The M.Sc. program Quantum Engineering is a two-year program with the first year focusing on a lecture-, seminar- and lab-course program to deepen and widen the knowledge of students based on their experience from B.Sc.- level studies. In the second year, students are working on a topical project in quantum engineering integrated in a faculty research team under the supervision of a professor or senior scientist, leading to a master thesis. The program is compatible with the Bologna process of the European Higher Education Area. The students will take courses in experimental and theoretical physics, an advanced seminar and an advanced lab course. There is a wide selection of elective courses including many courses on current research topics. These are given by active researchers in the respective fields to help students prepare for their own research. In this program students are advised to contact potential supervisors of their master thesis early for advice on which lectures are best suited for preparing them for their thesis topic of choice.
|Degree Awarded||Master of Science|
|Standard Duration||2 years (4 Semesters), full time|
|Language of instruction||English. (Master's thesis has to be written in English.)|
|Application Deadline||15th July (for following WS)/ 15th January (for following SS)|
|Tuition fees per semester in EUR||None|
|Combined Master's degree / PhD program||No|
|Joint degree / double degree program||No|
|Start dates||Mid April/ Mid October|
Successful completion of this program opens a gateway to both an academic and an industry career. While many of our graduates find a PhD position within our department, others decide to pursue their academic career elsewhere. Recent graduates of our Master programs have gone on to do PhDs in Stanford, Berkeley, Oxford and Cambridge, for example, or joined major international companies in different sectors, such as engineering, energy, healthcare, automobiles, finance and air carriers. In addition to their high quality, our program is financially accessible, being entirely tuition free.