International Master in Materials Science and Engineering

General

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Program Description

The Master in Advanced Materials Science and Engineering - AMASE is an international Master's programme in Material Science and Engineering.

The programme is aimed at students in the field of Materials Science and Engineering and related fields, such as Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry or Physical Chemistry. Students study at two out of four universities and study in the local language.

Currently, the programme is not funded via Erasmus Mundus. If scholarships become available for 2021/2022, we will announce it on here and on our website.

Program Introduction

AMASE at a glance:

Study Programme

AMASE – Advanced Materials Science and Engineering

Degree

Double Degree, Master of Science (M.Sc.)

Duration

2 years / 4 Semesters (including 6 months work on the Master’s thesis)

Universities

UdS – Universität des Saarlandes/ Germany
LTU – Luleå tekniska universitet/ Sweden
UL – Université de Lorraine / France
UPC – Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya Barcelonatech /Spain

Languages of instruction

German, English, French, Spanish (at each university respectively)

Participation costs per semester

1.500 €/ EU students; 4.500 €/ non-EU students*

Mobility

You study at two universities of the Consortium.
1st + 2nd Semester: chosen Entrance University
3rd Semester: chosen Second University.
4th semester: Master’s thesis at Entrance or Second University.

Admission requirements

Bachelor of Science or similar degree with training in:
Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Physical Chemistry, basic knowledge of the structure and behaviour of materials

Scholarship

Erasmus+ (2nd year) / DFH funding (2nd year)

Entry requirements:

Attention: Further Erasmus Mundus funding for AMASE ended with intake 2019/2020. If scholarships become available for 2021/2022, we will announce it here and on our website.


Testimonials:

Maria from Colombia studied AMASE from 2015-2017. She was in Spain and France. She says:
Now I am a PhD student at University of Amsterdam. This job allows me to strengthen my skills as researcher within an industrial focus and that is something I find very valuable. The international experiences I got from AMASE had been of great use to help me adapting to this new country.

Mike from Canada studied from 2013-2015 in France and Germany, he says: If you have the will and drive to seize it, AMASE offers you the opportunity to seriously challenge and develop yourself in much more than academics. I recognized that chance and embraced it completely.

Last updated October 2019

About the School

The Joint European Master Programme Advanced Materials Science and Engineering (AMASE) is a full-time Master Programme

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