Studies
Prospective Students

Optical Technologies, M.Sc.

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For Prospective Students

The aim of the Master's programme in Optical Technologies is to train specialists and executives for the entire optical industry. Favourable conditions are particularly given in Hannover, since a close co-operation of engineering and scientific research can be achieved by bundling together interdisciplinary institutes such as cluster of excellence PhoenixD, Laser Zentrum Hannover (LZH) and Hannover centre for Optical Technologies (HOT).

For Prospective Students

The aim of the Master's programme in Optical Technologies is to train specialists and executives for the entire optical industry. Favourable conditions are particularly given in Hannover, since a close co-operation of engineering and scientific research can be achieved by bundling together interdisciplinary institutes such as cluster of excellence PhoenixD, Laser Zentrum Hannover (LZH) and Hannover centre for Optical Technologies (HOT).

APPLICATION AND ADMISSION

The optical technologies course can be studied either in a German track or in an English track. Admission requirements are a Bachelor's degree in mechanical engineering, physics or a comparable course of studies.

Applicants who have not completed their bachelor's degree at a German university or college must provide proof of language proficiency of level C1 in German or English.

FAQ

Information of the study programme on the central website of Leibniz Universität Hannover

STUDY COUNSELLING CONTACT

Study Counselling
Dr. Mareike Vorholt | Carolin Mantke, M. A. | Ak Mosimann, M. A.
Study Counselling
Dr. Mareike Vorholt | Carolin Mantke, M. A. | Ak Mosimann, M. A.
Consultation Hours

Consultation takes place on Tuesdays from 10:00 AM - 12:00 AM and on Thursdays from 01:00 PM - 03:00 PM. More information