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All TopMaster Nanoscience students of the 2013-2015 cohort graduated successfully

23 September 2015
The Top Top Master nanoscience students of the 2013-2015 Cohort after their graduation ceremony
The Top Top Master nanoscience students of the 2013-2015 Cohort after their graduation ceremony


On August 25th 2015 fourteen Topmaster Students in Nanoscience received their diploma. The Top Master programme is a highly interdisciplinary programme and the students experience top-research in a multidisciplinary environment.
All fourteen students, four female and ten male students, started their Degree programme in September 2013.
They all succeeded to finish the Topmaster programme in Nanoscience within two years.
Their (daily) supervisors overloaded them with compliments during the personal speeches on the graduation ceremony. It is also worth mentioning that thirteen of them will proceed on a PhD-position in the Zernike Institute National Research Centre, which is the Advanced Materials program of Zernike Institute, Stratingh Institute and GBB.
The last student probably will join soon.

Last modified:01 April 2016 12.15 p.m.

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