Add new perspectives to your expertise

Regardless of whether you work with research, engineering, finances or IT, you can benefit from continuing education in physics. Each course is designed to give you in-depth knowledge of the specific subject you want to learn more about. You can work with quantum technology that can be of great value to the green transition, health and cyber and information security as well as numerical calculation methods, data processing, statistics, machine learning and computer simulations of physical problems. You can also learn about the use of geophysics in climate science.

Be equipped to select, set up and do experiments

You can take courses that will improve your professional skills to teach physics, for example, in upper-secondary schools. Through demonstration experiments, project experiments and student exercises, you will get acquainted with a broad range of equipment for experiments and experiments that are used in upper-secondary schools or for demonstration experiments on higher education programmes.

Customised courses

Are you looking for a course on physics that matches the needs of your company or organisation?

Courses can be customised and organised to enhance your employees’ skills within a specific area of your interest and that matches your reality.


Course Level Start date Duration
Radioactive Isotopes and Ionizing Radiation
This course will provide the participants with the means to use radionuclides and ionizing radiation in a scientifically sound and safe manner as tools for biological and/or medical research or analysis. The course meets the authorization requirements of the Danish National Board of Health.
Master February 9 weeks
Applied Statistics: From Data to Results
This course will provide the students with an understanding of statistical methods and knowledge of data analysis, which enables them to analyse data from essentially ALL fields of science. The students should be capable of handling uncertainties, fitting data, applying hypothesis tests and extracting conclusions from data, and thus produce statistically sound scientific work.
Master November 9 weeks
Numerical Methods in Physics
The course is a hands-on introduction to the numerical and computational techniques used in modern physics. Focus will be on the application of numerical methods to example problems but will also touch upon the theoretical foundations of many of these methods. Part of UCPH International Summer Programme.
Bachelor July 4 weeks
Application of X-ray and Neutron Scattering in Biology, Chemistry and Physics
The overall goal of this course is to make students aware of the potential of the large-scale MAX-VI and ESS facilities within their own research. The students will, for example, be introduced by top experts to scattering methods, including diffraction, small angle scattering, imaging, and inelastic neutron scattering. Part of UCPH International Summer Programme.
Master July 3 weeks

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