Physics Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.)

Study Discipline: Science & Mathematics
Study Programme Details
City: Karlsruhe
Country: Germany
Admission Sessions: Autumn Session
Study Format: Full Time
Mode of Study: Fully on Site

Programme Type

Bachelor's degree


36 Months

Scholarship Available




About this Study Course

Embark on an exhilarating academic journey with our Physics Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.) program. Over a regular period of 3 years, immerse yourself in the captivating realms of classical and modern physics, paving the way for a rewarding career in the scientific domain. With a total of 180 credit points to achieve, tailored to accommodate individual pacing, the possibilities are boundless.


Step into a world where curiosity meets discovery, and theoretical concepts collide with practical applications. Our graduates emerge equipped with a profound understanding of experimental and theoretical physics, complemented by proficiency in mathematical tools and computer programming. Through a comprehensive curriculum spanning three distinct phases, students delve into classical and modern physics, accompanied by the exploration of interdisciplinary subjects such as mathematics, computer science, and economics. Engage in hands-on internships, hone your analytical skills, and culminate your academic journey with a compelling bachelor’s thesis. At KIT, we foster a culture of research-driven teaching, laying the foundation for specialization in diverse sub-fields during the subsequent Master’s degree studies.

Admission Requirements

  • General university entrance qualification (Abitur) or equivalent
  • Participation in a study orientation test or counseling
  • Language proficiency (German B1 level or equivalent)
  • Additional requirements for foreign nationals as per German regulations
  • Phase I: Classical Experimental and Classical Theoretical Physics, Higher Mathematics 1-3, Programming and Computer Algebra, Internship in Classical Physics
  • Phase II: Modern Experimental and Modern Theoretical Physics, non-physics elective subject, Internship in classical and modern physics, Computer use (choice)
  • Phase III: Modern Experimental and Modern Theoretical Physics (two elective areas each), Bachelor’s thesis (processing time: max. 6 months)

Tuition fee per semester:

  • International: 1500 EUR
  • Domestic: No tuition fee

Future Career Outcomes

Join the league of accomplished alumni who have carved out illustrious careers in academia, industry, and research. Our program equips graduates with the analytical acumen and problem-solving prowess essential for tackling complex challenges in the scientific landscape. Whether delving into research and development at leading universities or spearheading innovations in industrial settings, our alumni excel as catalysts for progress. With a knack for scientific inquiry and adeptness in communication, our graduates are poised to make meaningful contributions to the global scientific community.Physics

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