Physics

Master of Physics
Master of Physics
The aim of the Master of Physics is to provide students with an outstanding education in experimental and theoretical physics that draws on the broad spectrum of research themes covered at Université Paris-Saclay and relates closely to current research and development issues.

Objectives

The variety of teaching approaches (conceptual or application-oriented, possibility of internships in laboratories or companies leading to either entry into the workforce or further studies) is suited to students with various needs and ambitions and leads to many career options.

Licence

LDD3 : Physique - Cursus ENS Paris-Saclay

Masters

M1 et M2 : Photonique moléculaire pour les bio et nanotechnologies (Monabiphot)

Ce parcours en deux ans forme de futurs chercheurs ou ingénieurs aux fondements théoriques et à la pratique expérimentale de technologies génériques situées en amont de la nanobiologie et des télécommunications fondées sur des principes de photonique moléculaire.

M1 Physique - Voie Irène Joliot-Curie (ENS Paris-Saclay)

M2 : Formation à l'enseignement supérieur en physique

Débouchés directs : préparation à l’agrégation de physique (accès aux postes d’agrégés dans l’enseignement secondaire et dans l’enseignement supérieur).

Careers

Generally speaking, the Université Paris-Saclay Master of Physics leads to the following graduate destinations:

  • doctoral study (basic or applied physics, intersections of physics)
  • academia, research and development
  • private sector executive
  • research engineer in public agencies
  • business services requiring advanced scientific and methodological knowledge
  • end of an engineering school curriculum (for university students after the M1)
  • secondary school teaching