Bachelor in Physics
The Bachelor in Physics is taught in English. This degree programme develops critical thinking, rigour and creativity, preparing students for present and future industry needs.
With a strong foundation in physics and mathematics, the Bachelor in Physics encourages critical thinking, problem solving and innovation. Students are prepared for further study or international careers in engineering science or in the many different fields of physics.
The numerous laboratory sessions and the hands-on projects help students to understand the concepts studied, and train them as future scientists and experimenters.
Over three years, students will partake in lectures, problem solving sessions, laboratory sessions, projects, internship, written technical reports and oral presentations. A language course has been integrated to expand our student’s capacity in this area, which will stand them in good stead for further study or international careers in physics. History of sciences, career planning and introduction to engineering courses are also part of the programme.
The Sciences and Engineering Department maintains close collaborations with the Masdar Institute, Cleveland Clinic, the UAE Space Agency, FANR and other institutions and companies, which will increase our student’s exposure to real-world expectations and interests.
The Bachelor in Physics helps students launch successful careers in engineering, research and development, teaching and other professions. Jobs can include an engineering associate or research assistant in a laboratory, work for a government institute or major industrial firm, journalists in science and popular science and a sales representative for technical products. This degree provides graduates with several options to pursue further academic studies at Sorbonne University in Paris or any other relevant postgraduate programme in the UAE and abroad.
Tuition fees (including admin. fees):
AED 215,100 (approximately US$ 58,615)
15 July 2021
Placement test dates
The placement test takes place from 10:00 am to 12:00 pm on the following dates:
6 March 2021
11 April 2021
22 May 2021
12 June 2021
19 June 2021
5 July 2021
20 July 2021
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Admission to this programme is very selective; the following are the minimal criteria to apply for admission in to its foundation year (Foundation Year in Sciences)
1) High-School with a minimum average of 80%; (Science, Advanced, Elite Stream, or equivalent)
2) Recent EmSAT-Math with a minimum score of 800(Following MOE regulations, the EmSAT exam is required for specific applicants; please refer to the following link for more details)
3) Recent EmSAT-English with a Minimum score of 1250, or valid Academic-IELTS 5.5, or valid TOEFL-IBT 71
Applicants with no EmSAT score will be required to sit a placement exam administered by the university
Some applicants holding a recent EmSAT-Math score satisfying the above minimal requirements might also be required to sit the placement exam
Based on the recommendation of the admission committee a selection of outstanding applicants may be exempted from the Foundation year in Sciences and offered a direct admission in to the first year of the bachelor in Physics.
Other Countries Education’s Systems
Conditions apply on other foreign curriculums according to the admission’s policy set by Sorbonne University Abu Dhabi. Please contact the Student Recruitment office by email: email@example.com for more details.