The program provides fundamental knowledge of technological procedures and facilities designed for processing mineral and industrial raw materials, producing and processing ferrous and non-ferrous metals and ecological problems related to powder metallurgy.
Aleksandr F. Shimansky
D. Sc. in Chemistry, Professor
Tel.: +7 391 213-35-17
E-mail: AShimanskiy [at] sfu-kras [dot] ru
|Duration:||4 years (240 ECTS)|
|Starting date (each year):||September, 1|
|Type of degree:||Bachelor in Material Science|
|Tuition fee (per year):||The price will be announced soon.|
|Application deadline:||June 30|
|Accommodation:||On-campus accommodation is available in double and triple-occupancy rooms (€ 20 per month)|
|Practicalities:||Airport transfer and invitation letter for a Russian study visa are provided by the University|
The program consists of theoretical and practical courses. The main ones are:
- Physical chemistry of ceramic and composite materials;
- Powder metallurgy processes;
- Application, technology and properties of coating;
- Material science and technology of composite materials;
- Technology of ceramic materials;
- Technology of electronics materials.
Please contact our Department of International Educational Programs, SibFU
e-mail: study [at] sfu-kras [dot] ru
phone: +7 391 206-39-28
fax: +7 391 206-21-66
address: 82/6 Svobodny pr., room 427, Krasnoyarsk, 660041 Russia
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