Master in Applied Measurement Science University of Tartu

Applied Measurement Science is a 120 ECTS Master’s programme providing thorough knowledge and skills in the areas of laboratory and technological measurements, testing and chemical analysis methods, quality systems, metrology and related economic and legal aspects. Studies are carried out in the “Chemicum” building, one of the top research and education facilities in Northern Europe.

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Aims
  • Thorough knowledge and skills in laboratory and technological measurements;
  • Skills necessary to work with the more widespread measurement and analysis methods;
  • High competence demanded for work in quality assurance laboratories in various industries, inspection, certification and accreditation agencies;
  • Practical experience gained through an internship placement with companies.

  • International class
  • International faculty
  • Lessons in foreign language 50%
  • International study tours
  • International traineeship
  • Traineeship at international companies
  • Attendance of the master abroad
  • Issuance of foreign diploma and certifications
Tuition-waiver scholarships available
Cost of the master: 4500 VAT free
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