The Master of Nanotechnology and the Master of Science programs consist of advanced course-work and a research project supervised by a member of the academic staff.
The research project is an exciting opportunity and experience for most students. As well as continuing to acquire and understand existing knowledge, students are working at the coalface experiencing the joys and heartaches of discovering new scientific phenomena and exploring new theoretical explanations. Students also gain experience in designing experiments to test existing theories or new hypotheses. The wider scope that this gives to a student's view of science and problem solving is invaluable.
The 2018 Masters Information Booklet (PDF 4MB) is now available.
The 2018 Masters Application Form (PDF 304KB) is now available. Applications close 1 December 2017.