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Master of Chemistry

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Study chemical phenomena in all contexts

A Masters degree in Chemistry combines theoretical lectures and coursework with practical laboratory work and applied studies to discover new knowledge about chemicals. These lectures, practical experiences, and possible research internships can usually be combined with your final Masters thesis.

Since a Master of Chemistry is intended to focus and deepen the knowledge you gained from your previous Bachelors degree, you can choose from a variety of specialisations. For this purpose you can choose between different modules: biochemistry, bioinorganic chemistry, biophysical chemistry, molecular modelling, sustainability in organic chemistry and theoretical chemistry.

What are possible careers with a Master of Chemistry?

The employment opportunities with a Masters degree in Chemistry are endless and you get to conduct independent research. Upon successful completion of a Master of Science in Chemistry you can work in the following career fields:

  • Laboratory analysis and work
  • Research and research groups
  • University education in science or chemistry
  • Chemical industry
  • Pharmaceutical companies
  • Clerk at authorities for health, environment or agriculture

List of universities offering a Masters degree in Chemistry:

    study programmes     universities
comprehensive profile   Biology   comprehensive profile   Radboud University
comprehensive profile   Chemistry   comprehensive profile   University of Antwerp
comprehensive profile   Life Sciences     Zürcher Hochschule für Angewandte Wissenschaften
comprehensive profile   Bio Data Science     Fachhochschule Wiener Neustadt
comprehensive profile   Nanomaterials Science     Utrecht University
  Science, Business & Innovation   comprehensive profile   Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam
  Chemistry   comprehensive profile   Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam
  Chemistry     Lancaster University
  Chemistry MChem     University of Huddersfield
  Catalysis     University of St Andrews
  Medicinal Chemistry     University of Strathclyde
  Advanced Chemical Engineering with Process Systems Engineering     Imperial College London
  Chemistry     University of Cambridge
  Chemistry (Instrumental Analytical Science - Drug Analysis and Toxicology)     Robert Gordon University
  Environmental Chemistry     Bangor University
  Materials Chemistry     University of Bradford
  Chemical Science     University of St Andrews
  Analytical & Environmental Sciences (Research)     King's College London
  Chemistry     University of York
  Chemistry     University of Lincoln
  Chemistry with Biological Chemistry     University of Hull
  Analytical and Forensic Chemistry     University of Hull
  Chemical Research     Queen Mary University of London
  Medicinal Chemistry     Cardiff University
  Advanced Solid State Chemistry and Applications     University of Sheffield
  Green and Sustainable Chemistry     University of Nottingham
  Chemical Technology & Management (distance learning)     University of Strathclyde
  Drug Discovery and Development     Imperial College London
  Organic Chemistry     University of Oxford
  Analytical Chemistry     Kingston University
  Chemistry     Swansea University
  Chemistry     University of Manchester
  Forensic Science     University of Strathclyde
  Chemistry     University of Nottingham
  Chemistry with Medicinal Chemistry     University of Glasgow
  Polymer Engineering     Edinburgh Napier University
  Chemistry (Research)     University of Bristol
  ...     ...


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