Chemistry of Nanomaterials (MA)Vilnius University
About this program
Chemistry of Nanomaterials (MA)
Nanomaterials are an increasingly important product of nanotechnologies. They are coming into use in healthcare, electronics, cosmetics and other areas. Materials with structure at the nanoscale often have unique optical, electronic, or mechanical properties. Physical and chemical properties of nanomaterials often differ from those of bulk materials, so graduates will gain in-depth knowledge on nanomaterials.
- Bachelor's degree or its equivalent in Physical Sciences (Chemistry), Life Sciences (Biochemistry),Technological Sciences (Chemical Engineering or Material Engineering)
- The competition score is composed of the grades in Analytical Chemistry, General Chemistry, Physical chemistry, Inorganic Chemistry, Organic Chemistry, Polymer Chemistry, Quantum Chemistry, Biochemistry, Chemistry of Colloids, Chemistry of Crystals and the Bachelor thesis paper
- English Language requirements: applicant has to present document providing the level not lower than B2(following the common European Framework of Reference Languages (CEFR), or TOEFL score75/IELTS score 6.
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- Nanomaterials and Nanostructures:
- Synthesis and Characterization
- Instrumental Methods in Nanotechnologies
- Organic Analysis in Materials Science
- Research Project I
- Materials Science and Functional Inorganic Materials
- Research Project II
- Kinetical and Electrochemical Methods of Analysis
- Research Project III
- Master Thesis
Scholarships & funding
Several scholarship options are available. Please check the university website for more information.
The tuition fee is 4916 EUR/year.
Credit points: 120 ECTS
Qualification awarded: Master in Physical Sciences
- to perform scientific research and to solve problems, connected with synthesis, analysis and application of nanomaterials, to work in interdisciplinary areas;
- to choose and apply appropriate instrumental methods for investigation of conventional and nanomaterials, interpret and evaluate results of investigation;
- to identify and predict the ways of solution of a problem, to solve problems of unfamiliar character, to summarize and critically evaluate scientific information and its reliability, to understand the responsibility for the decisions taken;
- has developed critical and analytical thinking and information technology skills applicable in many contexts.
A graduate can be employed in chemical laboratories, research institutions or commercial structures dealing with high technologies also he can choose doctoral studies in Chemistry or Biochemistry.
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