. Bart Partoens (
        International Student Officer Lisa de Haardt (

        Two out of our international graduates: 
        Slavisa Milovanovic from Serbia and Rouhollah Pourbabak from Iran.