Postgraduate study in Photonics
What can you study in Photonics?
You will pursue advanced courses in Physics and Electrical Engineering and learn about the design and use of lasers, optical fibres, waveguides, microresonators, optoelectronic devices, optical communications, sensing, imaging and detection.
Areas of research open to exploration include:
- Advanced imaging technologies
- Optoelectronics and communications
- Photonic engineering
- Propagation of light in optical fibres
- Optical instrumentation and sensing
- Nonlinear optical devices
Structuring your postgraduate programme in Photonics
Bachelor of Science (Honours) (BSc(Hons)) in Photonics
- 15 points from:
- at least 15 points from:
- up to 45 points from 700 level courses in a related subject:
- 45 points:
Prior to applying for a BSc(Hons) in Photonics you are required to have completed
Explore the postgraduate courses you can take for a Photonics specialisation:
Where can postgraduate study in Photonics take you?
The field of photonics, also known as optoelectronics or electro–optics is having a significant impact on society. Many industries are finding that the equipment they service or develop contains optical or photonic components as well as traditional electronics, and there is a growing demand for people who understand this technology.
Jobs related to Photonics
- Application engineer
- Communications technician
- Photonics R&D specialist
- Fibre optic technician
- Optical assistant
- Telecommunications technician
Scholarships and awards
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Find out about the scholarships you may be eligible for, search available scholarships or begin an application by visiting Scholarships and awards.
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