Microelectronics (GIST-Singapur)Technische Universität München
S$ 30.000 - (19.833 €)
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Degree / FH Diploma An applicant must have completed at least a Bachelor Degree (Honors) or European/German FH Diploma or its equivalent in areas of Science/Electrical/Electronics Engineering from a university with recognized standing with at least a 2nd Class Honors or equivalent. English Language Skills:- As the Programme instruction medium is English, applicant must be able to demonstrate a satisfactory level of the language. Applicant whose native tongue or medium of instruction from previous studies (Bachelor / FH Diploma) is not English must submit at least one of the following...
Jointly run by Technische Universitaet Muenchen (TUM) and the Nanyang Technological University, Singapore (NTU), the Master of Science in Microelectronics is to educate the next generation of engineers in silicon wafer fabrication industries. Strong technical modules as well as essential non-technical topics such as product marketing, international management, patent law, culture and globalization are covered. The course is held in Singapore and administered by the German Institute of Science and Technology (GIST), Singapore.
The past few years have seen Singapore make rapid advances in areas of technology - especially the electronics industry. According to EDB, Singapore's achievements in this field include:10% global market share for semiconductor foundry wafer output; Home to the world's top 3 wafer foundry companies; Home to the world's top 3 sub-contract assembly-and-test companies; Home to 4 of the world's top 10 fabless IC design companies. These developments call for the creation of a talent pool that is prepared to take on leadership roles based on sound knowledge of theory and practice.
The Master of Science in Microelectronics is a highly specialized programme which is jointly offered by Nanyang Technological University (NTU) and Technische Universitaet Muenchen (TUM). It aims to educate next generation engineers to work in silicon wafer fabrication industries. The students will learn how to realize and fabricate Si transistors (i.e., the building block of ICs) and their integration circuit. Students will also be taught essential non-technical topics such as product marketing, international management, patent law and aspects of culture and globalization. This will be mainly done by freelancers from our industry partners. Upon successful completion of the programme students will be awarded a joint Masters degree from NTU and TUM.
Your Career Prospects
Graduates of the Microelectronics programme will mostly be employed by wafer fabrication factories across the world. They may also engage with related research institutions and pursue further studies - the joint NTU/TUM master degree opens the door for a Ph.D.
Both NTU and TUM educate Ph.D. candidates in performing leading-edge, world-class research in a variety of fields related to integrated circuits. Other universities are also more than happy to admit NTU/TUM graduates into their Ph.D. programmes.
Eight essential core modules:
- Microfabrication Technology
- Quality and Reliability Engineering
- Modern Semiconductor Device
- Laboratory 1: Semiconductor Process and Device Simulation
- Laboratory 2: Design and Modelling of Nanodevices
- Integrated Circuit Manufacturing
- Optomechatronic Measurement Systems
- Physical electronics
Non-technical modules: language, management, business, law, and culture.
The Master of Science in Microelectronics is a full time research and application-focused programme that runs over 18 months (3 semester).
January and August each year
October (January intake)
15 March (August intake)
November - December (January intake)
May - June (August intake)
-TOEFL:With recent TOEFL score indicating a minimum of 580 for Paper based test or 80 for internet based test
-IELTS:With academic IELTS result of at least 6.5