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Choose from 178 masters courses in Chemistry.

Find your ideal masters course and complete a recognised postgraduate qualification, including MA, MSc, MPhil, MRes, LLM, PGCE, MBA, PG Certificate and PG Diploma.

Masters courses can be studied on campus full time and part time. Online masters courses are ideal if you want to study from home. Other types of masters course are available through distance or blended learning, which includes a mix of in-person sessions with mostly online.

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MSc PG Dip Synthetic Biology & Biotechnology

University of Edinburgh

  • DeadlineStudy Details:

    MSc: 1 year full-time; PGDip: 9 months full-time

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MSc Chemistry (By Research)

University of Huddersfield

  • DeadlineStudy Details:

    MSc The maximum duration for a full-time MSc by Research is 1 year (12 months) or part-time is 2 years (24 months) with an optional submission pending (writing up period) of 4 months.

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MSc PG Dip PG Cert Explosives Ordnance Engineering

Cranfield University – Defence and Security

  • DeadlineStudy Details:

    MSc: 11 months full-time, up to five years part-time; PgDip: up to 11 months full-time, up to four years part-time; PgCert: up to 11 months full-time, up to 3 years part-time

We see, hear and use thousands of explosives around the world every day, from the military and defence sector to mining and other industrial operatio...

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PGCE Secondary Science with Chemistry

University of Sussex

  • DeadlineStudy Details:

    PGCE 10 months full time, 20 months part time

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MSc Analytical Sciences

University of Bradford

  • DeadlineStudy Details:

    MSc 1 year

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MSc Food Processing Engineering

Teesside University

  • DeadlineStudy Details:

    MSc Part Time: September enrolment: 2 years, including a summer break, January enrolment: 28 months, including two summer breaks, Full Time: September enrolment: 1 year, January enrolment: 16 months, including a summer break.

This is an ideal launchpad for graduates seeking careers in the thriving food and drink industry – an industry which is facing particularly acute skil...

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MSc Chemistry with Scientific Writing

University of Warwick

  • DeadlineStudy Details:

    MSc 1 year full-time

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MSc Analytical and Polymer Science

University of Warwick

  • DeadlineStudy Details:

    MSc 1 year full-time; 2 or 3 years part-time

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MA PgD PGDip MSc Advanced Chemical Engineering With Bioprocessing Masters

University of Birmingham

  • DeadlineStudy Details:

    MA PgD PGDip MSc 1 year full-time, 2–3 years part-time

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MSc Environmental Management

Teesside University

  • DeadlineStudy Details:

    MSc Part Time: September enrolment: 2 years, including a summer break, January enrolment: 28 months, including two summer breaks, Full Time: September enrolment: 1 year, January enrolment: 16 months, including a summer break.

Environmental management involves the protection and conservation of natural resources, from the air we breathe, to the water we drink to the ecosyste...

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MSc Analytical Chemistry

Kingston University

  • DeadlineStudy Details:

    MSc 1 year full-time, 2 years full-time including professional placement, 2 years part-time

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MSc by Research Chemistry

University of Bristol

  • DeadlineStudy Details:

    MScR up to two years full-time; up to four years years part-time

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Masters Degrees

Masters degrees are academic programmes offered by universities to students who have completed a recognised undergraduate qualification. These degrees are recognized as representative of academic study and research at an advanced level.

Students apply to study masters level degrees from across the world, and universities welcome applications from motivated candidates who are prepared to commit to study one-year full time or two years part time, or online in order to complete their programme.