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Optics in Science and Technology

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24 months
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Type of institution
Research University

Program description

Optics in Science and Technology is a unique European Master's Course providing a comprehensive and multidisciplinary coverage of the field of Optics, from upstream scientific aspects to engineering and applications.

Offered by six top-level academic partners in five countries, it receives financial support from the European Commission and is supported by major industries such as Alcatel-Lucent, Philips, Saint-Gobain, Thales, Zeiss or ASML.

Students enrolled in the two-year programme will study in two different countries of their choice, spending one year in each and offering the opportunity to acquire 60 European Credit Transfer System units (ECTS) per year. Students are trained for technical or scientific positions in academic or industrial environment specialised in optics or using optics. PhD studies are a natural extension of the Course.

Mobility scheme: each student spends the first year at one of the five sites and the second year at one of the other four sites. 

The language of instruction is English. Students are offered the possibility to learn the local language as part of the programme.

Courses are taught by research staff members. The student population is multinational with a professor/student ratio of about 2.

The partners in MSc OpSciTech are:

  • Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands
  • Friedrich Schiller University Jena, Germany
  • Imperial College London, The United Kingdom
  • Université Paris-Sud 11 and Institut d´Optique Graduate School*, Paris, France
  • Warsaw University of Technology, Poland

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