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Polymers, Colorants and Fine Chemicals - MSc

University of Leeds    School of Chemistry

Full time September MSc 1 year full time

About the course

A programme developed for students with a STEM background, the Polymers, Colorants and Fine Chemicals Masters course is designed to provide you with the principles and theories of polymer and colour science and to learn how to apply these scientific methods to solve real-life challenges.

The course is interdisciplinary, bringing together expertise from a range of specialisms, including chemistry, food science and technology, and design technology and aesthetics. You will be taught by experts from the Schools of Chemistry, Food Science and Nutrition and School of Design to solve problems relevant to contemporary research.

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Entry Requirements

A bachelor degree with a 2:2 (hons) in chemistry, chemical engineering, materials science or a related subject.

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Student Profile(s)

Jacopo Milani

Jacopo Milani completed his Polymers, Colorants and Fine Chemicals MSc in 2015 and is currently working in Whitford PPG as a Development Chemist. Jacopo was fascinated by formulation chemistry from his previous studies in Italy, where he graduated with a BSc in Industrial Chemistry (2012) and a MSc in Industrial Chemistry and Management (2013) from the University of Milan. He found the MSc in Polymers, Colorants and Fine Chemicals at Leeds to be quite unique and the course immediately attracted his attention when he was researching on MSc courses.

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Carlos Asensio Regalado

Carlos Asensio Regalado completed his Polymers, Colorants and Fine Chemicals MSc in 2017 and is currently a PhD student in the Analytical Chemistry department at the University of the Basque Country.

“I really enjoyed my time at Leeds. For me, one of the high notes of the course was how industry-led it was. For instance, the number of projects offered for the final research project were either related to industry or carried out directly with a company. This exceeded my expectations. This opportunity also helped me realise how important it is to bear in mind the applicability of your research to real-world environment."

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