Course Requirements


Applicants are required to have a Bachelor’s degree either in

  • Ingenieurwissenschaften (joint degree Bachelorstudiengang PLUS - TUM)
  • Chemistry
  • Physics
  • Materials Science

or related studies.

 See also here for a pdf version of the requirements.

Application Documents

Completed and signed registration form:

download registration form

and the following:

  • CV / Resumé (2 pages)
  • Letter of motivation (1 page)
  • High school/secondary school leaving certificate or university entrance certificate
  • University degree certificate(s)
  • International transcript of courses attended at university
  • TOEFL score report where English is not your native language
  • Certificates of English or German language courses taken
  • APS certificate (Chinese applicants only)
  • Non E.U. candidates should provide a proof that a comparable master program is available in their home country.
  • Certificate(s) of industrial internship(s) attended
  • Recommendation letters from two professors or senior lecturers who know you well. The referees should send the original recommendation letters to us directly.



Application Deadline

Please, submit your documents before May 15th for the Winter semester (start in October of the same year) and October 15th for the Summer semester (start in March of the following year).

Application Procedure

1) The application procedure starts with submission via sending the application documents by email to or by mail to :

Department of Chemistry and Physics of Materials

Keyword: Application CPM Master

University of Salzburg

Jakob Haringer Strasse 2A

A-5020 Salzburg, Austria

2) An academic committee ranks the applicants and decides whether to conduct an interview or not

3) Interview with members of the academic committee (at least 2 persons)

4) The academic committee decides whether to admit applicant to program

5) University of Salzburg/ Vice Rector of Educational Affairs formally admits the applicant

6) The student enrolls for the program

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