Registration for the MSc programs proceeds through one of the two participating universities. The programs differ slightly in their structure, but provide access to all courses and research groups at both universities.
Taking into account the research themes within Casimir and its focus on interdisciplinary physics we distinguish two main routes for MSc students.
Students interested in a MSc as a final degree should look at the regular MSc programs offered by Leiden or Delft (Programs 1 and 2).
Students interested in a MSc preparing for a possible PhD research-position at Delft or Leiden should look at Program 3, which is offered as a Special Track of the Programs 1 and 2.
The application deadline for the MSc. program 2013-2015 was 1 April 2013. However, in some cases, one can still apply until 15 June 2013. Please check this website to see which deadline is applicable to your situation.
1. MSc in Physics - a program offered by Leiden preparing for a general advanced physics level. Contact: aarts-at-physics.leidenuniv.nl
2. MSc in Applied Physics (engineering physics) - a program offered by Delft aimed at an advanced engineering physics level. Contact: j.m.thijssen-at-tudelft.nl
3. Casimir PrePhD track for master students Applied Physics (Delft) and Physics (Leiden). This track focuses on educating students especially for a PhD position at the two institutions or elsewhere and is designed to respond to the increased mobility of students after their BSc. It leads to a particular set of courses and research experience in more than one department. Contact: Sander Otte A.F.Otte@tudelft.nl (Delft) or Reijer Jochemsen Jochemsen@physics.leidenuniv.nl (Leiden). With options to specialize in (i) Theoretical Physics (ii) Experimental Physics (iii) Cosmology and Astroparticle Physics (iv) Physics Communication and Education and (v) Science Based Business.
 With options to specialize in (i) Nanoscience (ii) Imaging Science and Technology (iii) Radiation, Radionuclides & reactors (iv) Multiscale physics, with an additional possibility for specialization in Astronomy and Instrumentation (in collaboration with Leiden).