Resources Engineering: University of Karlsruhe

Degree 
Master of Science
Address
Resources Engineering: University of Karlsruhe, Fachhochschule Jena, Prof. Dr. Bernd Ploss, Carl-Zeiss-Promenade 2, Jena, 7745, Germany
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Subject
Engineering
Course Language(s) 
English and German
Course Beginning 
October of even numbered years
Duration 
22 months; Semester 1-3: lecture courses; Semester 4 (4 months): Master's thesis and final colloquium
App Deadline 
For DAAD scholarships: August 31, at the German Embassy; September 30, at the DAAD and the Universität Karlsruhe (TH), Resources Engineering - Student Office; For other scholarships: Inquire at the student office of the Resources Engineering programme; For self-financing students: April 15, at the Universität Karlsruhe (TH), Resources Engineering - Student Office
Submit Application To 

Scientific Instrumentation, Department SciTec, University of Applied Sciences (FH) Jena, 07745 Jena, Germany

Telephone 
+49.3641.205.353
Fax 
+49.3641.205.351
E-mail 

scie...@fh-jena.de

Website 
http://www.scientific-instrumentation.de



Depending on the prerequisites of each individual student, the first semester includes postgraduate foundation modules on advanced topics of applied physics or precision engineering.

Beginning in semester two the students choose two areas of specialisation from four areas: Micro and Nanotechnology, Metrology and Analytics, Life Science Applications (biomedical equipment) and Instrument Design. Except for the modules in Life Science Applications, the language of instruction of the entire curriculum is English.
Semester four includes work on a Master's thesis, in which a research project or a high-tech development project is performed. The research work for the Master's thesis can be conducted in our university, in one of our partner universities, in a research centre or in a research department in industry. It is jointly supervised by the respective institution and our university.

The curriculum has a modular structure. Credit points are granted according to the European Credit Transfer System (ECTS) for every successfully finished module. This system facilitates the recognition of course modules studied at different universities.


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