The Physics MSc course offers a comprehensive knowledge base, covering essential subject groups such as Modern Physics, Optics and Laser Physics, and Physics of Quantum Systems, along with Atomic and Molecular Physics. Building upon the foundational principles learned at the bachelor’s level, this program provides a deep dive into the key areas of Physics. Practical courses and seminars play a central role in equipping students with hands-on skills, outnumbering traditional lectures in the curriculum. This emphasis on active student participation aligns with our teaching philosophy. We foster student engagement through assignments, self-driven projects, and collaborative learning approaches. The subjects of Quantum Systems and Laser Physics are particularly relevant to the cutting-edge research areas at the Institute of Physics. The courses serve as a solid foundation for thesis work, enabling students to explore topics in Quantum-Optics, Quantum Informatics, Laser Physics, and Nonlinear Optics and Terahertz Physics. Additionally, students are well-prepared for further studies in a doctoral program. The program also offers a range of elective and optional courses, allowing students to delve deeper into subjects that align with their individual interests and career aspirations.