Nanomaterials Sciences is a two year (120 EC) multidisciplinary programme with subject areas in the field of catalysis, colloid science and nanophotonics. In this two-year Master’s programme, you will gain in-depth knowledge on, and experimental experience with, novel nanomaterials and their synthesis, structure, and applications – for example, as catalysts or in nanophotonics. This programme has been revised and will be effectuated for students who start this programme as of September 2016.  
Students who entered the programme Nanomaterials: Chemistry & Physics follow the corresponding curriculum which will remain valid till August 31, 2018. 

The Dutch Master's Selection Guide (Keuzegids Masters 2017) ranked Utrecht University's Nanomaterials Science programme as the best in the field of Chemistry in the Netherlands. You can read more about this in this article which is only available in Dutch.

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8 September 2020 12:00 to 15:00
This workshop will help you understand the employer's perspective and how to play into their needs effectively.
9
Sep
9 September 2020 13:00 to 14:00
An online workshop about how to write a CV and cover letter
10
Sep
10 September 2020 12:00 to 15:00
This workshop will make you aware of the transferable skills you’ve developed in your studies, at your temp jobs and in your extracurricular activities.
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Sep
15 September 2020 12:00 to 15:00
Where is your passion? What kind of job will suit you?
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Sep
15 September 2020 15:00 to 16:30
An online workshop about how to build a complete and strong LinkedIn profile

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1 July 2020
What were the developments of 2019?
30 June 2020
As of June 29th there is one UU self-service portal where employees and students can ask a question, report a malfunction or request a facility service.
24 June 2020
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23 June 2020
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22 June 2020
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