Students can choose from four main areas of study: Biomaterials and Bioprocessing, Nanomaterials and Nanotechnology, Computational Materials Science and Process Simulation and Advanced Processes. The program includes lectures, tutorials and softskill seminars. It is a practical, research-intensive study program with practical work in the working groups of participating professors.
The combination of expertise in the field of materials and process technology ensures very good perspectives on the global job market. MAP graduates are sought-after specialists, especially in the modern professional environment of industrial research and development departments as well as in production and technical sales. They will find attractive career prospects in various industries, but also in companies that use corresponding products as semi-finished products or accessories. MAP graduates are also in demand for state research and project management as well as in independent consulting companies and in management.