Study Abroad Webinar: Study a Master in Materials Science and Nanotechnology in Linköping University, Sweden

Wednesday - October 1, 2014

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. Nanotechnology is an emerging industry aiming to understand and exploit the science at nano levels. Deciding to pursue a Masters programme in Materials Science and Nanotechnology (MSN) will ensure a career within academia or industry in materials-related research and development.

The Masters in Materials Science and Nanotechnology emphazises the comprehension of scientific principles and the development of personal and professional skills in solving practical engineering problems. The studies begin with some mandatory courses, including nanotechnology, quantum mechanics, surface physics and physics of condensed matter, in order to provide students with a solid knowledge foundation for modern materials science and nanotechnology.


Linkoping3-621x486Study Abroad Webinar: Study a Master in Materials Science and Nanotechnology in Linköping University, Sweden

When: November 12th, 2014 at Amsterdam 13.30h / Johannesburg 14.30h / Singapore 20.30h

Who should attend: Students with a Bachelor’s degree in Physics, Applied Physics, Materials Science, or Electronic Engineering.

What: Find out more about a the Materials Science and Nanotechnology and the study and research environment at LiU.

Speakers: Meet Prof. Wei-Xin Ni, Director of the master program in materials science and nanotechnology (MSN), along with Ms. Therese Winder, Coordinator of the university marketing office. Also learn from a Lía Fernández del Río a previous MSN students about her experience in this amazing Masters programme. 

During this webinar you will learn: 

    • The program syllabus and curriculum to provide students not only a solid knowledge foundation of modern materials science, but also perspectives of the cutting-edge technologies through mandatory and elective course studies.
    • The development of technical skills and inter-personal skills through extensive lab training in various experimental courses, especially the in-depth CDIO type of project courses for creative thinking and problem solving. (CDIO is an initialism for Conceive – Design – Implement – Operate)
    • Study environment, Student life, and model of person-centered study for better communication to the society and personal design for future careers.
    • Register here: 
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