Applicants must hold one the following degrees:
a) An official degree awarded by a Spanish university.
b) An already accredited higher education degree from a foreign university.
c) An official university degree awarded by a higher education institution within the European Higher Education Area (EHEA).
d) An official degree from non-EHEA educational systems. In this case, access to postgraduate studies would only be gained if a favourable decision is made by the Chancellor of the University of Valencia.
Students who meet these requirements, can be admitted to the master according to the following specific entrance requirements and assessment of the merits criteria:
- Specific Admission Requirements: having a degree on technical or experimental training related with the Master´s topics: Chemistry, Physics, Biochemistry, Biotechnology, Pharmacy, Medicine, Chemical Engineering, Electronic Engineering, or related knowledge areas. Foreign students must be in possession of an official title homologous to any of the previous degrees, or demonstrate an equivalent level to the Spanish titles given above.
Assessment of merit criteria:
- Curriculum Vitae
- Motivation letter
- English Knowledge
The responsible body for the admission of students is the Academic Coordinating Commission (CEC) of each participating university, taking into account the eligibility criteria approved by the Joint Academic Committee. This committee is composed by one representative of each participating university.
The objective of this Master is to prepare students in the Nanoscience and Nanotechnology fields in order to be able to carry out a professional career in this area or a research activity leading to a doctoral thesis. This Master encompasses several disciplines: chemistry, physics, engineering, materials science, biochemistry, pharmacy and medicine.
Module 1. Master’s Introduction. Mandatory.
Module 2. Basic. Mandatory.
Module 3. Advanced. Mandatory.
Module 4. Compulsory.
Introduction to the Master’s Degree in Molecular Nanoscience and Nanotechnology: Basic Concepts
Fundamentals of Nanoscience
Physical characterization techniques
Physical Nanofabrication techniques
Supramolecular Chemistry Basics
Molecular nanomaterials: preparation methods, properties and applications
Use of supramolecular chemistry for the preparation of nanostructures and nanomaterials
Nanomagnetism and Molecular
Current Issues in Molecular Nanoscience and Nanotechnology
Final Master’s Thesis
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