Advanced Materials Science and Engineering – AMASE
AMASE in detail
|Study Programme||AMASE – Advanced Materials Science and Engineering|
|Degree||Double Degree, Master of Science (M.Sc.)|
|Duration||2 years / 4 Semesters (including 6 months work on the Master’s thesis)|
|Universities||UdS – Universität des Saarlandes/ Germany|
LTU – Luleå tekniska universitet/ Sweden
UL – Université de Lorraine / France
UPC – Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya Barcelonatech /Spain
MUL – Montan Universität Leoben / Austria
UPD – Università degli Studi di Padova / Italy
|Languages of instruction||English (at LTU, MUL and UNIPD), German (at UdS), French (at UL), Spanish (at UPC) – You will study in two languages.|
|Participation costs per semester||1.500 €/ EU students; 4.500 €/ non-EU students*|
|Mobility||You study at two universities of the Consortium.|
1st + 2nd Semester: chosen Entrance University
3rd Semester: chosen Second University.
4th semester: Master’s thesis at Entrance or Second University.
|Admission requirements||Bachelor of Science or similar degree with training in:|
Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Physical Chemistry, basic knowledge of the structure and behaviour of materials
|Scholarship||Erasmus Mundus / Erasmus+ / DFH (German-French)|
The AMASE programme is suitable for both European and Non-European B.Sc. graduates in Material Sciences or Engineering.
The AMASE programme offers:
- A well organised multilingual and intercultural study experience.
- A study programme in close collaboration with the research activities of the six Consortium members.
- Teaching in advanced materials, giving students innovative new ideas for their future careers.
- Preparation of students for life-long learning in different cultures and education/work environments.
- Better networking possibilities for research and education within the EU and with third countries.
TEACHING AND RESEARCH
The combined teaching and research programmes of the six Consortium members offer:
- A far greater variety of competences in the field of materials science and engineering than could be provided by a single university.
- Valuable opportunities for specialisation.
- A broad spectrum of research possibilities, from fundamental to industry-related research.
- The integration of different university profiles into one single study programme.