Our courses specialise in environmental and sustainable chemistry, biological and medicinal chemistry, advanced materials and nanotechnology, and laser chemistry. There are options so you can study abroad for a year, or complete a year-long work placement as part of your degree.
MChem or BSc?
MChem courses come with a final year of research training, where you'll work in the lab with a team of professional scientists on an unanswered question in chemistry. They're the best route for students who are thinking about a career in scientific research.
All of our courses are accredited by the Royal Society of Chemistry, so you’ll cover the organic, inorganic, physical and analytical chemistry that every chemist needs for a successful career.
But there’s a lot of flexibility too, with core and optional modules covering environmental and sustainable chemistry, biological and medicinal chemistry, advanced materials and nanotechnology, laser chemistry or even chemistry in space.
It's possible to transfer between any of our courses up to end of your second year, and you can transfer between Chemistry MChem and Chemistry BSc well into your third year.
- Chemistry with Biological and Medicinal Chemistry BSc F112
- Chemistry with Biological and Medicinal Chemistry MChem C720
- Chemistry with an Industrial Placement Year BSc F111
- Chemistry with an Industrial Placement Year MChem F106
If you want to study abroad, you can apply to spend time in destinations including Australia, Canada, Europe, India, New Zealand, Singapore and the USA after you've joined the University.
Discover what sets Sheffield apart at our undergraduate open days on the Saturday 21 October or Saturday 18 November.