2nd Edition of the Master Programme in Nanochemistry and Nanomaterials - Dead line for applications 19 of April

University of Madeira and Centro de Química da Madeira, Madeira Island, Portugal, invite applicants with a Bachelor or a Master degree in Chemistry, Biochemistry, Biology, Life Sciences, Materials, Physics or related sciences/engineering courses to apply to the 2nd Edition of the Master Programme in Nanochemistry and Nanomaterials.

 

The candidates must have a strong motivation, resilience, excellent academic background and proficiency in spoken and written English. The selection process will be based on undergraduate study results, motivation, and a possible interview.

 

Deadline for applications: 19 of April (1st call - 17:00 hours: GMT.)

Tuition fees: €2500/Year in 10 installments (2013/2014). Tuition fees reductions for the best 10 applicants.

Download the brochure here: http://bit.ly/VTuceW

The Master programme will be taught in English and starts in September 2013 with full time attendance.

Applicants must provide the following documents:

-          Motivation letter in English;

-          Copy of the Taxpayer Identification Number(only for European applicants);   

-          Certified copy of qualifications (e.g. Copy of the diploma (submission deadline: 30 of April 6, for the candidates applying in the 1st Call), and a certified copy translated to English (non-Portuguese speakers only);

-          A transcript of the marks obtained during the bachelor’s program (in English);

-          Full curriculum vitae;

-          Two signed letters of recommendation;

-          Copy of passport or identification card.

APPLICATIONS AThttps://applications.uma.pt/?lang=EN starts at 4 of March and ends 19 of April, 17:00 hours: GMT.

VISA: To see the entry and residence conditions in Portugal visit: http://bit.ly/w2M93g

 

IMPORTANT INFORMATION:

1-      Students are expected to support their accommodation, living costs, obligatory insurance and travel costs themselves. The University of Madeira and the partner institutions have services for foreign students that can provide assistance in arranging accommodation, insurances and other living arrangements;

2-      A proof of your proficiency in written and spoken English, (e.g. TOEFL test certificate) is not needed but is highly recommended;

3-      Before you submit your application, please read through our admission criteria carefully to ensure you meet our requirements and submit all the required documents;

4-      Most students from countries outside the European Union are not eligible to apply for part-time work due to student visa regulations.

 

For further information please contact:

João Rodrigues (Director of the Master Programme in Nanochemistry and Nanomaterials).

e-mail: mnn@uma.pt

website: www.uma.pt/mnn

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