En Sciences et Ingénierie - Filière Physique, Bachelor

  • Application Deadline
  • 36 months
    Duration
  • Tuition
    400
    Tuition (Semester)
    400
    Tuition (Semester)
  • English, French
    Language
University of Luxembourg ,
Since the academic year 2007/2008, the University of Luxembourg(Luxemburg) offers a complete Bachelor in Physics. The Bachelor En Sciences et Ingénierie - Filière Physique covers six semesters and fits perfectly into the framework of the Bologna process. Each successful semester is validated by 30 credits ECTS.
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  • Programme outline
  • Key facts
  • Admission requirements
  • Fees and funding

About

The mobility clause provided by the law on the establishment of the University of Luxembourg(Luxemburg) requires the student to continue the fifth semester at a foreign university.

The moving abroad is facilitated by ERASMUS agreements with partner universities.

The student may also register in a integrated study course in Physics (Cursus intégré Sarre-Lor-Lux en physique) organized by the University Henri Poincaré in Nancy, Saarland University in Saarbrücken and the University of Luxembourg (Luxemburg). This international study program, having the aim to combine a highly integrated scientific training to cultural and linguistic values, leads to diplomas at multiple seals

During the Bachelor En Sciences et Ingénierie - Filière Physique training, the student becomes familiar with many mathematical tools and acquires basic knowledge in key areas of physics, so that by the end of the cycle he has a wide view of the whole discipline. At the same time he will receive basics of chemistry and computer science.

The training aims to develop the scientific rigor, critical thinking, precision and imagination of the student. Generally speaking, knowledge is transmitted in the course of lectures. The tutorials and practical work, placed throughout the training, are designed to enable students to deepen their theoretical knowledge and gain essential experimental skills. The student freely chooses a number of courses. Their goal is to be able to extend his general culture, for example by improving his language skills.

Training can lead as well to research and teaching as an multiple careers in the industrial world.

The first half of the training is open to all students who have successfully completed their secondary school in Luxembourg or equivalent studies abroad. The admission in future semester is treated by file.

After passing the sixth semester successfully at the University of Luxembourg (Luxemburg) , the student who has accumulated 180 credits is awarded the academic degree of Bachelor of Science and Engineering - Physics Branch. This diploma allows either to integrate the world of work or to continue the studies with a Master.

Detailed Programme Facts

  • Full-time duration 36 months
  • Study intensity Full-time
  • Credits
    180 ECTS
  • Languages
    • Partially taught in English
    • Partially taught in French
  • Delivery mode
    On Campus

Programme Structure

Le chiffre à côté de chaque module est la somme des ECTS des cours obligatoires. Il s’agit du minimum d’ECTS requis par module. L'étudiant devra y additionner les ECTS des cours optionnels auxquels il s'inscrira.

Pour plus de renseignements, veuillez contacter le secrétariat de la formation

Semestre 1
Module 1.1
  • Physique expérimentale 1a et 1b : Mécanique newtonienne, oscillations et ondes (1a) TD (1b)
  • Méthodes Mathématiques de la Physique 1a et 1b : CM (1a) TD (1b)
Module 1.2
  • TP Physique 1
  • Chimie 1
Module 1.3
  • Analyse 1a et 1c
  • Algèbre linéaire et applications
Module 1.4
  • Astronomie (optional)
  • Anglais scientifique 1 (optional)
Semestre 2
Module 2.1
  • Physique expérimentale 2a, 2b et 2c: Electromagnétisme I , II et TD
  • Physique mathématique 1a et 1b: Mécanique (1a) et TD (1b)
Module 2.2
  • TP Physique 2
  • TP Chimie 1
Module 2.3
  • Analyse 2a et 2c
  • Géométrie analytique et Algèbre linéaire 2
Module 2.4
  • Programming for Physicists 1 (optional)
  • Anglais scientifique 2 (optional)
Semestre 3
Module 3.1
  • Physique expérimentale 3a et 3b: Physique moderne (3a) TD (3b)
  • Physique mathématique 2a et 2b : Electrodynamique (2a) TD (2b)
Module 3.2
  • TP Physique 3
  • Probabilités et Statistiques 1
Module 3.3
  • Analyse 3b
  • Méthodes mathématiques de la Physique 2a (CM) et 2b (TD)
Module 3.4
  • Astronomie (optional)
  • Programming for Physicsts 2 (optional)
  • Mathématique physique 2
  • Anglais scientifique 1 (optional)
  • Mathematical challenges at Bachelor access level (optional)
  • Probabilités et Statistiques 1
  • Français scientifique (optional)
  • Allemand scientifique (optional)
Semestre 4
Module 4.1
  • Physique expérimentale 4a et 4b: Optique (4a) et TD (4b)
  • Thermodynamique I et II (CM) III (TD)
  • Physique mathématique 3a et 3b: Mécanique quantique (3a) et TD (3b)
Module 4.2
  • TP Physique 4
  • TP Chimie 2
  • Analyse 4b et 4c
Module 4.3
  • Mathématique physique 4a (optional)
  • Programming for Physicists 1 (optional)
  • Probabilités et Statistiques 2 (optional)
  • Français scientifique 2 (optional)
  • Allemand scientifique 2 (optional)
  • Anglais scientifique 2 (optional)
Semestre 5
Module de compensation
  • Programming for Physicists 2 (BASI-187) (optional)
Module Option 5.4
  • Astronomie (optional)

TOTAL - 2 ECTS

Semestre 6

Module 6.1
  • Advanced Quantum Mechanics
  • Soft Matter Physics
Module 6.2
  • Seminar
  • Mémoire (travail de diplôme de bachelor)
Module Option
  • Logiciels mathématiques (optional)

TOTAL (mandatory course / (optional cours) - 30 ECTS

Mobility
The principle of mobility at the University of Luxembourg

The University of Luxembourg subscribes to the principle of international student mobility pursuant to the Bologna agreements (1999).

The Act of 12 August 2003 on the creation of the University of Luxembourg implements this principle in the following terms: “ A bachelor’s degree may be conferred only if a student enrolled in the University has attended, for a required period, another university or any other institution of higher education abroad.”

Mobility is a real winning asset for students. By living and studying abroad and coming into contact with another academic culture, students are inevitably put in a situation that enables them to question and assess their personal choices, ways of thinking and of approaching their studies.
Students who wish to study abroad must enrol and earn at least 30 ECTS credits.

The ECTS credits earned abroad are recognized by the course director on the basis of the previously signed learning agreement.

Exemption

An exemption is granted by the Dean on the recommendation of the Course director for students who:

  • Suffer from an illness requiring specific treatment and/or who have a disablement of such nature as to reduce their mobility considerably;
  • Have family obligations that prevent them from being away from the family home for an extended period ( Rectorate decision of 8 May 2006);
  • Come from a third, non-EEA state and can produce a secondary school leaver’s certificate from that state (Rectorate decision of 10 July 2007);
  • Present a proof of employment for the study period of at least 20 hours per week.

Students who have earned:

  • a diploma after at least 4 semesters of a university education abroad;
  • at least 25 ECTS credits (to be validated by the Course director) in a foreign university (these credits count for one semester)

are exempted from the mobility requirement.

Secondary school - or vocational education -- leaver´s certificate or foreign diploma recognised as equivalent by the Minister responsible for National Education.

Tuition Fee Per Semester

  • EUR 400 International
  • EUR 400 EU/EEA
  • 400 €/semester
    (semesters 1 & 2);
  • 200 €/semester
    (semesters 3 to 6)

Funding

Studies Grants
  • Bourse Erasmus
  • Grants under cultural agreements
  • Grant for non-European students
  • Grant and loan - Cedies (Ministry of Culture, Higher Education and Research)
  • Félix Chomé Foundation
  • Federal Education and Training Assistance Act (known by the German acronym BAFöG)
  • German Academic Exchange Service (known by the German acronym DAAD) grant
  • French-speaking Community grant Belgium
  • Regional Students Welfare Office (known by the French acronym CROUS) France

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