A general master's in Physics:
one year at Ferrara one year at Paris-Saclay

Two degree

The University of Ferrara, founded in 1391, is one on the oldest universities in Europe and its departments are located in prestigious historical buildings throughout the city. Its identity is rooted in the historical and cultural tradition that welcomed and formed famous figures such as Copernico and Paracelso. In terms of its size, facilities, quality and quantity of education it is a point of excellence within Italy, which is also demonstrated by its excellent results in international rankings.
Université Paris-Saclay includes ten faculties, four Grandes Ecoles, the Institut des Hautes Etudes Scientifiques, two member-associated universities and 275 shared laboratories with the main national French research organisations. With 48,000 students, 8,100 academic-research staff and 8,500 technical and administrative staff, it provides a complete and varied programme of courses ranging from undergraduate degrees to Doctoral programmes, recognised for their quality thanks to the reputation and commitment of its teaching staff. Located in the south of Paris, on a vast site (from Paris to Orsay, including Évry and Versailles), Université Paris-Saclay benefits from a strategic geographical and socio-economic position that is strengthened by its international visibility (13th worldwide in the 2021 Shanghai Ranking). Université Paris-Saclay particularly stands out in mathematics and physics, as well as in biological and medical sciences, agriculture, engineering.