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QFFF MSc at imperial?

  1. Jul 24, 2014 #1
    Hi guys,
    I've got a few questions about the (QFFF) Quantum Fields and Fundamental Forces MSc at Imperial College.

    This is my background:
    - I study at Sapienza University of Rome and I just finished my 2nd year of the 3 year "laurea" (the only italian first level degree, equivalent to Bachelor's degree) with Physics. The department of physics is pretty good: according to world university ranking it is 1st in Italy and 8th in Europe.
    - I studied some advanced Theoretical Physics as a hobby during these 2 years.
    - I was selected for the excellence program for undergraduate students of my department. It consists in a set of 3 advanced individual programs, organized by the prof you want. I completed just the first one about tensorial algaebra, a little of general topology and differential geometry with integration on differential manifolds and bundles.
    - My grades at present are pretty good. I have an average score of 29.15/30, so I expect a final score of about 110/110.

    My questions:
    - How hard is the course to get into?
    - Is unrealistic to expect to be selected?
    - What can I do to maximize the probability of being selected during the next year?
    Last edited: Jul 24, 2014
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