|Study location||Lithuania, Kaunas|
|Nominal duration||2 years|
|Awards||M.Sc. (Master of Technological Sciences)|
|Tuition fee||€4,300 per year|
|Application fee||€100 one-time|
|Registration fee||€149.99 one-time
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Undergraduate diploma (or higher)
The entry qualification documents are accepted in any language
Applicants must upload education documents in original language, as well as translations into English.
Applications are NOT accepted from the following territories (based on citizenship): Bangladesh, Iraq, Pakistan, Yemen.
One of next variants, if you have no any of this certificates you can pass University or Baltic Center Exams:
MSc in Materials Science programme develops research skills, deep theoretical and experimental knowledge of material composition and improvement of their characteristics, knowledge of methodology and technique for technological measurements of materials, processing and analysis of experimental results, knowledge of application of high technologies (micro- and nanotechnologies) in materials science. The programme combines fundamental and engineering studies, and enables the graduates to create and apply functional materials and technologies of their production.
The Master + model offers either to masterpiece in the chosen discipline by choosing the Field Expert track or to strengthen the interdisciplinary skills by choosing the Interdisciplinary Expert track emphasising managerial skills or a choice of a different competence to compliment the chosen discipline and achieve a competitive advantage in one’s career.
Material properties and characterisations Functional materials – exquisite chapters
Applied optics and photonics
Polymer physics and mechanics
Physics of magnetic phenomena
Surface analysis methods
Processes in materials
Computational materials science
Mathematical theory of engineering experiment
Influence of radiation on material
Application of materials and technologies
Plasma and plasmochemical technologies
Surface engineering and nanotechnology
Physical principles of sensors
Science and research project skills
Research project 1
Research project 2
Research project 3
Final degree project
Surveys of the labour market emphasize that specialists with knowledge of high technologies, development and application of nanotechnologies and various materials, and practical skills, will dominate in the list of the most promising future specialities. According to the data of Research and Higher Education Monitoring and Analysis Centre (MOSTA), the graduates are marketable at the labour market and their remuneration is higher than average in the market.