Organic and Molecular Electronics
- Winter semester
- Mode of admission:
- without admission restriction
- directly at University
- Study mode:
- On campus
Bachelor's degree (or equivalent) that qualifies for a profession in a natural science or engineering field, or in a study course with comparable skills' acquisition, especially in higher mathematics.
Minimum standard period of study: 4-years bachelor's degree, or 3-years bachelor's degree + 1-year master's degree.
Proof of special aptitude to study for the Master's program: organic and molecular electronics. This includes a sound knowledge of the basics of classical physics with mechanics, electrodynamics, optics, thermodynamics, and quantum theory, as well as good knowledge of the composition of matter.
If at the time of the application, proof of the first degree that qualifies for a profession cannot yet be provided, applicants will be admitted to the aptitude test procedure and the numerus clausus selection procedure if 80% of the achievable points of the university degree can be proven by a certificate of the university of origin (Examining Office), on the basis of a completed module exam, assignment paper or colloquium.
The following certificates are recognised as proof of your language proficience.
Application & Admission
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Application Procedure & Selection
- Printed and signed online application form from the TU Dresden or uni-assist.
- Printed master's in Organic and Molecular Electronics application form (in uni-assist referred to as an "aptitude test").
- A certified copy of the original and the translation of the first university degree diploma.
If you do not have your degree certificate yet, we need:
- Confirmation of successful attainment of at least 80% of the credit points required for successful graduation.
- Written confirmation from your university of your anticipated graduation.
- Certified copies of any additional certificates and other relevant documents that attest to your particular aptitude (i.e. whatever you stated in the application form).
- List of all lectures (or modules) that you completed during your first-degree studies.
- Your résumé (CV).
- A certified copy of a certificate confirming your adequate language proficiency (see language requirements).
- Chinese, Mongolian and Vietnamese applicants: original APS certificate from the Academic Evaluation Centre of German Embassy.
- A copy of your passport or identity card.
Do not forget to include a certified English or German translation for all transcripts that are not provided in English or German.
Application via uni-assist:
D – 11507 Dresden
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