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Materials Science and Engineering – M.Sc – TU Munich

by | Masters Of Science, TU Munich

Materials Science and Engineering – M.Sc – TU Munich

by | Nov 28, 2023 | Masters Of Science, TU Munich

materials science and engineering
materials science and engineering


The Munich School of Engineering, part of the Technical University of Munich in Germany, offers a Master of Science (M.Sc.) degree in Materials Science and Engineering. This program, conducted in both German and English, spans a duration of two years and is designed for students at the Master’s level.

The newly introduced master’s degree program in Materials Science and Engineering is designed to meet the growing demand for experts who have exceptional, interdisciplinary training in the fields of materials science and engineering.


Course Details

University Technical University of Munich
Degree M.Sc. in Materials Science and Engineering
Subjects Materials Science, Applied Engineering, Electrical Engineering
ECTS Credits 120
Language of Instruction English & German
Application Deadlines Winter Semester: 31 May
Duration 2 Years (Starting: Winter Semester)
Tuition Fees Free
Study Mode On Campus
Qualification Requirements Bachelor’s degree in engineering science, civil engineering, mechanical engineering, electrical and computer engineering or comparable study programs
GRE/GMAT Requirements GRE required for applicants from Bangladesh, China, India, Iran, or Pakistan; GMAT (score higher than 600) optional for others
Language Requirements English: IELTS min 6.5, TOEFL iBT min 88, Cambridge C1 Advanced/C2 Proficiency; German: DSH min DSH 2, Goethe-Zertifikat min B2, etc.
Application Procedure Directly at the University (incl. VPD from uni-assist)
Application Fee The initial application fee is €75, and for every subsequent application, the fee is €30 each.


Admission Documents

  1. Admission Application Form (to be uploaded and signed).
  2. Academic Transcript.
  3. Evidence of Proficiency in English.
  4. Updated and Detailed CV.
  5. Statement of Purpose.
  6. Written Essay.
  7. Analysis of Academic Curriculum.
  8. Course Syllabus (such as module details).
  9. Copy of Passport.
  10. Preliminary Documentation (VPD) for non-EU/EEA Educational Qualifications (applicable if undergraduate degree obtained outside the EU/EEA).


Career opportunities

  1. Research and Development: Roles in R&D departments of various industries like aerospace, automotive, electronics, and biomaterials, focusing on the development and testing of new materials.
  2. Materials Engineering in Manufacturing: Opportunities in manufacturing industries, working on the processing and fabrication of materials, quality control, and failure analysis.
  3. Semiconductor Industry: Positions in the semiconductor industry, contributing to the development and production of advanced materials for electronic and optoelectronic devices.
  4. Sustainability and Environmental Sector: Careers focusing on sustainable materials and green manufacturing processes, addressing environmental challenges in material production and usage.
  5. Academic and Industrial Research: The robust research skills gained from the program open doors to academic research positions or doctoral studies, as well as research roles in industrial settings.


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