Master's Degree in Materials and Nanotechnology - University of Pisa, Italy
In the first year of this two-year degree from the University of Pisa, students will develop a standardized common knowledge of materials, followed by a second year of specialized courses - "Nanoscience and Nanotechnology", and "Advanced Materials".
Graduates of this course can go on to lead exciting careers in:
- Innovation and development of production
- Advanced design, planning and scheduling
- Management of complex systems
- The qualification and diagnosis of materials
- Processing of metallics, polymers, ceramics, glassy and composite materials for application in the chemical, mechanical, electrical, electronic, telecommunications, energy, construction, transport, biomedical and environmental sectors
To be eligible to apply for this program applicants must meet the following criteria:
- Hold a Bachelor of Science degree or an equivalent first-cycle degree awarded by a foreign university
- Admission exam (Enrolment onto the Master's programme is limited to 26 places)
- An adequate understanding of English (level B2 or equivalent)
Degree & diploma
Upon completion of this program, students will receive a Master's degree in Materials and Nanotechnology from University of Pisa.
Tuition & fees
University fees depend on the student's country of origin and can vary from €407 euros up to €2.340,00. Contact the university via the "request information" button to learn more about fees and payment options.
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