UAB

Official Master's Degree in Nanotechnology and Materials Science

Introduction

The master's degree in Nanotechnology and Materials Science enables its students to apply their knowledge in the fields of nanotechnology and materials science to the analysis, reformulation and generation of new applications and products. Students will also become familiar with the principal methods of preparation, synthesis and analysis of materials and nanomaterials. 

Those interested in enrolling in this master's degree can apply for one of the grants offered by the Catalunya-La Pedrera Foundation for graduates enrolling in master's degrees. A total of 5,000 Euros are offered as enrolment aids for this master's degree. To apply you must have an excellent student record, have a Spanish passport and enrol in the course full-time. For more information please contact the master's degree coordinator.

Ideal student profile

Given the variety of disciplines, the Master's degree is addressed to students with different profiles such as graduates in science (physics, chemists, geologists, biochemists or botechnicians) or engineering (electronics, industrial, chemical, materials, etc.) and others with a profile similar to the subjects offered in the programme. Your level of English must also be equivalent to Level B1 of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages.

Career options

Entrepreneurship in high-technology sectors
Research in public or private centres

Teaching timetable

Onsite classes for UAB official master's degrees usually take place in the afternoons, from 15.00 onwards, Monday to Friday. Depending on the semester, there may be classes every day or only some days of the week. As far as possible they are scheduled on two or three days a week

Official UAB

30 places (minimum 20 enrolments)
Classroom-based learning
Credits:
60 ECTS
Price: Please check with the academic management service of the teaching centre in which the master's degree is offered.
Place: Faculty of Science
Language: All classes are in English.
Collaborating institutions: Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona (Department of Physics, Department of Chemistry, Department of Geology and Department of Electronic Engineering)
Barcelona Institute of Materials Science (ICMAB-CSIC)
Catalan Institute of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology (ICN2)
Barcelona Institute of Microelectronics (IMB-CNM, CSIC)