Education of the Physics and Astronomy department at KU LeuvenAs a physicist you want to unveil nature’s laws. You study the fundamental structure and coherence of physical matter, from the smallest subatomic particle to the immensity of the cosmos.
- Hard Condensed Matter
- Soft Condensed Matter and Biophysics
- Nuclear Physics
- Theoretical Physics
- Stellar Astrophysics
- (Astro)physics Education Research
We are not aware of any academic requirements for this programme.
Together with the future corresponding supervisor (see art.11) the candidate requests permission from the doctoral committee of the faculty to which the corresponding supervisor is affiliated to enrol as a PhD researcher. The candidate must meet the following requirements:
- Either (1) the candidate must hold a Flemish Master’s degree relevant to the doctoral research or an equivalent higher education degree, and also have obtained at least a distinction or have distinguished him/herself with high-quality scientific publications or design-oriented achievements,
- Or (2) the candidate must have passed the predoctoral exam with the degree of distinction (see art. 7).
The candidate must also have sufficiently mastered the language of the discipline in order to be able to participate actively in the research.
Living costs for Leuven
The living costs include the total expenses per month, covering accommodation, public transportation, utilities (electricity, internet), books and groceries.
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