Materials Science & Engineering is concerned with the development of materials that meet and exceed performance expectations for specific functions. It is also concerned with the manufacturing processes that convert basic materials into final engineered products and with the design of innovative new materials for the continuously evolving needs of society.
What you will learnThe MSc Programme in Materials Science & Engineering combines studies of the physical, chemical and mechanical properties of materials with the training in production techniques and the selection of appropriate materials for a wide range of applications. In the programme, you will gain an understanding of the behaviour of materials under different conditions and learn how to assess their suitability in products and industrial processes. You will study the design of new material properties at nano and micro levels to suit applications on a macro scale. The programme focuses in particular on the design of new materials, including, for example, self-healing materials.
Theoretical and appliedCovering subjects from atoms to applications and from design to disposal, the Materials Science & Engineering programme is well-suited to meet the expectations of students with a more theoretical background and those with backgrounds in applied science or engineering.
Tuition fee for the international students.)
European Economic Area tuition fee is applicable to the students from EU countries, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway and Switzerland.)
In the first year generic courses offer a firm grounding in Materials Science. The second year starts with one of four specialisations, chosen by the student, after which students undertake a literature study and an independent scientific investigation leading to a thesis.
Potential research subjects for the graduation project include: laser-plasma welding, computer simulation of friction adhesion, new nano-structured ultra-hard coatings, design of X-ray equipment for use on Mars, and hydrogen storage for energy applications.
International applicants from non-Dutch universities may be admitted if they possess a BSc degree in an appropriate scientific or engineering subject.
Upon entry, students are expected to be familiar with the essentials of:
Previous courses in materials science are desirable, but not essential, since the first semester is especially designed to offer each student a personalised programme to overcome possible knowledge gaps.
BSc degrees potentially suitable for entry into this MSc programme include:
Students holding one of the above degrees issued by a university of the IDEA League are automatically admitted. All other students are selected on an individual basis by the Board of Examiners.
No work experience is required.
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