Studying Master’s Programme in Materials Physics for Nano and Quantum Technology @Linköping in Sweden

Master's Programme in Materials Physics for Nano and Quantum Technology
252000SEK / year

Join this webinar to learn everything you need to know about this master’s programme that combines advanced materials science with the fast emerging field of quantum technology. This international master’s programme in Materials Physics for Nano and Quantum Technology, taught at Linköping University in Sweden, offers theoretical and experimental courses with applications in materials physics, as well as nano and quantum technology.

Our teachers are experienced experts and active researchers and studying Materials Physics for Nano and Quantum Technology at Linköping University is a perfect opportunity to take part in an international first class research environment. Our graduates will be prepared for a career in materials-related research and development within industry or academia.

The intended audience for this webinar are students with academic background in physics, materials science, electrical engineering or equivalent.

SEK 252000 - NB: Applies only to students from outside the EU, EEA and Switzerland.

1. About the programme

2. After the studies

3. Why Sweden/LiU

4. Life in Sweden and Linköping, on Campus

5. Tips

6. Study life, typical week

7. Study structure, work load

8. Projects and papers

  • Markus EkholmSenior lecturer
  • TBCStudent
· Bachelor's degree in physics, applied physics, materials science, electrical engineering or equivalent. The Bachelor's degree (equivalent to a Swedish Kandidatexamen) shall be from an internationally recognised university; · 20 ECTS credits passed in mathematics/applied mathematics and/or application of mathematics, including calculus in several variables, linear algebra and Fourier transforms; · 30 ECTS credits passed in fundamental physics, including mechanics, optics, modern physics, electromagnetism and thermodynamics · English corresponding to the level of English in Swedish upper secondary education (English 6/B). This is normally attested by means of an internationally recognised test.
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15 January 2021
August 2021