Master of Materials Engineering
Learn more about materials, their composition and their usage in advanced engineering applications!

Master of Materials Engineering

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Course description

This Masters course teaches you an in-depth understanding of selecting materials for use in advanced engineering applications. The course aims to convey detailed knowledge of the processing, composition, properties and usage of advanced material systems.

  • Explore the technologies used to manufacture advanced materials
  • Understand the relationship between composition and performance
  • How do these materials perform in hostile conditions

Understanding these aspects provides you with the essential skills, required when selecting and designing engineering materials. Graduates of a Master of Materials Engineering go on to work as engineers, materials scientists or advisors in industry and research development.

Entry requirements of a Master of Materials Engineering

Most universities require a degree in a subject related to Science, Engineering or Technology, in some cases -one year minimum of relevant practical experience. Therefore you should contact your university and find out about the exact entry requirements.

The duration of a Masters degree in Materials Engineering lasts one year of full-time study. The study is divided into different modules, such as advanced techniques for materials engineering, competitive materials technology, industrial processing of materials, engineering design and communication.

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The following universities offer a Master of Materials Engineering:

    study programmes     universities
comprehensive profile   Physics   comprehensive profile   University of Antwerp
comprehensive profile   Angewandte Kunststofftechnik (M.Eng.)     Hochschule Schmalkalden
  Materials Chemistry   comprehensive profile   University of Edinburgh
  Materials and Processes   comprehensive profile   University of Edinburgh
  Civil Engineering - Material and Structures in their Environment (C-ENG MSE)   comprehensive profile   Centrale Nantes (ECN)
  Polymer Science and Nanotechnology     Queen Mary University of London
  Dental Materials     Queen Mary University of London
  Concrete Structures     Imperial College London
  Ceramic Design     Staffordshire University
  Composites: the Science, Technology and Engineering Application of Advanced Composites     Imperial College London
  Advanced Materials Engineering     University of Exeter
  Materials Design and Engineering     Newcastle University
  Advanced Materials Science     University College London
  Plastic Electronic Materials     Imperial College London
  Materials Research (MRes)     Queen Mary University of London
  Materials Engineering     Newcastle University
  Advanced Composites     University of Bristol
  Metallurgy and Materials     University of Birmingham
  Electrical Materials Science     Bangor University
  Theory and Simulation of Materials     Imperial College London
  Advanced Aerospace Materials Manufacturing     University of Sheffield
  Chemistry     Durham University
  Advanced Materials Science and Engineering     Imperial College London
  Materials     University of Oxford
  Materials Engineering     Swansea University
  Composites Manufacture (EngD)     University of Bristol
  Biomaterials     Queen Mary University of London
  Advanced Materials Manufacturing     University of Sheffield
  Molecular Modelling     University College London
  Advanced Engineering Materials     University of Manchester
  Polymer Engineering     Edinburgh Napier University
  Polymer Science and Engineering     Loughborough University
  Dental Materials Science     University of Sheffield
  Materials Science and Engineering     University of Leeds
  Engineering Design Innovation     Bournemouth University
  Nanotechnology and Microfabrication     Bangor University
  Physics of Materials     Loughborough University
  Molecular Modelling and Materials Science     University College London
  Bioengineering: Biomaterials and Biomechanics     University of Nottingham
  Engineering Materials (Advanced Mechanical Engineering Science)     University of Southampton
  ...     ...

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