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|NDT.net Issue - 2015-08 - NEWS |
Dresden International University (DIU) the advanced training spin-off private university of Dresden Technical University is now running an English taught NDT Master Course since 2013. In a programme lasting two years students are initially introduced into the physical and engineering theoretical principles of NDT in the first semester before they are then studying all major NDT techniques in a module each including tomographic imaging in the second semester. |
In the third semester students take part in the basic course (BC course) of the German Society of NDT (DGZfP) before they move into a research project performed at institutions such as BAM, Fraunhofer or some other reputable university research laboratories. Those institutions are also the locations where students may stay for their master thesis performed in the fourth semester. “We have never had such a high quality and bright students ever before” say two division heads within the NDT department of BAM (the German Federal Institute for Materials Research and Testing) who have been hosting 3 students each for the research internship and who are now all continuing there for their master thesis.
And the students say too: “This is a superb research environment with knowledgeable people and latest equipment that opens us a career into science, research and application.” The next course will start October 19, 2015 and applicants are welcome to register. Minimum requirement to join is a bachelor degree in engineering (chemical, civil, electrical, mechanical, mechatronics, process) or physics and fluent proficiency at least in English. The course is also offered as a double degree course with Southwest Jiatong University in Chengdu/China, one of the world’s most renown universities in railway engineering with more double degree negotiations currently on going between DIU and other universities internationally.
More information is to be found on http://www.di-uni.de/index.php?id=507 or Contact to firstname.lastname@example.org