Nanoengineering for Green Chemistry and Advanced Materials

Partner University: ITMO University

Place of Study: Russia, St. Petersburg
Outcome (diploma or credits): Master of Science in Sustainable Chemical Technologies
Duration: 2 years (120 credits)
Language: English
Application Deadline: 15 July 2019
Admission Requirements: Bachelor degree in Chemistry, Chemical Engineering or related field with excellent/good grades, CV & motivation letter. Upper intermediate level of English language (B2 according to CEFR)*
Annual Tuition Fee: 219 000 Rub for Russian students, 239,000 Rub for international students.

Career Options: specialists working at the interface between chemistry and biology, undoubtedly, will be demanded at leading scientific institutions both in Russia and abroad in such areas as medical and pharmaceutical industry, biological, food and chemical enterprises at biotechnology and pharmaceutical companies and holdings.

The Program focuses on the modern aspects of nanotechnology for green chemistry and sustainability. Special emphasis is made on engineering of functional nanoarchitectures for catalysis as well as biomedical applications and photonics.

The program uniquely combines the state-of-the-art computational and practical aspects of material sciences and nanotechnology. It effectively bridges material sciences and information technologies, both strategic research areas of ITMO University.

Benefits of the Program

The Program

Content of the Program

1st Semester

2nd Semester

3rd Semester

4th Semester

*The applicants are required to pass entrance examination sucessfully.

The list of entrance examination questions


Polina Khapaeva

Program Coordinator, ITMO Biochemistry Cluster

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