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Posted: June 7, 2009

Master in Nanotechnology at the University of Twente

(Nanowerk News) Nanotechnology focuses on the design and creation of functional materials, structures, devices and systems by directly controlling matter at the nano-level, as well as the exploitation of novel phenomena and properties occurring at this level. In general, "nano-level" is defined as being smaller than 100 nanometres, depending on the physical and chemical characteristics of the particular system that undergoes quantitative and qualitative changes when the length scale boundary is crossed.
Nanotechnology research and development includes the controlled manipulation of nano-scale structures and their integration into larger material components, systems and architectures. Within these larger scale assemblies, the control and construction of their structure and components continue to be at the nano-level. In nanotechnology, it is essential to have direct control of matter whether between two nano-level objects or between a micro/macro-level object and a nano-level object.
Degree: Master in Nanotechnology (MSc)
Application and admission
A summary of the general requirements for admission to the University of Twente's masterís programs:
  • A relevant bachelorís degree (or equivalent qualification)* from a university or other accredited academic institution.
  • Sufficient mastery of the English language
  • Academic IELTS, overall band score of at least 6.0
  • TOEFL , internet based (TOEFL-iBT) of at least 80
  • Tuition Fees
    For EU students Ä1620 For Non-EU students Ä8600
    Language: English
    Start: February and September
    Source: University of Twente
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