Where to study nanosciences? - NanoQuestion of the week

We get more and more messages from all over the world with the same simple question: Where to study nanosciences in Europe, USA, Asia,...? We are looking for advice from our members. Based on your answers we will create a list which we will share inside the community. Thanks for your help.

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The University of Oxford offers a range of short courses and a Postgraduate Certificate in Nanotechnology. The Postgraduate Certificate has been developed for international students, mainly for people who need to fit study around work and so it is part-time and takes place online, with two days in Oxford, UK, at the end.

Our short courses are mostly aimed at postgraduate level. We offer a variety of online and face-to-face courses.

In July we also offer a Summer School which is open to all. The theme is different each year - this year, it's on Nanotechnologies in Medicine and Healthcare.

A list of the courses can be found on the following website: www.conted.ox.ac.uk/nano

You can study your nanoscience course in Asia (India) in Vels University, pallavaram, Chennai, Tamilnadu, India.

www.velsuniv.ac.in

That's a good one. It also lists companies and research institutes working in nano areas.

Maksym Plakhotnyuk said:

I guess we should have a nice google spreadsheet (read only) where we list the universities and the nano (and micro) postgrad programs they offer, along with tuition fees. We can expand this database with other columns such as cost of living, interesting links related to the university/program, etc.

You can share the course structure. The website says nothing about the course.

Somanathan Thirunavukkarasu said:

You can study your nanoscience course in Asia (India) in Vels University, pallavaram, Chennai, Tamilnadu, India.

www.velsuniv.ac.in

Europe or US 

Check UCL Vacancy for UK

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