The Master's Degree Programme in Materials Engineering at Tampere University of Technology offers multidisciplinary and flexible study opportunities that meet high standards. The programme provides you with an internationally-oriented and innovative study and research environment and prepares you for a broad range of professional and academic career opportunities both in Finland and abroad. Completing the programme and the master's thesis usually takes 2 to 3 years. The programme is conducted entirely in English and leads to the degree of Master of Science in Technology. Students who successfully complete the programme are eligible to apply for admission to doctoral programmes.
Students graduating from the Degree Programme in Materials Engineering typically pursue careers in academia as scientists working towards their PhD degrees or make the transition to Finnish or international industries to work as experts. The Finnish industry offers a wide variety of career opportunities ranging from modern steel industry and the design and production of heavy machinery to the production and design of electronic components, such as mobile phones and semiconductor devices. A strong background in materials science combined with a suitable selection of minor subjects will help you to find the career you are most interested in.
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The Master's Degree Programme in Materials Engineering provides students with the ability to:
After completing the programme and achieving the defined learning outcomes, students will be eligible to pursue a PhD / doctoral degree and lifelong learning.
The programme is comprised of 120 credits. Courses are worth 90 credits and the remaining 30 credits are awarded for successfully completing the final project, i.e. a master's thesis. Each credit is equal to an average workload of 27 hours, including lectures, exercises, assingments, independent study and an examination.
Applicants must hold a three- or four-year Bachelor of Science degree from an internationally recognized university. The overall grade (CGPA) of the degree should be at least 70 % of the maximum marks. The field of the BSc degree must be one of the following:
International students should consider taking a Pre-Master to gain access to universities in Finland when:
No work experience is required.
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