The MSc program in Physics and Nanotechnology is offered in collaboration between three DTU departments: Department of Physics, Department of Micro- and Nanotechnology, and Department of Photonics Engineering.
You can read a general description of the programme including the subject areas in the Introduction.
The master programme is open to Danish and International students holding a bachelor degree in Physics and/or Nanotechnology. You can read more about the admission requirements in the study handbook.
Formal matters and course lists
The formal definition of the master programme, including course lists, can be found in the Study Handbook. The links below go directly to the relevant pages.
Please note that regardless of when you were admitted, you should always use the newest version of the study handbook.
Five different study lines are offered. Following a study line is optional. You can read more about study lines here. Be aware that the requirements for the study lines differ if you have been admitted before or after September 2012.