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Studying Chemistry (Structured Masters) at the National University of Ireland

Full-time programme

The Structured Master of Science in Chemistry Research is a one-year research programme, designed to provide internationally recognised training in chemistry for graduates to the highest level of professional and scientific standards. The aim of this course is to produce high calibre graduates who can independently tackle problems in chemistry and closely related areas. It also aims to develop employment ready professionals with the view of gaining employment in this field or entering a PhD. The course comprises taught modules (30 ECTS credits) during the first three months of the programme followed by an eight months research project (60 ECTS credits). Students have the option to carry out the research project in the School of Chemistry, in a partner laboratory in Ireland or abroad or in industry. Research opportunities are offered in a wide range of different areas including: synthesis, analytical chemistry, combustion chemistry and energy, green chemistry, protein chemistry, carbohydrate chemistry, medicinal chemistry, computational chemistry, biomedical chemistry, marine chemistry, and polymer chemistry.

 

Part-time programme

The Structured Master of Science in Chemistry Research (part-time) is a two-year research programme, designed to provide internationally recognised training in chemistry for graduates to the highest level of professional and scientific standards. The aim of this course is to produce high calibre graduates who can independently tackle problems in chemistry and closely related areas. This course is ideally suited to graduates in employment who wish to upskill. The course comprises taught modules (30 ECTS credits) and a research component (60 ECTS credits), spread over two years. Students will take one or two taught modules (15 ECTS) per year. Lectures are scheduled on one afternoon per week, while flexible hours can be agreed with the research project supervisor to facilitate students who are in employment. Students have the option to carry out the research project in the School of Chemistry, in a partner laboratory in Ireland or abroad or in industry. Research opportunities are offered in a wide range of different areas including: synthesis, analytical chemistry, combustion chemistry and energy, green chemistry, protein chemistry, carbohydrate chemistry, medicinal chemistry, computational chemistry, biomedical chemistry, marine chemistry, and polymer chemistry.


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Institution

National University of Ireland


Location: National University of Ireland Galway University Road 1
H91 TK33 Galway
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Location

Galway

Field of study

Science & Mathematics

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Language

English

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Type of study

Full-time

Duration of study:

Tuition fees EU: 7450 EUR / year

Tuition fees Non EU: 20750 EUR / year

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Facts about the Masters programme

Location

Galway

Field of study

Science & Mathematics

Degree

Language

English

Start

Application deadline

ask the institution

Type of study

Full-time

Duration of study:

Tuition fees EU: 7450 EUR / year

Tuition fees Non EU: 20750 EUR / year

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