In areas such as nanotechnology and sustainable energy, there is a growing need for engineers who can combine solid scientific knowledge with extensive engineering skills. This programme will provide you with a solid knowledge and understanding of physics and nanotechnology, acquired from studies at two internationally acclaimed universities, in two great cities. You will gain a unique specialization focusing on your own interest within the mix of technology, theoretical physics and experimental techniques in modern physics.
The DTU-TUM 1:1 MSc programme in Physics and nanotechnology offers you a two year intensive exchange programme for students enrolled at either DTU or TUM. You will spend one year at TUM and one year at DTU and receive your Master’s degree from the university you are enrolled in.
The MSc programme in Physics and Nanotechnology is heavily based on research accomplishments at the two universities and brings together the best of the Physics programme at TUM and the Physics and Nanotechnology programme at DTU.
The applications include various topics, such as the development and characterization of nanostructured materials with tailor-made electrical, magnetic, optical, mechanical and chemical properties, manufacturing and integration of nano- and micro-components in systems design, medical and biological physcs, optical data processing and transfer, and the development of technologies for sourcing, storing, and converting sustainable energy.
In the course of the programme, you must carry out one or more small research projects as part of a research group either at TUM or at DTU.
After successful completion of the programme students will be awarded the Master of Science, and your diploma will have the logos of both universities and will be supplemented by a special insert which describes your participation in the DTU-TUM 1:1 master’s programme.
The main focus of the programme is themes such as:
- Biological and medical physics
- Energy Physics (including plasma physics and nanostructured materials for energy applications)
- Nano-scale materials physics
- Nanosystems Engineering
- Optics, Photonics and Light Science
- Quantum Engineering
Studying abroad jump-starts your career as employers are always looking for graduates with an international outlook and intercultural competencies. Upon graduation you are eligible to enter a PhD programme, but you are also qualitied for demanding positions in industry.
MSc graduates in Physics and Nanotechnology often find employment in the field of research and development in both major, well-established companies, and start-up businesses.
Advanced physics skills and the competencies acquired through the ‘Physics and Nanotechnology’ programme are applicable in a wide range of areas—for example in the energy sector as well as the software and consultancy industries. MSc graduates often find jobs that leave room for variation—where they can help plan their own work assignments, and which include some travelling.
Graduating the MSc programme with a high grade point average may qualify you for admission to PhD studies—either as an industrial PhD with concurrent employment in a company, or as a regular PhD student.
Admission and deadlines
1 December – for start in the fall semester
1 June – for start in the spring semester*
*Students who started at DTU on 1 September may send the application form by 10 September
The DTU-TUM Dual Degree programme is only open to students, who have been formally admitted to DTU’s regular MSc in Physics and Nanotechnology programme. Therefore, it is not possible to apply for admission directly to the dual degree program.
How to apply
1. Fill in the application form
2. Hand in the application form + supporting documents to DTU International Affairs Office
3. DTU International Affairs Office will register and forward the applications to the Programme coordinator
4. The Programme coordinator will consult their counterparts and select the most eligible students
5. The Programme coordinator will inform DTU International Affairs Office about their decision
6. DTU International Affairs Office will inform the students and issue Nomination Letters
• Motivated and dedicated students
• Above average GPA
• Strong English Language skills.
Pre-approval of courses
• Courses taken abroad must be approved by the DTU professor responsible for the individual 1:1 programme.
For DTU students a standard period of two consecutive semesters is taken at the host institution. This can either be in the first and the second semester (master’s thesis conducted at the home institution), or the third and fourth semester (master’s thesis conducted at the host institution):
• Period one: 1st + 2nd semester (master’s thesis conducted at the home institution)
• Period two: 3rd + 4th semester (master’s thesis conducted at the host institution)
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