PhD: Chemistry, Nanotechnology Collaborative Program
Doctor of Philosophy in Chemistry [Nanotechnology Collaborative Program], at the University of Waterloo, Canada
The interdisciplinary research program at the University of Waterloo is the focal point for graduate teaching and research in M.Sc. and Ph.D. programs in Nanotechnology. This program, jointly offered by three departments in the Faculty of Science (Biology, Chemistry and Physics and Astronomy) and four in the Faculty of Engineering (Chemical, Electrical and Computer, Mechanical and Mechatronics, and Systems Design), provide students with a stimulating educational environment that spans from basic research through to application.
Program Aim: The goal of the collaborative program is to allow students to gain perspectives on nanotechnology from a wide community of scholars within and outside their disciplines in both course and thesis work.
In particular, the University of Waterloo offers a unique interdisciplinary graduate program in Quantum Information that leads to M.Sc. and Ph.D. degrees.
Duration: 3 Year(s)
Fees: CA$62,748 (2021 annual)
Next intake: 03 May 2021
Winter (January), 2021
Spring (May), 2021
Fall (September), 2021
Winter (January), 2022
Spring (May), 2022
Fall (September), 2022
Winter (January), 2023
Spring (May), 2023
- Master of Science (MSc) degree (or equivalent) in Science with at least a minimum overall standing of 75% in the last 2 years (domestic students only).
- Direct admission to the PhD program from a Bachelor of Science (BSc) program is also possible for outstanding students who graduated with an overall 89% standing at the undergraduate level.
- Course requirements are reduced by one course for students admitted directly to the PhD program from a BSc.
- Proof of English language proficiency, if applicable. TOEFL 90, IELTS 7.0
|Organization||University of Waterloo|
|Subject areas||Nanotechnology, Chemistry|
|Eligibility||Open to all nationalities|