Master Programs

Materials Science and Engineering

Program Introduction

Research on the composition and structure of the materials, synthesis and processing, properties, performance and other factors and their internal relations, and study the production process and technology of the materials. The materials science and engineering disciplines draws from the principles of the disciplines of natural sciences such as mathematics, mechanics, physics, and chemistry.

Program Overview

Core Courses:Materials Physics, Surface Physical Chemistry, Corrosion Experimental Methods and Techniques, Equipment and Materials for Oil Industry

Teaching Languages:Chinese

Tuition:29000 RMB/year

Course Start Date:September

Course Duration:Three Years

Application Deadline:May 30th

Research Areas

Petroleum and Petrochemical Equipment Materials Corrosion Behavior
High Performance Polymers and their Application in Petroleum Industry
High-Performance Metal Materials and their Application in Energy
Control and Regulation of Materialization Characteristics New Energy Materials
Control and Regulation of Materialization Characteristics of Oil and Gas Reservoir Materials


Application Requirements:
1. Not a citizen of China in good health and no Criminal Record
2. GPA≧3.0/5.0
3. Chinese taught programs: HSK 5 ( 180 or above )

Application Materials:
1. Scanned copies of all China visa pages and China entry and exit record pages
2. Notarized copies of your highest level degree certificates and transcripts
3. Soft copy of passport photo with white background, photo size 480x720, JPG format
4. Non-criminal record
5. Physical Examination Form ( with all laboratory and X-ray reports ) taken not six months prior to admission
6. Study plan ( Proposal ) &CV
7. 2 Recommendation letters ( from an associate professor and above, or senior professional in your field of study for postgraduate students )
8. Acceptance letter from your supervisor ( advisable for MSc students )
9. HSK

Materials Science and Engineering --  Basic Information

Material Science and Engineering -- Application Guide