Study in the top research facility of Northern Europe!

Applied Measurement Science is a 2 years, 120 ECTS international Master’s program at University of Tartu, Estonia. Studies are carried out in the brand-new “Chemicum” building, one of the top research and education facilities in Northern Europe.

Students in Lab

Why study Applied Measurement Science in Tartu University?

  • Leading European Research Centre of Metrology in Chemistry
  • Highly important field and shortage of competent people worldwide =
    =very good employment opportunities
  • Programme with a novel and unique content, bridging the gap between measurements and society
  • Excellent free studying possibilities. The program has plenty of scholarships available

The program provides thorough knowledge and skills in the areas of laboratory and technological measurements, testing and chemical analysis methods, quality systems, metrology and related economic and legal aspects.

How will this degree develop your potential:

  • Thorough knowledge and skills in laboratory and technological measurements, methods of testing and analysis, quality systems
  • High competence demanded for work in quality assurance laboratories in various industries, inspection, certification and accreditation agencies
  • Practical experience gained during the study period through an internship placement with companies

President of Estonia in Chemicum opening

President of Estonia in Chemicum opening

Practical Chemical Analyses lab course

Practical Chemical Analyses lab course

Students in front of University Main Building

Student Days Boat Rally

Erko Jakobson, PhD student at UT Institute of Physics:

UT Testing Centre provides calibration and measurement services to industry enterprises and has regular contacts with laboratories around Europe. I believe I get first-class hands-on education here and have great career prospects and job opportunities.

Learning outcomes:

Students enjoying the spring

Students enjoying the spring

1. Graduate has systematic knowledge of the physical, chemical and metrological basis of the more widespread measurement and analysis methods, factors affecting the results, methods of calculating of measurement results and assessment of their quality and documenting measurement results. The graduate has systematic knowledge of quality systems.

2. The graduate has skills necessary to work with the more widespread measurement and analysis methods, to tune them according to a given measurement or analysis procedure and to optimise measurement procedures. The graduate is qualified to determine the characteristics of measurement and analysis procedures and to assess their suitability for a specific measurement or analysis task. The graduate is capable to assess the adequacy of the measurement or analysis results obtained.

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