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Choose from 176 masters courses in Chemistry.

Masters degrees in Chemistry study the composition, properties, and transformations of matter. Students in these programmes typically explore advanced topics such as analytical chemistry, organic chemistry, inorganic chemistry, physical chemistry, and biochemistry. They may also engage in laboratory work, research projects, and seminars to deepen their understanding of chemical principles and applications. Pursuing a Master's degree in Chemistry can open up various opportunities in academia, industry, research, and other fields.

Pursuing a Master's degree in Chemistry can lead to numerous opportunities in academia, industry, research, and various fields. Graduates with this advanced degree often find themselves equipped with the knowledge and skills necessary to excel in roles related to chemical analysis, scientific research, and academia. Moreover, the practical experience gained through laboratory work, research projects, and seminars can significantly enhance their understanding of chemical principles and applications, making them valuable assets in the workforce.

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MRes Geoenvironmental Engineering

University of Strathclyde

  • DeadlineStudy Details:

    MRes Study mode and duration: 12 months full-time; 24 months part-time; 36 months part-time (online distance learning)

Masters by Research (MRes) postgraduate research degree in Geoenvironmental Engineering Why this course? This research-led...

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MSc Food Processing Engineering

Teesside University

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    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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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.