The admissions round for the NDT Master Course at Dresden International University (DIU) starting autumn 2018 will be opened again from March 1st 2018 to September 30th 2018. Students applying for this fully English taught course must have an internationally accepted over average bachelor degree in an engineering, physics, computer science or possibly other natural science discipline and prove a proficiency in English language skills of at least an IELTS 6.0 level.
Applicants meeting the acceptance criteria will be invited to a personal interview (mainly online), along which the final decision of acceptance will be made.
This year’s entries will additionally have the chance to attend the International Symposium on NDT in Aerospace (www.ndt-aerospace.com) as a start, which will be held in Dresden/Germany.
Students applying from abroad, specifically from outside the EU are recommended to apply as early as possible to avoid any visa constraints. Further details regarding the application can be found on www.di-uni.de/index.php?id=507.
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