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Five in a row: Nanoscience again among best university Master's degree programmes

02 March 2017

The Master’s degree in Nanoscience of the University of Groningen is again among the best university Master’s degree programmes in The Netherlands, according to the new Keuzegids Masters 2017 [Higher Education Guide 2017 – Master’s programmes]. Nanoscience was awarded the label top programme already in 2013, 2014, 2015 and 2016.

Top Master Nanoscience Top Rated Programme 2017
Top Master Nanoscience Top Rated Programme 2017

The programme was setup to foster and train new generations of materials researchers through an interdisciplinary programme. The students are trained by experiencing top-research in a multidisciplinary environment encompassing physics, chemistry and molecular biology. The programme is organized by the Zernike Institute National Research Centre, the Materials Research Programme of the Zernike Institute, Stratingh Institute and GBB.

Official University press release on 'top programmes' in the 2017 Higher Education Guide Masters

More information on the Top Master Programme Nanoscience from the Zernike Institute

The staff of the Zernike Institute National Research Centre organizing, coordinating and guiding the Top Master Nanoscience.

Last modified:02 March 2017 10.05 a.m.

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