The Division of Physics & Applied Physics in collaboration with the Division of Mathematical Sciences.
Provides a rigorous and in-depth training in both physics and mathematics.
Curriculum equips students an understanding of physical world through mathematical rigour and insights. It covers topics at the interface of physics and mathematics, such as differential geometry and general relativity, topology and condensed matter physics, quantum field theory, and more.
Graduates are well-placed in careers requiring strong computational and problem-solving skills, or postgraduate degree in Physics, Mathematics, and related subjects.
Overseas Learning Trip to CERN, Switzerland: To discover the mysteries of the Universe and the work of the world’s biggest physics laboratory. A range of experiments at CERN investigates physics from cosmic rays to supersymmetry.
Research opportunities under the SPMS Odyssey Research Programme: Students will have the opportunity to work closely with a professor during the special terms to acquire research skills and new knowledge in a particular topic of interest beyond textbook and classroom. Academic mentoring: Students will be mentored by one Physics and one Mathematics faculty member who can provide guidance and support in academic issues related to the double major, advise on study, time management, and career options.