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Downloads. Physics and Astronomy, School of. Physics and Astronomy, School of Key measures: Positive Outcomes: 95%, Graduate prospects: 81.7%, Graduate employment: 79.3%

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Work-placement.pdf. Physics%20skills. Options with your subject: Physics. A physics degree sets you up well for research-based roles and positions in other sciences, it is also useful for careers in business, finance, IT and engineering...

Options with your subject: Physics

Job options Jobs directly related to your degree include: Jobs where your degree would be useful include: Remember that many employers accept applications from graduates with any degree subject, so don't restrict your thinking to the jobs listed here. What can I do with a physics degree? Skills Your head might be crammed full of useful (and some not-so-useful) information, but your physics degree will also help you to develop a wealth of useful skills… Advanced I.T.

What can I do with a physics degree?

Skills Microsoft office? Child’s play! Analytical Skills You’re better than Shearer and Hansen put together. Attention to Detail. What can I do with an astrophysics degree? Skills Your head might be crammed full of useful (and some not-so-useful) information, but your astrophysics degree will also help you to develop a wealth of useful skills… Advanced I.T.

What can I do with an astrophysics degree?

Skills Microsoft office? Child’s play! Your future with physics: Career directions. Physics graduates have a wealth of career opportunities open to them – so much so that it can get a little confusing.

Your future with physics: Career directions

So whether you already have a physics degree or are just thinking about studying the subject at university, you’ll want to take some time to sift through your long-term options and decide what would suit you best. To help you, we’ve researched the job sectors that might appeal, with links to further information if you’re interested.

Careers information and resources. Physics Careers. Including astronomy, astrophysics and space science Physics is widely regarded as a demanding degree to get and employers know that to get a good physics degree, you have to be bright!

Physics Careers

A physicist looks to understand how things work: the reasons that things happen the way they do, which requires the ability to analyse problems. PlanIT Plus - Career Zone. Physicists do experimental and developmental work in areas such as electronics, medicine, engineering, the environment, energy, nuclear physics, manufacturing and information technology.

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The Work You could be: Conditions Depending on the type of work you do, you would work in a laboratory, factory, hospital or office.Hours vary depending on the type of work, but are generally Monday to Friday. IPEM > Careers & Training. Why choose this career?

IPEM > Careers & Training

Here are some comments from our members about their work: "There is nothing more satisfying than seeing a cancer patient being treated with an item of equipment you have helped to develop" "My best day at work was when a four year old girl with restricted growth collected a new bike I had designed for her. Smiles like hers are why I do my job" DurhamUniversityMedicalPhysicsFINAL. Information technology. Working in physics: A fresh look at nuclear. A new industry-wide graduate scheme aims to get the next generation of nuclear scientists thinking about community and environmental issues from the outset.

Working in physics: A fresh look at nuclear

Susie Hay and Michael Kelk describe the “nucleargraduates” programme. As everyone must surely now acknowledge, the economy is heading for recession in many countries, and several industries are planning to cut back on their workforces. Physics and engineering graduates may have an advantage in this economic climate, however, because one major sector is definitely still hiring talented people from these disciplines: the nuclear industry. Nuclear power is back on the political agenda for a number of reasons. These include the need to secure and sustain future power supplies, reduce carbon emissions and address the environmental problems associated with decommissioning aging power plants.

One aspect of the NDA’s recruitment campaign is an industry-wide graduate scheme, called “nucleargraduates”. Ni booklet. Andrew Wallis. Careers using physics May 2015. Durham Careers Presentation New Template. NERT Durham TomOlbrich. Durham HE Careers 2. IOP Teacher Training Scholarships. £30,000 tax-free funding for talented individuals entering physics teacher training in England in the 2016/17 academic year. 150 IOP scholarships will be awarded to the very best individuals who impress us with their academic record, physics subject knowledge and commitment to teaching.

IOP Teacher Training Scholarships

As an IOP scholar you will not only receive £30,000 tax-free funding, you will also become part of a scholarship community, giving you access to: Top maths and physics jobs from ecm selection, cambridge. Postgraduate. Studying for another qualification once you graduate from university might seem like the last thing you want to do after years of hard work. However, having a postgraduate qualification can open significant doors on your way up the career ladder, setting you apart from your competition. Modern physics research covers an enormous range of topics and disciplines. The different types of qualifications available to those with an undergraduate degree are listed below.

You can also find details of the physics research going on nationwide in the Current Research in Britain guide and the IOP's own research guide. Post Graduate Certificate in Education (PGCE)/Post Graduate Diploma in EducationThe PGCE/PGDE is the common qualification taken by those entering primary or secondary teaching. To find out if you are eligible for funding visit the Training and Development Agency (TDA) website. Return to top Master of Science, MScThese are taught postgraduate courses that specialise in a particular area. About Us. The Institute of Acoustics is the UK's professional body for those working in acoustics, noise and vibration.

It was formed in 1974 from the amalgamation of the Acoustics Group of the Institute of Physics and the British Acoustical Society (a daughter society of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers). The Institute of Acoustics is a nominated body of the Engineering Council, offering registration at Chartered and Incorporated Engineer levels. The Institute has some 3000 members from a rich diversity of backgrounds, with engineers, scientists, educators, lawyers, occupational hygienists, architects and environmental health officers among their number. homepage. Nanotechnology.