Masters courses

Masters courses

We run two MSc courses and a MSc(Res) course for graduates eager to develop their lab skills and deepen their understanding of chemical principles. You'll learn new skills in state-of-the-art labs, attend advanced lectures and undertake a research project under the supervision of our world-class scientists. Our staff also contribute to the University's MSc Science Communication course.

Chemistry students

MSc Chemistry

This course is suitable for BSc graduates who wish to extend their skills to the next level. You can choose from a wide range of advanced research-led lecture classes while you further develop your ability to work in the lab, source information and communicate science. This flexibility means you can study topics right across chemistry.

MSc Polymers for Advanced Technologies

MSc Polymers
for Advanced
Technologies

This course is suitable for graduate chemists, physicists and chemical engineers. It offers tuition in basic aspects of polymer and an extended research project, alongside opportunities to specialise in one or more advanced technological areas.

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MSc(Res) Chemistry

This programme is specifically designed to give students an enhanced experience of academic research. The course is especially suited to BSc students who wish to progress to PhD study, or research in industry.

SciCommMSc

MSc Science
Communication

This exciting MSc course is taught by world-leading scientists and media practitioners in the fields of science communication and journalism.