Master of Science in Materials Science and Engineering: University of Kiel
- Master of Science
- Master of Science in Materials Science and Engineering: University of Kiel, KielMat International, Dr. Oliver Riemenschneider, Technische Fakultaet, Christian-Albrechts-Universitaet zu Kiel, Kaiserstrasse 2,, D-24143, Kiel, Germany
- Material Technology
- Course Language(s)
- English, German
- Course Beginning
- 2 years
- App Deadline
- Submit Application To
KielMat International, Faculty of Engineering, University of Kiel, Kaiserstrasse 2, D 24143 Kiel
The course of study for a master in materials science and engineering is an independent course consisting of four terms. It is based on a standard course of materials science but can also be chosen by students of related subjects with bachelor- or diploma as well as students who graduated in i. e. physics, chemistry or electrical engineering. The varying entry qualifications are a result of the diversity of the subject and a rarity of special bachelor course of studies in the area of materials science corresponding to North American experience.
The new course of materials science in Kiel is directed towards functional (or operational) materials (Funktionsmaterialien) which have properties particularly suited for use in sensor technology, micro electronics, photo-voltaic technology or optics. Basic research, material development, analysis and process engineering are combined with topics such as economic viability and environmental issues to form a modern technical engineering course of study.
- a qualified three year (least) Bachelor of Science in materials science or
- a qualified three year (least) Bachelor of Science in a related science or
- a diploma in a related university or German Fachhochschule course of study. Entry also in advanced terms depending on standard of work
- proficiency in English (We accept TOEFL (Institution Code 8638), Cambridge Proficiency Certificate, or IELTS only.)
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