Our training programme is based on individual supervision and mentoring by an interdisciplinary team consisting of two faculty members from the departments of chemistry and physics. A particular strength of our curriculum lies in hands-on training in a laboratory environment to provide stimulating research exposure. State-of-the-art laboratories in the new Center for Soft Nanoscience and the Münster Nanofabrication Facility guarantee excellent conditions for frontier research. We offer topical lectures in chemistry, physics and related fields (e.g. advanced computation), peer-to-peer training through active participation in two research groups, dedicated training in soft skills, and an exciting research experience in a lively, international community. With possible stays at our partner institution, the University of Twente we promote early career development and international visibility. At the Graduate School of Molecules and Interfaces we strive to shape a new generation of enthusiastic scientists, who are successful specialists in their respective fields and also have a broad background in theory and experiment, as well as in chemistry and physics.