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Electrochemistry and Battery Technologies MSc


University of Southampton    Faculty of Engineering and Physical Sciences

Full time September MSc 1 year full time

About the course

Study at a university with an international reputation for excellence in research and education in electrochemistry, and discover how electrochemistry is essential to energy, sensors, waste treatment and the electronics industry.

Our exciting programme will give you practical hands-on experience in electrochemical techniques and battery characterisation methods. You will also study theoretical modules on the fundamental principles of electrode reactions with a strong emphasis on batteries, and the electroanalytical techniques used to study electrochemical reactions and battery processes.

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Entry Requirements

You’ll need a 2:1 degree in chemistry, chemical engineering or a related subject.

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Fees

Fees for a year's study:

UK students pay £9,250.
EU and international students pay £24,400.
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