Study Bioinspired Materials at the Adolphe Merkle Institute, an interdisciplinary center focused on fundamental and application-oriented research.

Master in Bioinspired Materials

Duration: 1 Hour

Are you looking for a Master degree to specialize in the field of chemistry and physics of soft matter?

The Adolphe Merkle Institute (AMI), an independent competence center at the University of Fribourg (Switzerland), provides a unique interdisciplinary curriculum in the domain of soft nanomaterials that brings together chemistry, physics, biology, materials science and engineering.

Besides our courses, this master also includes substantial hands-on work in our different research groups: BioNanomaterials, Polymer Chemistry and Materials, Soft Matter Physics, and Biophysics.
To join the program, you should have an excellent background in chemistry and/or physics, and possess good oral and written English skills. The admission procedure consists of three steps: (1) Verify with the University of Fribourg whether your degree is accepted; (2) Submit an application to us with your CV and a motivation letter; (3) A final Skype interview.

Swiss students: CHF 835; Non swiss students: CHF 985/semester
  • Studies at the University of Fribourg
  • How to apply for the AMI master?
  • Who can apply for the master? Admission requirements
  • Career perspectives
  • Life in Fribourg
  • Sofía Martín CabaMaster Program Coordinator
  • Jessica CaldwellCurrent student of the Master in soft Matter
28th February 2019 (VISA required), 30th April 2019 (no VISA needed)
The master begins on September 17