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Admission criteria

The academic year within the SERP+ master starts at the very beginning of September. In order to be able to join us in September, you should at least graduate at the end of the academic year (e.g. June, July or August). The proof of the Bachelor degree (diploma or certificate) will be required for enrolment at the university.

Admission criteria
Applicants should have or should be in process to get a Bachelor degree at the time of the application.
Eligible topics: Chemistry, Physical-Chemistry, Materials Science with sufficient background in chemistry and Related topics.
Non eligible topics: Computer Science, Electrical & Electronics Engineering, Mathematics, Food, Biology, Pharmacy, Mechanical Engineering, Metallurgical Engineering.
Please note that applicants already holding a master degree can be accepted in the second year of the master at Paris-Saclay University. PhD students and PhD holders are not eligible.
Applicants with a degree from an institution where the language of instruction is not English is required to provide an official English score report (TOEFL, IELTS, Cambridge certificates). Awards and external references and other criteria will also be taken into account.
Please note that applicants already holding a master degree can be accepted in the second year of the master at Paris-Sud University.
Mobility at the University of Genoa
Students who wish to study at the University of Genoa for the semester 2 and/or 3, must have a sufficient background in physics-related topics.
Students with a background in materials sciences must have a sufficient background in chemistry to be eligible.
The bylaw of the Master in Materials Science and Technology from the University of Genoa does not allow the students who pass through Italy during semester 2 and/or 3 to perform their internship on a purely theoretical study (e.g. calculations with no comparison with experimental data …). By choosing Italy, students agree to perform an experimental work during their internship, which can include analysis of experimental data taken by others.
The criteria and respective weights are the following
50% Academic (and professional when relevant) workloads (including appropriateness of the curriculum, grades
20% Motivation and professional project
15% Recommendation letter
10% English proficiency
5% Involvement in associations, networks or any other extra-curricular activities showing personal leadership and dynamic abilities