2-year international postgraduate program, taught in English, starts every October, no tuition fees, requirements: Bachelor or equiv. degree in Chemistry, Mineralogy, Crystallography or Materials Science, English C1, application deadline: April 30, more info: www.geo.uni-bremen.de
...understand how geomaterials and crystals are built and obtain training in methods and instruments used to characterize and analyze the interior, surfaces and molecular structures of solid state materials. The skills and competences will allow you start a career in materials science.
At home in one of the largest geoscience departments in Germany, the master program is organized jointly with chemistry and production engineering and profits with tight links with research institutions on campus and the industry. This combination sets the program apart as a truly interdisciplinary and unique experience for its graduates.
Materials Sciences are one of six high-profile areas at the University of Bremen, a mid-sized university (~18,000 students) combining excellent research with commitment to teaching.
As a student in Materials Chemistry and Mineralogy you will benefit from access to cutting-edge scientific instrumentation and broad expertise on a range of materials such as ceramics, oxide nanoparticles, building materials, inorganic surfaces and porous materials. In our training, we follow the concept of closely linking theory with practice and promote the integration of postgraduate students into our research projects and expeditions.
“I really like my geomaterials studies at Bremen, because here I can fully specialize on mineralogy, in a very interdisciplinary frame and with lecturers from all areas of materials research."
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