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  Chemistry and Physics of Materials International MSc

University of Salzburg    Department of Chemistry and Physics of Materials

Full time October, March MSc 3 semesters
Chemistry (6) Materials Science (24) Physics (29)

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Are you ready to take on the challenges of discovering and developing novel functional materials? Look no further than our Chemistry and Physics of Materials International MSc programme. This three-semester research-oriented programme will equip you with the knowledge and skills needed to tackle major societal issues in energy, medicine, ecology, construction, and transportation. With a focus on synthesis, characterization, and processing of functional materials, you'll gain a comprehensive understanding of their physical, chemical, and biological properties. Whether you have a background in Physics, Chemistry, Engineering, or Materials Science, this programme welcomes students from all over the world. Join us in the beautiful city of Salzburg and unlock your potential in the world of materials science. No tuition fees for EU students!

About the course

Our society is currently facing major challenges in the areas of energy, medicine, ecology, construction and transportation. For further advancements in these key areas, it has become crucial to discover and develop novel functional materials.

The International Master program Chemistry and Physics of Materials offered at the Department of Chemistry and Physics of Materials (CPM) prepares students for these important issues. It is opened to students from all countries and different scientific backgrounds and is taught in English.

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Entry Requirements

A B.Sc. degree in a field related or equivalent study at a certified post-high school educational institution in Austria or in a foreign country (Physics, Chemistry, Engineering, Materials Science etc.).


No tuition fees are required for students coming from the European Union. Third-country nationals are charged tuition fees of € 726.72 per semester. A small obligatory activity fee (currently € 18.70/semester) in support of the Austrian Student Union is collected from all students.

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