In October 2022 new admission regulations were published. These regulations will be valid for all applications with the start of the winter semester 2023/24.
Process-oriented materials research, M.Sc.
The ProMat course of studies
The ProMat course of studies includes much more than just attending lectures. Here you will find a short description and a graphical representation of the course of studies.
|Title:||Master of Science,|
|Length of study:||4 semesters,|
120 CP / ECTS
|Programme language:||German and English|
15th of January for the summer semester;
Since the winter semester 2018/2019, the University of Bremen is offering a new, interdisciplinary master's programme: ProMat is addressing students who aim to pursue a scientific career in the STEM fields.
more information in the flyer (in German)
see also our new poster (in German)
Information event for people interested in studying ProMat on 06 June 2023, 4 pm
Are you interested in studying ProMat?
Answers to all your questions about the interdisciplinary Master's programme ProMat will be provided at the upcoming information event
Office hours and contact information
Due to the current situation, you can contact us only by e-mail / telephone.
Process-oriented materials research, ProMat
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Lucio Colombi Ciacchi
Dr. Enis Bicer
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Dr. Hanna Lührs