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Welcome to PhySoc! We are the University of St Andrews' Physics Society!

We have also started a podcast where we interview academics from the University about their lives outside of academica. Find out more here. You can also find us on iTunes, YouTube and may other podcasting platforms.

Not only are our events fun and a welcomed break from your studies they are also an excellent opportunity to network with other students, both undergraduates and postgraduates, building friendships that will last beyond St Andrews.

Be sure to click the sync to your calendar button on the events page for a simple way to stay up to date with all of our events. You can also stay up-to-date through our Facebook page.

If you would like to join PhySoc please click here or just come along to one of our events. We can't wait to meet you!

About PhySoc

PhySoc, the University of St Andrews Physics Society, was formed to promote the understanding and enjoyment of physics. We achieve this through our wide range of events and with the strong community of PhySoc members and also students and staff from the school of physics and astronomy.

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PhySoc is affiliated with the University of St Andrews Students' Association and runs with the support of the School of Physics and Astronomy. We are also affiliated with the Institute of Physics.

Institute of Physics

PhySoc recommends our members to join the Institute of Physics

Membership makes you part of a wider community of physicists and gives you a respected sign of professionalism and commitment to physics. Share your passion for physics with others and make use of their wide range of career related publications and events.

Membership is only £15 per year and includes access to their monthly flagship magazine, Physics World. You will also be able to book tickets for their student conferences and trips as well as save money on cinema tickets, books, NUS card and travel.

Physics at St Andrews

The University of St Andrews and the School of Physics and Astronomy are constantly ranked very highly in university league tables and the physics department produces world-leading research. The school's degree programmes offer students great flexibility in module choices and prepare them for the future. The university is also situated in the historic town of St Andrews.

For more information on what the school has to offer please visit their pages below: