Master's Programme Physics (066 876)

The curriculum is available here (in English).

The minor change of the curriculum can be found here (in German).

The teaching language is english. 

If you have any questions about the Master's Programme Physics, please contact Assoz. Prof. Dr. Paul Winkler, Privatdoz.



Admission to a master's degree programme is granted centrally by the Admission Office of the University of Vienna. You can find information on the admission requirements in the curriculum (in English) and in the Master Access Guide.

Do you have any questions regarding the admission procedure? You can find detailed information about your steps in the admission procedure on the website Studying at the University of Vienna. Please take note of the application and admission periods. Our advice: Submit your application for admission to a degree programme at the beginning of the application period.


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The graduates of the Master's program in Physics at the University of Vienna are able to observe complex phenomena in nature and technology experimentally and to describe them theoretically-mathematically or to simulate and model them computer-aided.  They have advanced knowledge and master the modern research methods of their field.  Due to their well-founded scientific education as well as their ability to think analytically trained in research practice, graduates are able to work independently and methodically and to develop problem-solving competence in various fields.  The job profile of physicists is accordingly broad and includes activities at universities and non-university research institutions, in industry (research and development, management), in the health sector, in the public sector and in service companies (banks, insurance companies, management consultancy). In their professional activities, the graduates also benefit from the knowledge of English practised in research.


Master Class Mathematical Physics

Within the master studies Physics, the Master Class Mathematical Physics offers courses in the intersection between Mathematics and Physics.