Experimental Physics Course Guide
The course MH201 - Science with Experimental Physics has the same structure as other courses provided by the Faculty of Science at Maynooth University. The table gives an outline of the course structure over the 4 years. Depending on whether you take one or two subjects in 4th year, you will obtain a Single-Honours B.Sc degree in Experimental Physics or a Double Honours B.Sc. Degree in Experimental Physics with another subject.
More information about MH201 Science in each of the four years can be found here.
Why Study at Maynooth University ?
Staff are highly experienced in various areas of experimental physics and astrophysics and are collaborating with research groups in universities abroad.
There is a high level of one-to-one interaction between lecturers and students, and an open-door policy exists to aid students with difficulties and help them achieve their goals.
Facilities are state-of-the-art, and postgraduate research opportunities exist in atmospheric physics, molecular collision physics, fluid dynamics, and astrophysics and cosmology.
Student Life at Maynooth
Newly-built student on-campus accommodation and recreational facilities provide apartments, ensuite bedrooms and internet access. The Accommodations office also provides a service whereby it will assist students in gaining accommodation in the Maynooth area.
Maynooth is essentially a university town, and as a result the student identity in the community is strong. Students from all over the country who have studied here remember their time at Maynooth as a very positive one, and many continue to live here after they graduate.
With rail links, Dublin bus services, Bus Eireann services, daily coach services to Cavan, Mullingar, Drogheda, Dundrum, Carlow and Birr, and weekend coach services around the country, Maynooth University is extremely accessible.