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The programme is designed for people who want to pursue a career in scientific research. Such research takes place in universities, research institutions and large companies. Students who successfully complete the Top Master Programme in Nanoscience will, under typically conditions, be offered a PhD position within the Zernike Institute for Advanced Materials.

The programme is designed for people who want to pursue a career in scientific research at:

* universities
* research institutions
* almost all students who have succesfully completed the Topmaster Nanoscience have continued their career in a PhD posiiton at the Zernike Institute for Advanced Materials or elsewhere.

The programme is designed for people who want to pursue a career in scientific research. Such research takes place in universities, research institutions and large companies. Students who successfully complete the Top Master Programme in Nanoscience will, under typically conditions, be offered a PhD position within the Zernike Institute for Advanced Materials.

The programme is designed for people who want to pursue a career in scientific research at:

* universities
* research institutions
* almost all students who have succesfully completed the Topmaster Nanoscience have continued their career in a PhD posiiton at the Zernike Institute for Advanced Materials or elsewhere.

Potentiële beroepen

  • PhD research position
  • R&D positions at companies
  • Consulting
  • Large companies
  • Innovative start-up companies
  • Opleidingsvideo

    World-class Advanced Materials programme

    – Opleidingsvideo
  • Testimonial van Alina Veligura, Ukraine

    The lecturers treat you as colleagues rather than as students

    I decided to study Nanoscience because I believe nanoscience is a very challenging and 'hot' topic; it really is the future of physics. I was attracted by the integration of chemistry and physics in the programme. The design of the modules seemed very promising. Also, I had some friends in Holland already.

    The programme is very broad. It really gives you an overview of the relevant parts of chemistry and physics. On the other hand, I sometimes wish we had more time to go into even more depth. I guess that will have to wait until my PhD programme. Another strong point is that it really feels like a family. The lecturers treat you as colleagues rather than as students, and we students form a close-knit community. What also makes the programme attractive is that it is nice to have so many foreign lecturers in the programme, as role models. If I could do it all over again, I would definitely select nanoscience and come to Groningen again.

    Sluiten
    – Alina Veligura, Ukraine
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