|Bachelor's degree program "NUCLEAR AND PARTICLE PHYSICS"|
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NUCLEAR AND PARTICLE PHYSICS IN ENGLISH LANGUAGE
FACULTY OF PHYSICS
BACHELOR'S DEGREE PROGRAM / AFTER COMPLETED SECONDARY EDUCATION /
NOW OPEN FOR BULGARIAN AND OTHER EUROPEAN UNION CITIZENS
The Nuclear and Particle Physics (NPP) bachelor's program provides a solid educational foundation in physics with special emphasis on subatomic physics and its applications. Prospective students will obtain a solid physics background and significant experience in the fields of fundamental and applied nuclear physics, particle physics, radiation dosimetry, radioecology, accelerators and their applications, and computational science. The NPP bachelor's program is especially designed to provide the students with high quality knowledge and skills at a level that allows them not only to continue their education in graduate programs in EU universities and elsewhere, but also to be employed in R&D and analytical departments in the industry, and in scientific and government research laboratories. The training methods are based on modern information technologies. Students are allowed and encouraged to perform scientific research at the departments of the Faculty of Physics from the beginning of their study.
The bachelor's degree program in Nuclear and Particle Physics is developed to foster theoretical knowledge and practical skills in the following fields:
Professional Competencies: At the end of their studies the NPP bachelors will be able to perform advanced and independent research in all of the aforementioned areas at the front of the contemporary scientific endeavor.
Duration of Studies: The duration of the program is 4 years (8 semesters).
Language: Teaching is conducted in English language.
English Language Competency: Internationally recognized certificate in English language - required level B1, B2 OR HIGHER (according to the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages)
NOTE: The admitted international students are required to take a course in Bulgarian language during the first 4 semesters of their study.
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