Associate Professor - Physics
Junior Research Fellow - Physics
Content Developer - Physics
Subject Matter Expert - Physics
Training Manager - Physics
Associate Professor - Applied Physics
Physics graduates have skills that are in high demand in diverse sectors.
Skills relating to numeracy, problem-solving, data analysis and the communication of complex ideas, as well as a wider understanding of how the world works, on a scientific and human level.
The course helps in gaining more in-depth, specialized knowledge, to prepare you to work effectively in a specific field.
Careers in space and astronomy, as an astronomer, the job would essentially be to study the universe, collecting data from global satellites and spacecraft and operating radio and optical telescopes.
Potential areas of specialization include astrophysics, particle physics, biotechnology, nanotechnology, meteorology, condensed matter theory, quantum dynamics, applied physics, plasma physics, aerospace dynamics, atomic and laser physics, atmospheric, oceanic and planetary physics and climate science.