Our Department offers graduate programs in both physics and astronomy leading to MSc and PhD degrees. We have a vibrant core faculty of 30 researchers covering the areas of astronomy, experimental condensed matter physics, theoretical condensed matter physics, medical physics, and planetary science.
If you are a potential student considering graduate study at Western, start with the Research Overview pages to get a good idea of the exciting research done in the department of Physics and Astronomy here at Western. On each research overview page, you will find quick links to the faculty in each area of research. Don't forget to also look at the various collaborative programs that you can combine with your graduate degrees.
Within this area you will find all the details as to the admission requirements and degree requirements as well as the financial support available to graduate students, and how to apply. Potential and current students can also find a complete graduate course catalogue for our Department as well as our current course offerings.