Our world-leading research in physics and astrophysics helps us to better understand the physical world around us and informs the education of our students to ensure we produce highly employable graduates.
We seek to gain a deeper understanding of the world around us and to provide solutions to major challenges facing science and society. We work within a stimulating and dynamic research environment supported by high quality modern research facilities and internationally renowned research staff.
We provide a friendly, supportive learning environment for our students. We aim to give them a thorough grounding in the principles of physics and astronomy. We challenge them to solve practical problems and deepen their understanding of science so to convey the excitement and universal importance of the subject to society and the wider community.
Our students also value our teaching and facilities. In the 2022 National Student Survey, 100% of our Astronomy and 93% of our Physics graduates were satisfied overall with our degree courses. This independent student survey sees our students consistently expressing high levels of satisfaction.
We were awarded Juno Practitioner status by the Institute of Physics' Juno Assessment Panel in recognition of our equality and diversity practices.