Sustainable chemistry for energy technologies

The Master's Program in English Sustainable chemistry for energy technologies is aimed at training highly qualified specialists in the field of nano-engineering and is made for those who want to pursue a master's degree of world-class science in the Master's program. 

A special feature of the master's program is the use of an innovative interdisciplinary approach, namely, a unique combination of the latest information technologies and modern practical methods with the goal of developing innovative materials. The program is based on synergies between experiments and modeling in nanotechnology.

The SCAMT Master's course in English is focused on understanding molecular self-assembly processes and using these processes in the design of functional materials and is dedicated to solving problems arising at the boundary levels of materials research. The main areas of application of the planned approaches will be implemented in new biomedical materials, fuel cells, surfactants and gels, nanocrystals, coatings, and films.

The practical component of the master's degree in chemistry is accompanied by a number of theoretical courses from leading scientists specializing in the fields of catalysis, green chemistry, materials science, molecular modeling, sol-gel chemistry, and technology.

You can make a research project in one of the research groups or work on your own startup in the industrial laboratory. 

Place of Study: Russia, St. Petersburg
Outcome (diploma or credits): Master of Science in Sustainable Chemical Technologies
Duration: 2 years (120 credits)
Language: English
Admission Requirements: Bachelor's degree in Chemistry, Chemical Engineering or related field with excellent/good grades, CV & motivation letter. Upper-intermediate level of English language (B2 according to CEFR)*
Price: 242,000 rubles per year for Russian students; 262,000 rubles per year for international students