The essence of this field is the development and production of new materials, so get ready to take part in the assessment, analysis and testing of all conceivable substances, including their impact on the environment. For this research you will use a variety of the most advanced methods of measurement as well as modeling and prototyping computer systems featuring the latest in 3D printing technology.
How many unemployed material engineers does it take to change a light bulb?
None, because there are no unemployed material engineers.
What courses can you look forward to?
- Physical Chemistry
- Macromolecular Chemistry
- Basics of Biophysics
- Thermal Analysis of Materials
- Non-metallic Materials
- Structure and Characteristics of Solids
- Surface Properties and Modifications of Materials
- Applied Spectroscopy
Where can you expect to find a job after your studies?
- in research institutions
- in design institutions
- in materials processing
- in consumer products industry
- in the plastics processing industry
- in mechanical engineering
Mode of study: full-time