MSc Materials Science and Nanotechnology, 120 credits
The Materials Science and Nanotechnology (MSN) master's programme is a competitive education program that specialises students in the area of new materials. The big leap of advances in modern technologies and products in recent decades relies to a large extent on the development of materials science and technology.
The importance of advanced materials in today’s technology is best exemplified by the highly purified semiconductor crystals, which are the basis of the "electronic age". Future implementations and applications of materials in electronics and photonics involve nano-scaled physics, molecular electronics and non-linear optics etc.
- Programme description - Materials Science and Nanotechnology
- Career opportunities - Materials Science and Nanotechnology
Degree: Master of Science with a major in Applied Physics or Physics
Duration: Two years, 120 credits
Pace of study: Full-time
Application code: LIU-91115
Application period: mid-Oct - 15 Jan
Start date: August
For students presently in Swedish higher educational systems
Due to practical implications, you may not have reached the 150 credits required for applying before the deadline of the first application round on 15 January.
We therefore recommend you to submit your application during the second application round, 15 March – 15 April.
Please apply at www.antagning.se
Citizens from within the EU/EEA and Switzerland: No tuition fees
All others: SEK 140,000 (approx. USD 20,000/EUR 15,000) per academic year
Programme specific requirements
Applicants shall have:
- a bachelor's degree in physics, applied physics, materials science, electronics engineering or equivalent
- at least 20 ECTS credits mathematics/applied mathematics and/or application of mathematics relevant to the program including courses in calculus, linear algebra, vector calculus, Fourier transform and differential equations
- at least 20 ECTS credits in physics including courses in mechanics, wave physics, modern physics, electromagnetism, and thermal and statistical physics
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Last updated: 2016-02-12