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Full time September MSc Full-time: 1 year Full-time with placement: 2 years
Chemistry (6) Engineering (12) Materials Science (24)

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Embark on a transformative journey with the MSc Advanced Materials programme, where innovation meets expertise. Dive into the realm of materials chemistry and unlock the potential to revolutionize industries such as health, energy, and communication. This multidisciplinary course offers a blend of chemistry and project management, equipping you with the skills to thrive as a materials scientist. Delve into cutting-edge equipment and research facilities, including the Manchester Fuel Cell Innovation Centre, to stay at the forefront of technological advancements. With a focus on sustainable energy technologies and innovative materials, you'll have the flexibility to tailor your studies to your interests. The optional placement year and world-class Superlab ensure a hands-on learning experience, preparing you for a successful career in academia or industry. Join us if you hold a UK honours degree or its international equivalent in a relevant field, or showcase relevant work experience. Elevate your career and become a leader in materials development with the MSc Advanced Materials programme.

About the course

From clean energy to clean water, advanced materials provide the building blocks of innovation in a vast range of sectors and applications. As a materials chemist, you may design and develop intelligent products for areas such as health, energy, mobility, and communication, as well as environment and climate management.  

Our MSc Advanced Materials offers the chance to get to grips with materials chemistry including the design, analysis, and characterisation of materials. With a multi-disciplinary approach, we offer a fascinating combination of chemistry and project management to develop your professional skills and prepare you to join the next generation of materials scientists.   

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Entry Requirements

You’ll need a UK honours degree – at least a 2:2 – or the international equivalent, in a relevant materials or chemistry-related subject. We will also consider engineering graduates on an individual basis, to ensure that they have the chemistry skills required for the research project. We may also consider your application if you can demonstrate highly relevant work experience in a related field.

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