Study content:

The German-language Master’s programme Materials Chemistry provides you with the skills to develop the brainstorming, synthesis, chracterisation and development processes of these efficient and ressource-saving high-tech materials on multiple levels. It therefore perfectly meets the growing demand of companies in the chemical industry for graduates with training in goal oriented bottom-up design and the synthesis of functional materials, including their computer-aided modelling and modern analytical characterisation methods. Augsburg’s facilities, lecture halls and laboratories are designed to meet state-of-the-art standards. Additionally, an extremely favourable supervision ratio (students per scientist) guarantees optimal development opportunities.




Career prospects:

  • chemical industry
  • materials research and development
  • product development
  • quality assurance
  • technical sales in industrial companies
  • automotive industry
  • aerospace
  • medicine
  • environmental protection
  • science and research
About the degree programme
Degree programme: Materials Chemistry
Official Designation: Materialchemie
Degree: Master of Science (M.Sc.)
Study mode: Full-time
Language of instruction: German
Start of studies: winter semester, summer semester
Standard study duration: 4 semester
Admission type: Open admission
Minimum German language skills: B 2
Please note: It is recommended to start the programme in the winter semester. Admission requirements according to § 4 of the exam regulations in the current consolidated edition. Introductory events take place closely before the start of the lecture period: https://www.uni-aug…. Start of the lecture period: https://www.uni-aug…
Application deadline for the summer semester: 15. January
Application deadline for the winter semester: 15. June

Contact the study advisory service

Lecturer, Senior research scientist
Chemical Physics and Materials Science

Contact the examinations office

Annemarie Leichtle
Degree Programmes: Materials Science and Engineering
Unit I/5: Examinations Office B