Masters Program in Astronomy in Europe

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Astronomy

A Masters degree is an academic degree awarded to individuals who successfully denote a higher level of expertise. There are two main types of Masters - taught and research.

A Master in Astronomy teaches the fundamental concepts of modern astronomy. It is applied to the study of asteroids, comets, planets, interstellar and -galactic matter, quasars, star formation, nebulae, stars in all stages of their evolution, white dwarfs, neutron stars, the chemical and physical evolution of galaxies, etc.

Europe is, by convention, one of the world's seven continents. Comprising the western most point of Eurasia, Europe is usually divided from Asia by the watershed divides of the Ural and Caucasus Mountains, the Ural River, the Caspian and Black Seas, and the waterways connecting the Black and Aegean Seas.

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Master in Physics and Astronomy

Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam
Campus Full time 2 years September 2019 Netherlands Amsterdam

The Master’s program in Physics provides you with plenty of opportunities to study and engage in groundbreaking fundamental research and its applications. Whether you are interested in physical processes within cells, creating artificial photosynthesis, astroparticle physics or testing fundamental symmetries at the atomic scale, the Master’s program in Physics gives you the opportunities to deepen your knowledge and engage in groundbreaking fundamental research. [+]

Master in Physics

Physics and Astronomy is an indispensable part of modern society. Modern life would be entirely different without computer chips, lasers, MRI screening and all the other benefits of physics research. The Master’s program in Physics provides you with plenty of opportunities to study and engage in groundbreaking fundamental research and its applications. Whether you are interested in physical processes within cells, creating artificial photosynthesis, astroparticle physics or testing fundamental symmetries at the atomic scale, the Master’s program in Physics gives you the opportunities to deepen your knowledge and engage in groundbreaking fundamental research.

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Master's Degree in Astronomy and Astrophysics

VIU - Universidad Internacional de Valencia
Online 1 year April 2019 Spain Valencia

Astronomy arose before the fascination of the human being for the starry sky. As a current science, it responds immediately to the technological advances that determine the spectacular discoveries in the knowledge of the cosmos of which we are witnessing. [+]

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Astronomy arose before the fascination of the human being for the starry sky. As a current science, it responds immediately to the technological advances that determine the spectacular discoveries in the knowledge of the cosmos of which we are witnessing.

Definition of the Master's Degree in Astronomy and Astrophysics

The objective of the Master's Degree in Astronomy and Astrophysics is to provide students with in-depth knowledge of contemporary astronomy, both in terms of the constituents of the universe and the most current observational techniques used in the exploration of the cosmos. It covers theoretical and technical aspects related to the most advanced technologies, the use of detectors and the analysis of the data obtained.... [-]


Master of Science in Physics and Astronomy: Gravitation, Astro-, and Particle Physics (track)

University of Amsterdam
Campus Full time 24 months September 2019 Netherlands Amsterdam

The two-year track Gravitation, Astro-, and Particle Physics (GRAPPA) in the Master’s programme Physics and Astronomy, a joint degree with the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, stands at the intersection of theoretical physics, experimental (astro)particle physics and astrophysics. Students benefit from a highly collaborative international research environment. Current research topics include gravitational waves, collider-based particle physics experiments and dark matter detection, and the staff is involved in several large international research projects. [+]

The two-year track Gravitation, Astro-, and Particle Physics (GRAPPA) in the Master’s programme Physics and Astronomy, a joint degree with the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, stands at the intersection of theoretical physics, experimental (astro)particle physics and astrophysics. Students benefit from a highly collaborative international research environment. Current research topics include gravitational waves, collider-based particle physics experiments and dark matter detection, and the staff is involved in several large international research projects.

Is GRAPPA in Amsterdam the track for me?

The GRAPPA track is for ambitious students interested in gravitation, astroparticle and particle physics. You are intrigued by both the subatomic scale (e.g. the Standard Model, particle interactions) and the largest scales (e.g. astrophysical objects, the Universe), and are particularly interested in combining the two to address some of the biggest puzzles in science. Furthermore, you:... [-]


Master in Astronomy

Stockholm University
Campus Full time 2 years August 2019 Sweden Östermalm

Welcome to the Department of Astronomy! Our MSc programme gives you a well-rounded and broad education in astronomy, closely connected to world-leading research. Whether you are interested in black holes, cosmology, exo-planets or exploding stars, this two-year programme is the right choice for you. The programme covers both theoretical and observational approaches to modern astronomy. As our student you will acquire skills in current research methods and proficiency to analyze, evaluate and present complex astrophysical data. [+]

Welcome to the Department of Astronomy! Our MSc programme gives you a well-rounded and broad education in astronomy, closely connected to world-leading research. Whether you are interested in black holes, cosmology, exo-planets or exploding stars, this two-year programme is the right choice for you. The programme covers both theoretical and observational approaches to modern astronomy. Our students acquire skills in current research methods and proficiency to analyze, evaluate and present complex astrophysical data.

Reasons to choose

First class education and close connection to department research:

Stockholm University is one of the 100 highest ranked universities in the world and a leading European university. The Department of Astronomy covers world-leading research, including both theoretical as well as more observational and experimental research. With all our teachers being active researchers, you are offered various ways to get in contact with recent advancements in each respective field through lectures, laboratory sessions or degree projects.... [-]