This two-year Master’s program taught in English provides rigorous training for high-quality researchers and inventors of new materials and technologies, who specialize in the field of mechanical engineering, aerospace industry, non-ferrous physical metallurgy. Wide application of modern educational equipment and techniques (training simulators, special software etc.) will be used during education.
Research work under supervision of senior staff includes theoretical and experimental studies, publications in scientific journal, presentations at conferences for young scientists and at special seminars. Main directions of research work are: advanced aluminum alloys, superplasticity of metallic materials, modeling and simulation in physical metallurgy, new non-ferrous metal matrix composites, biocompatible materials and shape memory alloys, elastic and anelastic behavior of metallic materials.
The scientific work provides student the following skills: to implement innovational techniques of necessary alloys properties achievement, to model and analyze structure and properties formation of the metallic details during production and application, to operate with modern equipment for mechanical and physical testing of metallic materials, to prepare the specimens of commercial and new metallic materials for analysis theirs structure and properties, to analyse the experimental results using equipment software and special computer programs.
Here’s what our alumni saying:
My stay in MISiS was a really beneficial experience for me, in terms of education, and learning Russian language was a nice achievement, I really want to go back one day to Russia (for work or private life) in order to keep practicing my Russian language and improve it.
The English master program is an excellent initiative to open the doors for international students.
[AMME] was amazing and i’m proud to be a part of the pioneering class. To excel in this program, one must be willing to do a lot of reading, ask all the questions, sacrifice some sleep, to cut long matters short, work even harder especially when you know there is always a semester project waiting for you while your scientific research also stares at you.
I totally enjoyed my time at MISIS. University has every facility for research, study and also the environment of study is attractive and appealing to behold.
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To be admitted as a regular graduate student to a two-year Master’s program at MISIS, an applicant must have earned a bachelor’s degree or its equivalent.
Applicants must follow the general procedure outlined on the web-site. The deadline to submit an application for fall 2017 will be anounced here later.
A limited number of scholarship grants are usually provided. The deadline to apply for a scholarship will also be announced later.
Admission is open to both Russian and international students and includes an individual online interview with Dr. Alexey Solonin (Program Director). Please see the Entrance Examination Content (3.9 МБ)
Here are a few benefits the present program can bring. Upon completion of the course, students will be able to:
- evelop new materials and technologies;
- build models of structure and properties evolution during treatment of alloys and use the models for prediction and calculation of properties;
- use multicomponent phase diagrams for optimization of alloy composition and heat treatment;
- detect causes of the production defects and breaking of the metallic constructions during operation;
- work with literature and patents for obtaining of the patentability and technical level of the product;
- research in the field of the physical metallurgy;
- solve the theoretical and applied problems of the physical metallurgy using system approach;
- choose methods and tests for estimation of alloys physical, mechanical, operational properties and structure;
- use data bases, computer programs, and CAD/CAM software for the materials production problems solving;
- create technical documentation, scientific reports concluding the results of the investigation.
To graduate from the program, you must successfully complete 120 credit hours, including 63 credits from required and elective courses, 36 credits from research activities, 15 credits from the internship, and 6 credits from the final examination and the thesis defense. Students will be enrolled for 30 credits per term. For a semester-by-semester breakdown of the course plan and course descriptions, please see the full curriculum: 2014⇗, 2015⇗.
Upon completion of the degree requirements, the graduate will receive a Russian State diploma and a European Diploma Supplement.
You are expected to take three elective courses.
- Modern Equipment and Techniques for Investigation of Structure and Properties of Metallic Alloys
- Diffusion in Solids
- Advanced Technologies of the Metallic Materials Production
- Thermal and Thermo-Mechanical Treatment of Special Steels and Alloys
- Metal Matrix Composites
- Corrosion and Protection of the Metallic Materials
- Development of Metallic Materials (Part 2)
- Thermodynamics and Kinetics in Materials Science
Degree Requirements at a Glance
You must take the common and required courses, and choose several elective courses.
|Degree Requirements||Credits ECTS|
|Thesis defence and the final examination||9|
For support in registration, accommodation or any questions about the admission, please contact the International Master’s Programs Admissions Office:
|119049, Russia, Moscow, Leninsky Prospect, 6, office G-366|
|007 499 230 27 97|
For detailed information on the education program, please contact the program’s education studies advisor, Dr. Alexey Solonin:
|119049, Russia, Moscow, Leninsky Prospect, 4, office K-300|
|007 495 955 01 34|