The LCN currently supports two taught degrees at Masters level. These aim to train students with an interdisciplinary approach, equipping them to begin a PhD/EngD or an industrial career in nanotechnology-related research.
These one- or two-year masters courses are offered by UCL and Imperial College London and are suitable for graduates with physics, chemistry, electrical engineering and other science backgrounds. They are run through teaching departments of the two colleges, but are taught with participation from LCN staff and use LCN facilites for cleanroom training and project work.
MSc in Nanotechnology and Diploma in Nanotechnology – UCL
The MSc in Nanotechnology is run in conjunction with the department of Electronic and Electrical Engineering . The course can also be taken as a part time course (over 2 years).
MRes in Nanomaterials and MRes in Bioimaging Science – Imperial College
Combining interdisciplinary teaching with cutting edge research, Imperial College’s flagship Masters Degree in Nanomaterials, run through the Department of Chemistry, is designed to train the next generation of nanotechnologists.