Physics and Technology of Nanostructures

Place of Study: Russia
Outcome (diploma or credits): Master of Science (ITMO University)
Duration: 2 years, 120 credits
Language: English
Application Deadline: 09 August 2021
Admission Requirements: Bachelor degree in physics, engineering or relevant field with excellent/good grades; CV & motivation letter; the upper-intermediate level of English*
Tuition Fee: 297,000 rubles per year for Russian students; 317,000 rubles per year for international students

Would you like to build an exciting career in the rapidly growing field of nanotechnology and nanophotonics?  Do you want to work hand in hand with the world's leading scientists and gain hands-on research in this area? Then our Master's program is for you!

The science-oriented program Physics and Technology of Nanostructures focuses on:

Career Options

The program graduates are highly qualified professionals pursuing their future careers in nanotechnology, advanced materials science, and photonics as researchers and developers in the high-tech companies: CeramOptec, Zeiss, Sartorius, Tikkurila, Gazprom, Crocus Nano Electronics. Graduates gain the expertise essential for PhD studies both in Russia and abroad and get positions in leading universities and research centers.

Benefits of the Program

Content of the Program

1st semester

2nd semester

3rd semester

4th semester

The applicants are required to pass an entrance examination successfully. Please be informed that the double-degree option will be available only to the most successful students on a competitive basis.

The list of entrance examination questions

How to apply?

To apply, please fill in the application form and follow our step-by-step application guide for more details.

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