Master's Degree in Applied Physics in Bucharest in Romania

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Applied Physics

A masters is the first level of graduate coursework and can be obtained after you receive a bachelor’s degree. Earning a masters usually requires two years of full-time study, which amounts to 36 to 54 semester credits.

 

Applied physics is the study of physics specifically as it pertains to developing and growing a wide range of practical uses in society through research and technology. Students may focus on a specific industry that uses this science, including aerospace, satellites, mobile telecommunications, lasers, microchips, fiber optics, semiconductors and information technology.

Romania is a country located at the intersection of Central and Southeastern Europe, bordering on the Black Sea. Getting to Romania is easy from nearly all parts of the world, due to its position, as well as the fact that it is served by an array of transport types and companies. Romanian universities offer great choice of undergraduate and postgraduate programs in Romanian, English, French and German.

Bucharest is the capital city of Romania and is a cultural, financial, and industrial hub of the country. Bucharest is also the largest city in Romania, having over 3 million inhabitants. It has 34 campuses 16 of these being public universities.

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Master In Applied Geophysics

University of Bucharest
Campus Full time 2 years September 2018 Romania Bucharest

Unique in the country, the Faculty of Geology and Geophysics originates in three faculties geologically and geophysically organized after the Education Reform in 1948. Today the traditions of Romanian geology continue to a high level of scientific and didactic approach, on the background of modernization and permanent updating. [+]

Unique in the country, the Faculty of Geology and Geophysics originates in three faculties geologically and geophysically organized after the Education Reform in 1948. Today the traditions of Romanian geology continue to a high level of scientific and didactic approach, on the background of modernization and permanent updating.

The current organization of the faculty dates back to 1990 and is characterized by a continuous dynamic, offering graduates career opportunities in industry as well as in the scientific and academic fields.

The academic offer of the faculty contains three bachelor programs, five master and one doctoral programs in modern study areas and a great interest for the global labor market and advanced scientific research: Geological Engineering, Geology and Geophysics.... [-]