|Our research-intensive department focuses on five areas of research: astrophysics, biological physics, condensed matter physics, optics, and quantum computing, with faculty members specializing in theoretical, experimental and computational tools.
Over the last decade, the department has grown to become a major powerhouse of research, housing 42 faculty members and approximately 230 graduate students, attracting the top research funding per faculty at the University. Browsing through faculty websites, you will find exciting new discoveries in both fundamental and applied aspects of physics, represented by publications in top international scholarly journals
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An Honours Bachelor's degree (or equivalent) in Science with at least a 75% standing.
|Application Notes :
|Graduate Record Examination (GRE) Physics subject test scores for all students who have completed their post-secondary education outside of Canada.
Supplementary information form
3References: 2 of which are normally from academic sources
English language proficiency (ELP) (if applicable)
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