Master Programme (Two Year) in Textile Engineering
It makes us very happy that you decided to apply for our MSc Programme in Textile Engineering and that you have chosen to accept our admission.
Now let's take your textile engineering skills to the next level - most welcome!
The semester starts Monday 28 August and there will be introductory activities the week before that. We strongly recommend that you participate in those to get to know the city, the university, your fellow master students both from textile engineering and other programs.
During the first half of the fall semester, Polymer Technology and Fibre Technology run in parallel. They will have some shared activities. As part of the fibre technology course you will melt spin multifilament that are characterized in the polymer technology course. Our lectures/seminars in the Polymer Technology course are based on "Polymers: Chemistry and physics of modern materials", 3rd edition, by Cowie & Arrighi, CRC Press, ISBN 13: 978-0-8493-9813-1. It can take some time to acquire it so please do it in advance and if you feel that your skills on the matter needs freshening up please spend some time with the book during summer. I can also recommend that you bring your polymer technology and chemistry texts books from previous courses to use as reference and side reading.
I wish you a pleasant summer.
Best regards, Anders Persson, PhD Program Director
Dates to remember
08:30 Welcome speech, Vestindien B+C
09:00 Information, T421
10:00-10:15 We will gather at the Textile Museum to prepare for a group photography.
14:00 Information, Director of studies, Vestindien A
10:00 We will gather in Vestindien for a workshop that will last all through the day and into the evening
Thursday 1/9 and after see schedules
Please note that the schedule (KronoX) is continuously updated until the start of term, and will be revised even during the term. Make it a habit to always check the schedule in KronoX, since some changes will occur with short notice.
Programme code: TAMSC
Programme cohort code: TAMSC17h1