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University of East Anglia UEA

  • UCAS points
  • 96 - 165

Physics BSc (Hons)

  • UCAS points

    128 - 153

  • UCAS code

    F300

University of Oxford

UCAS points

112 - 165

University League Table

1st

Physics & Astronomy League Table

1st

University of St Andrews

UCAS points

108 - 160

University League Table

4th

Physics & Astronomy League Table

3rd

Durham University

UCAS points

160 - 168

University League Table

6th

Physics & Astronomy League Table

4th

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Physics BSc (Hons)

160 - 168 UCAS points

Physics MPhys

160 - 168 UCAS points

Physics and Astronomy MPhys

160 - 168 UCAS points

Theoretical Physics MPhys

160 - 168 UCAS points

Loughborough University

UCAS points

96 - 136

University League Table

7th

Physics & Astronomy League Table

33rd

UCL (University College London)

UCAS points

144 - 168

University League Table

8th

Physics & Astronomy League Table

7th

University of Warwick

UCAS points

152

University League Table

9th

Physics & Astronomy League Table

8th

Lancaster University

UCAS points

136 - 144

University League Table

11th

Physics & Astronomy League Table

17th

Studying Physics

Search through undergraduate Physics degree courses to see what’s available from UK universities. Each page should give you an insight into what the course might be like, along with information on entry requirements, UCAS points and university league table performance.Physics spans areas from classical dynamics to quantum mechanics and relativity. During a degree course, you’ll gain skills that are useful in fields like music, electronics and lasers. The subject area can be combined as a dual honours degree with several other disciplines such as Mathematics, Chemistry, Philosophy, Astronomy, Business Studies and Computer Science.