In a world with global business integration, good English language skills and intercultural competences are essential assets. The job market for Materials Scientists is international. This is why our Master's programme is entirely taught in English. The programme focuses on functional materials such as materials for energy or electronic applications, on their synthesis, characterization, and simulation.
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The development of efficient and environmentally friendly materials, especially in view of the increasing scarcity of raw materials and the growing demand for renewable energies, is becoming increasingly important. Our master's degree programme prepares the students to tackle these challenges.
Our Master's curriculum is also brought in to several multidisciplinary, international double degree programmes. For this, we collaborate with universities all across Europe and in China. By providing a multicultural, manifold environment and a maximum of mobility during the course of studies our students are qualified to become highly-skilled professionals in research & development. They graduate at two institutions, simultaneously, with one Master's degree, each.
The FAME AIS Master programme boosts young professionals to become change agents in industry or research with deep knowledge in Functional Advanced Materials and Engineering. FAME+ is an Erasmus Mundus Joint Master Degree Programme, organised by high-level European Universities in the frame of Erasmus+.
Become a change agent for sustainable innovation! AMIS, the Master’s Programme in Advanced Materials for Innovation and Sustainability, is a programme of excellence that covers the whole value chain of raw materials by combining scientific knowledge with entrepreneurship, innovation and modern teaching methods.
Meeting the challenges of the 21st century! The AMIR Master programme was developed to answer a crucial problem that is facing all major developed economies of the modern world – how do we transition to a green, circular economy that emits less CO2? – One of the key challenges to answering this problem is the vital need to develop advanced processes for the recycling and reusing of highly valuable finite raw materials.
The Double Master Tongji – TU Darmstadt in Materials Science and Engineering is research-based and builds on the competencies and skills acquired throughout a Bachelor degree course in Materials Science and Engineering (Tongji) or Materials Science (TUDa). BSc. graduates possess demonstrable study skills, basic grounding in both mathematics and sciences as well as a sound knowledge of the fundamentals of materials science, as taught during the BSc. degree course at both institutions. This M.Sc. program aims to enrich skills in Materials Science and qualify students to pursue a scientific career in all relevant fields.