Physics

Course

In Newport

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    Course

  • Location

    Newport

Description

This is about observing natural phenomena, trying to understand them and predicting what might happen in new and unknown situations. Physicists want to understand how things work, in every detail and at the deepest level. This includes everything from elementary particles, to nuclei, atoms, molecules, macromolecules, living cells, solids, liquids, gases, plasmas, living organisms, the human.

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Location

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Newport (Isle of Wight)
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College, Medina Way,, PO30 5TA

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Course programme


Physics
What will I learn?
This is about observing natural phenomena, trying to understand them and predicting what might happen in new and unknown situations. Physicists want to understand how things work, in every detail and at the deepest level. This includes everything from elementary particles, to nuclei, atoms, molecules, macromolecules, living cells, solids, liquids, gases, plasmas, living organisms, the human brain, complex systems, supercomputers, the atmosphere, planets, stars, galaxies, and the universe itself. Physics is the most basic and fundamental of all the sciences.
What qualifications do I need?
We would normally require candidates to have the standard sixth form entry requirements including GCSE Mathematics at grade B and Physics at grade B.
Career opportunities:
Physicists end up in all sorts of interesting jobs and are virtually never unemployed, because of their broad training and adaptability. In particular they are needed at the start of new technologies and machines, or in particularly challenging projects such as space exploration or major research initiatives.

Physics

Price on request