This Master’s degree is sure to appeal to anyone with a scientific background who wants to know more about the multidisciplinary research field of nanotechnology. First of all, you will have the opportunity to learn more about the various areas within nanotechnology, before diving into a specific area of your choice. Not only that, but you will benefit from close collaboration with one of the world’s major nanotechnology research institutes, MESA+. Researchers from this leading institute will be your teachers and supervisors.
If you want to enrol in the Master’s in Nanotechnology at the University of Twente, you must have a Bachelor’s degree in Physics, Applied Physics, Chemical Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Advanced Technology or another relevant field of study. Please note that additional conditions may apply depending on your Bachelor’s degree.