Studying physics at different levels allows to acquire a preparation which spans from a curiosity driven knowledge, aimed at theoretical and experimental studies of the laws of nature, to a more applied and technology driven knowledge, often characterized by multidisciplinary aspects.

Although physics is based on experimental evidences, it is characterized by an approach to the study of phenomena based on the intertwining of emphirical observations and mathematical language. This two-sided aspect, together with the manifold possible applications, allows a physicist to be extremely "flexible". This makes her/him perfect to work in a vast array of professional sectors where it is most required creativity and the ability to identify and to solve problems.

Physics studies are best suited to those students, who share passion towards this topic, interest towards mathematics and experiments, ingenuity and curiosity.