For the first time, Technical University of Moldova – Faculty of Computers, Informatics and Microelectronics, Department of Microelectronics and Biomedical Engineering – is launching the admission to studies, including for international students, in consortium with the most innovative and prestigious universities in the European Union
8 EU companies specialized in the production of nanomaterials, nanotechnologies, sensors and electronic devices and 11 Universities from Belgium (Brussels, Ghent and Leuven), Germany, France, Spain, Great Britain, United Kingdom, Ireland, Netherlands, Norway participate in this consortium including Technical University of Moldova, i.e. the Department of Microelectronics and Biomedical Engineering, as equal partner from the Republic of Moldova.
The key results that are expected to be 100% achieved under the guidance of the UTM/TUM professors will focus on training highly-qualified engineers, Ph.D., holding European diplomas signed by UTM/TUM and at least 1 EU university, as well as on providing quality education, meant to empower the young generation to build innovation skills and strongly motivate them to combine excellence in university studies and scientific research performance.
Another objective of this educational offer is to attract, develop and retain new talents in engineering, by ensuring the quality of modern education and by developing innovative training/education systems due to equal partnership between UTM and EU states members through co-financing.
The students selected by international competition in 2022 will benefit of the European/international level of education along with internships, research activities and partial studies at different EU Universities. They will also have the opportunity to undergo practical internships in more than 10 top EU and European companies activating in this sector and which are already strongly determined to support the future highly qualified students-engineers, Ph.D., from UTM.
The Department of Microelectronics and Biomedical Engineering of the Faculty of Computers, Informatics and Microelectronics, UTM/TUM, which will be in charge of this study offer, has a professional teaching/research staff, professors and a valuable successful and efficient experience in such national and international partnerships, as it ensures the educational process at three study-programmes: Applied electronics, Microelectronics and nanotechnologies, as well as Biomedical engineering (at the 1st Cycle Bachelor’s degree and 2nd Cycle Master’s degree) and 5 specialities at the 3rd Cycle Doctoral degree studies. (http://mib.utm.md/content.php?cat=educatie&id=9&lang=ro). Here is the best place for young and curious students, who are eager to learn how to design, develop and produce such electronic, biomedical or nanotechnological devices.