120 ECTS Full-time mode
Tuition fee is 380 000 rubles per year (relevant for 2023/24 academic year).
Minimal entrance score is 40 points.
This program prepares engineers that will be able to solve global green energy challenges such as demand for alternative energy resources, materials with new properties and portable energy resources.
The key advantages of the program
The focused scientific track
For each student, we form a scientific and educational track based on his research interests, which allows him to concentrate on scientific work and deepen the required knowledge in particular disciplines.
Effective research supervision
Research work under the supervision of senior staff includes theoretical and experimental studies, publications in scientific journals, presentations and conferences for young scientists. Thus, supervisors encourage students to work and plan independently, give support and guidance, providing continuous motivation throughout the program. Students can also choose the supervisor based on their research topic and professional experience.
Students work in teams for industrial projects and collaborate with scientists and students from other universities. In terms of scientific work, students have direct access to the latest advances in the development of alloys and use modern scientific equipment and specialized software during their research.
Publications in the first-quartile journals
Students actively publish their research papers, as well as co-authored articles in scientific journals with a high impact factor. We invite leading scientists as reviewers, and we also help students to increase the Hirsch index.
Throughout the program, students participate in research projects for industrial companies. The alumni pursue successful careers in nuclear, aerospace, and automotive industries, new materials research in Russia, Europe, USA, China and other countries.
courses in the fields of Materials Science, solar cell: photovoltaics, solar sell technology, nanomaterials, etc.
Research work can be focused in one of the following topics:
- Anti-Glare Coatings Based on Gradient-Porous Structures
- Porous Silicon Photoelectrodes for Hydrogen Production Through Photoelectrochemical Process
- Method of Increasing Radiation Hardening on Solar Cells Materials
- Behavior of Silicon Solar Cells Sputtered with Silica Nanoparticles
Fundamental training via core and required courses:
- Foreign Language (English / Russian)
- Modern methods of Structural Characterisation of Micro- and Nanosystems
- Technology and Materials of Quantum Electronics
- Management of Quality
- Project Management
- Photovoltaic Materials, pt.1
- Fundamentals of Photovoltaics
- Photovoltaic Materials, pt.2
- Solar Cell Quality Control
PhD, Deputy head of the Department of Materials Science, Semiconductors and Dielectrics
Majors: Spectroscopic analysis, Materials Science of semiconductors and dielectrics
Supervision Plan: 1-2 students per year
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Majors: Semiconductor materials and structures, silicon solar cells and modules technologies, solar energy applications and solar PV installation
Supervision Plan: 1-2 students per year
When do you start accepting new applications?
We start considering new applications for the next admission year in October. First interviews initiate in February and are conducted on a weekly basis till the end of July.
What documents are required to apply?
You are requested to submit the following admission documents:
- A scanned copy of the passport biographical page with the Notarized translation into Russian language;
- A scanned copy of the Bachelor diploma and Transcript with the notarized translation into Russian language;
- The Statement on standard medical form indicating no contraindications for studying in Russia, with note on results of HIV test with notarized translation into Russian language.
The Medical Certificate is expected to have the statements of the following medical specialists: therapist, surgeon, neurologist, otorhinolaryngologist, ophthalmologist, as well as the results of RW blood test and ECG.
To register for the interview it is enough to submit the originals of your passport bio-page and your Diploma with transcript as well as your motivation letter and CV in English.
What is the entrance exam?
The entrance exam is organized online in the form of interview. You will be expected to answer several questions related to the subject area. To get prepared use examination content at the top of the page.
What is minimum admission score?
To get enrolled a candidate has to score at list 40 points during the interview.
What is the application deadline?
New applications are accepted till August 8. Keep in mind that this is also the deadline to submit the complete admission documents pack with notarized translations.
How can I apply?
You need to fill out the application form via “Apply now” button.
How can I get scholarship?
Scholarships are available via Russian Governmental Scholarship program. Visit future-in-russia.com for more information. You can also take part in the International Competition ‘Open Doors: Russian Scholarship Project’ for prospective Master’s students.
How much does this program cost?
Tuition fee is 310 200 rubles per year (relevant for 2022/23 academic year).