• University of Southampton Featured Masters Courses
  • University of Oxford Featured Masters Courses
  • Jacobs University Bremen gGmbH Featured Masters Courses
  • University of Derby Online Learning Featured Masters Courses
  • Goldsmiths, University of London Featured Masters Courses
  • University of Bristol Featured Masters Courses
  • University of Edinburgh Featured Masters Courses
  • Swansea University Featured Masters Courses
Middlesex University Featured Masters Courses
Leeds Beckett University Featured Masters Courses
Barcelona Technology school Featured Masters Courses
Imperial College London Featured Masters Courses
Bath Spa University Featured Masters Courses
0 miles
Chemistry×

University of Warwick, Full Time MSc Degrees in Chemistry

We have 12 University of Warwick, Full Time MSc Degrees in Chemistry

  • Chemistry×
  • University of Warwick×
  • MSc×
  • Full Time×
  • clear all
Showing 1 to 12 of 12
Order by 
Communicating science is a challenging topic, where you may need to explain the structure of a leaf to a seven year old one day, and report the very latest research to the world via scientific journals the next. Read more
Communicating science is a challenging topic, where you may need to explain the structure of a leaf to a seven year old one day, and report the very latest research to the world via scientific journals the next.
These both rely on subject knowledge and an ability to effectively communicate complex scientific theories to others.

This MSc will help you to build your subject knowledge of Chemistry while also enhancing your ability to communicate science, with a focus on writing for scientific publication or communication in the media. You’ll gain a Master’s level education in technical chemistry modules and develop key research skills by completing a research project in one of our world-class research groups, using state-of-the-art equipment.

By the end of the course you’ll have advanced chemical knowledge and the skills to prepare you for a career in research, scientific writing, science education or science communication.

Structure

The course spans 1 year, the first 20 weeks are lecture-based, providing you with a diverse toolbox in chemistry and scientific writing and leading onto a 24 weeks research project in chemistry.
Term 1 and Term 2:
-Writing Extended Scientific Articles
-Writing Focuses Scientific Articles and Reports
-Communicating Science to Different Audiences
-Transferrable Skills
-5 other MSc level modules from the wide selection offered by the Chemistry Department
Research Project:
-Immerse yourself in a real research project, supervised by our renowned academics

Read less
Warwick has an excellent international reputation for research and education in Chemistry. In the 2014 Research Excellence Framework (REF) we were ranked 6th overall for research quality with 98% of our research classified as “world-leading” or “internationally excellent”. Read more

Research Degrees

Warwick has an excellent international reputation for research and education in Chemistry. In the 2014 Research Excellence Framework (REF) we were ranked =6th overall for research quality with 98% of our research classified as “world-leading” or “internationally excellent”. Our staff win many national and international awards for science and innovation.

The Department welcomes applications from excellent candidates to carry out research leading to the award of PhD and MSc degrees. MSc courses are 1 year in duration whilst PhD degrees are of between 3-4 years duration depending on the source of funding.

Read less
Do you have a keen interest in global issues like sustainability, renewable energy, and personalised healthcare? Supported by leading experts from academia and industry, this invaluable course explores the real-world application of polymers in state-of-the-art research laboratories. Read more
Do you have a keen interest in global issues like sustainability, renewable energy, and personalised healthcare? Supported by leading experts from academia and industry, this invaluable course explores the real-world application of polymers in state-of-the-art research laboratories.

You’ll be trained in the fundamentals of synthesis, characterisation and colloids plus the bulk properties of polymers. You’ll use the latest equipment for spectrometry and chromatography to conduct independent analysis within the world-leading Magnetic Resonance Centre, and you’ll gain a number of transferable skills throughout your degree too.

By the end of the course you’ll be excellently positioned to work in a number of related industries or take up further research in a PhD.

Read less
Do you want to take up a career in research and development? We’re recruiting ambitious students with degrees in Chemistry, Physics, Life Sciences, Engineering, Mathematics or Statistics. Read more
Do you want to take up a career in research and development? We’re recruiting ambitious students with degrees in Chemistry, Physics, Life Sciences, Engineering, Mathematics or Statistics.

We offer you a coherent training programme in Analytical Science, a central and interdisciplinary science which supports research and development in a huge number of key industries. Analytical Science underpins many aspects of biological and clinical sciences,environmental sciences, pharmaceutical sciences, materials science and synthetic chemistry. This course offers expertise from international experts within academia and collaborating companies like Syngenta and AstraZeneca.

You’ll gain hands-on experience in a variety of relevant techniques, enabling you to work in any modern laboratory since the skills you acquire will be readily transferable between disciplines. You’ll also have an incredible opportunity to undertake cutting-edge research with a world-leading group or company. By the end of the course you’ll be positioned to take up employment in research and development roles within a number of sectors, or to take up further study with a PhD.

Structure

The course spans 1 year, the first 23 weeks are lecture-based, providing you with a diverse toolbox in analytical sciences enabling you to complete a successful 20 week research project.
Term 1 and Term 2 (23 weeks):
-Mass Spectrometry
-Chromatography & Separation Science
-Team Research Project: Real World Analysis
-Electrochemistry & Sensors
-Principles & Techniques in Quantitative and Qualitative Analysis
-Magnetic Resonance
-Techniques for the Characterisation of Biomolecules
-Microscopy & Imaging
-Statistice for Data Analysis
-Transferable Skills

Then choose 1 of:
-Advanced Electron Microscopy - Theory & Practice
-Advanced Statistics & Chemometrics

Research Project (20 weeks):
-Immerse yourself in a real research project, supervised by our renowned academics.

Read less
Do you want to take up a career in research and development? We’re recruiting ambitious students with degrees in Chemistry, Physics, Life Sciences, Engineering, Mathematics or Statistics. Read more
Do you want to take up a career in research and development? We’re recruiting ambitious students with degrees in Chemistry, Physics, Life Sciences, Engineering, Mathematics or Statistics.

We offer you a coherent training programme in Analytical Science, a central and interdisciplinary science which supports research and development in a huge number of key industries. Analytical Science underpins many aspects of biological and clinical sciences, environmental sciences, pharmaceutical sciences, materials science and synthetic chemistry. This course offers expertise from international experts within academia and collaborating companies like Syngenta and AstraZeneca.

You’ll gain hands-on experience in a variety of relevant techniques, enabling you to work in any modern laboratory since the skills you acquire will be readily transferable between disciplines. You’ll also have an incredible opportunity to undertake cutting-edge research with a world-leading group or company. By the end of the course you’ll be positioned to take up employment in research and development roles within a number of sectors, or to take up further study with a PhD.

Study programme

7 taught modules assessed by:
-In - module assessment
-Exam based assessment
Research Project assessed by:
-10,000 word dissertation
-Oral examination

Read less
‘Humanitarian Engineering’ is defined as the use of science and engineering to invent, create, design, develop, or improve technologies which promote the well-being of communities which are facing grand humanitarian challenges (fast growing populations, poor, disaster-hit, marginalised, or under-served communities). Read more

‘Humanitarian Engineering’ is defined as the use of science and engineering to invent, create, design, develop, or improve technologies which promote the well-being of communities which are facing grand humanitarian challenges (fast growing populations, poor, disaster-hit, marginalised, or under-served communities). The postgraduate course in Humanitarian Engineering is an interdisciplinary innovative educational programme for Humanitarian Engineers which promotes appropriate, sustainable, and holistic solutions to global challenges by integrating science into a broader practical scheme. The course is -by its nature- not a ‘just for Engineers’ course, instead it is for people with background in any of the following subjects: Science (e.g. Chemistry, Physics), Social Sciences (e.g. History, Politics, Sociology), Law, Health, Management, Business and Economics as well as Engineering.

This unique and cutting-edge programme enables students to tackle global problems (energy, water, natural disasters, humanitarian logistics, conflict and wars, global health, mixed in with overpopulation, poverty and underinvestment in low-income countries) in an interdisciplinary way and equip them to address causes, consider preventative approaches, and implement suitable responses. It is a flexible programme that provides students with an academically rigorous postgraduate level interdisciplinary training in the fields of Humanitarian Engineering, spanning from international development to humanitarianism and disaster emergencies. It involves a strong practical component with exposure to the ‘real world’ of organisations and practitioners and experience that boosts employability.

The course develops enterprising, outward-looking graduates who are both equipped to meet society’s newest and pressing challenges, and employer’s demands for advanced skills and knowledge, while translating these skills into the students’ chosen arena. Different stakeholders, beneficiaries and users (e.g. industry, policy-makers, and local communities) are involved in the programme, so that knowledge is orientated towards real world problems and challenges.

Students who are less tied to the bounded nature of a particular discipline are able to develop and seek learning between, beyond and across disciplines. The programme brings together an exciting group of European and International students with a diversity of academic and professional backgrounds who establish an international alumni network involved in humanitarian engineering research and practice.

At the point of application, students will choose one of three variants. Each variant offers different core and optional modules tailored to one of three pathways: general Humanitarian Engineering, Humanitarian Engineering with Sustainability, and Humanitarian Engineering with Management.

Students with a keen interest in Engineering might wish to pursue the MSc in Humanitarian Engineering with Sustainability, which focuses on renewable energy, and sustainable cities, operations, and infrastructures.

Students who wish to pursue Business-related issues might prefer the MSc in Humanitarian Engineering with Management, which offers opportunities to explore project management, communication and leadership, and management of sustainable supply chains.

The MSc in Humanitarian Engineering spans a broad range of disciplines and is ideal for students who are looking to explore all the professional and disciplinary facets of humanitarian challenges. Please see below for a list of core and optional modules for each variant.

Graduates of this programme will work across a broad range of areas. Students are expected to come from a broad array of international and professional backgrounds and go on after graduation into a wide variety of professional positions. Many Humanitarian Engineering graduates will work with the governments of developing countries managing the development process (e.g. central banks, ministries of finance, rural development, and education). Others will go on to multilateral development institutions like the World Bank, the IMF, or the United Nations; others to NGOs of all sizes and descriptions; and still others will go on to work in the private sector, in jobs as diverse as manufacturing, consulting, and investment banking, to name just a few. Some students may decide to pursue PhD studies.

Core Modules:

  • Humanitarian Engineering: Ethics, Theory and Practices (15 credits)
  • An introduction to Global Health (15 credits)
  • Water and Environmental Management (15 credits)
  • One Humanity; Shared Responsibility (15 credits)
  • Disasters, Resilience and Urban Data (15 credits)
  • Renewable Energy (15 credits)
  • Project (45 credits)
  • Sustainable Operations and Humanitarian Supply Management (15 credits)
  • Project Management (15 credits)

Optional Modules: 

Your choice of optional modules will help you to further tailor the programme to your interests.

  • Humanitarian Law (15 credits)
  • Sustainable Cities and Infrastructures for Emergencies (15 credits)
  • Communication and Leadership (15 credits)
  • Sustainable Operations and Humanitarian Supply Management (core module extended from 15 credits to 30 credits)

* The modules mentioned above may be subject to change. Please read our terms and conditions for more detailed information.

Teaching:

Each module will run intensively over one week and will be taught by a variety of methods: seminar, lecture, field research.

Assessment:

The core modules are assessed in a variety of ways: essay, poster, presentation, student-devised assessment.

Career Opportunities

Graduate Destinations: 

Graduates of this programme will work across a broad range of areas. Students are expected to come from a broad array of international and professional backgrounds and go on after graduation into a wide variety of professional positions. Many Humanitarian Engineering graduates will work with the governments of developing countries managing the development process (e.g. central banks, ministries of finance, rural development, and education). Others will go on to multilateral development institutions like the World Bank, the IMF, or the United Nations; others to NGO Leaders of all sizes and descriptions; and still others will go on to work in the private sector, in jobs as diverse as professional services, manufacturing, and investment banking, to name just a few. Some students may decide to pursue PhD studies.

Work Experience Opportunities: 

During the programme, students will have the opportunity to get involved in projects managed by organisations and professional services in developing and transitional countries.



Read less
Are you interested in industrial applications and the physical properties of polymer materials? Our course offers expertise from several departments and is taught in our state-of-the-art Materials and Analytical Sciences Building. Read more
Are you interested in industrial applications and the physical properties of polymer materials? Our course offers expertise from several departments and is taught in our state-of-the-art Materials and Analytical Sciences Building.

You’ll be trained in the fundamentals of polymer synthesis and characterization, with a particular focus on colloids and nanocomposites which find huge application in many global industries. This course is supported by industrial and academic experts, and you’ll be able to use our worldleading infrastructure in material characterisation and properties to gain hands-on training too.

Our unique business-focused modules take your training a step further too, exploring entrepreneurship and understanding the business models associated with large and small companies. By the end of your course, you’ll be excellently positioned to progress within industrial or academic research.

Read less
This MSc course will appeal if you wish to explore materials science from a multidisciplinary and collaborative perspective. The programme covers classical and quantum physics, with an emphasis on diamond and application-driven themes. Read more
This MSc course will appeal if you wish to explore materials science from a multidisciplinary and collaborative perspective. The programme covers classical and quantum physics, with an emphasis on diamond and application-driven themes. In addition to comprehensive transferable skills training, our CDT cultivates all the skills you will need to work with any high-performance and advanced material in a variety of settings.

During your course, you’ll have the opportunity to make full use of our excellent research facilities, which include state-of-the-art suites for magnetic resonance, electrochemical analysis, abrasion imaging and spectroscopy.

The skills you gain will leave you well placed to enter a number of academic and industrial sectors, including materials, instrumentation, defence and security, aerospace, telecommunications, electronics and manufacturing.

Structure

The course spans 1 year, with the first 20 weeks being lecture-based, providing you with a diverse toolbox in diamond science to complete a successful 20 week research project.
Terms 1 and 2 (20 weeks):
-Methods of Material Synthesis
-Properties and Characterisation of Materials
-Defects and Dopants
-Theory and Modelling of Materials
-Manufacturing the Future
-Surfaces, Interfaces and Coatings
-Devices and Fabrication
-Diamond Photonics and Quantum Devices
-Applications of High Performance Materials
-Electrochemistry and Sensors (Optional)
-Biomedical Optics and Applications (Optional)

Research Project (20 weeks):
Undertake a project in our world-leading research groups either for one 20-week or two 10-week research projects.

Read less
*Part-time. You may study the MSc component part time over 2 years, extending the duration of your course by a year. Diamond possesses an amazing range of extreme properties suitable for commercial exploitation. Read more
*Part-time: You may study the MSc component part time over 2 years, extending the duration of your course by a year.

Diamond possesses an amazing range of extreme properties suitable for commercial exploitation. This course allows you to research these properties through our dedicated multidisciplinary training centre. As an independent researcher, you will gain expertise in every aspect of diamond physics, from plasma science to building sensors.

MSc course modules will examine: synthesis, material science, modelling, characterisation, engineering, device integration and material processing and entrepreneurship. You will undertake two mini-projects during your MSc year, which will feed directly into your PhD in years 2-4. During this time, you will study within at least three of the participating institutions.

Rigorous transferable skills training will complement your research work, leaving you fully qualified for future industry or academic employment and ready to meet the requirements of a fascinating and fast-changing industry.

Read less
This programme will enable you to tackle important real-world problems through the creation of new instrumentation and techniques, or improvements to existing methods. Read more
This programme will enable you to tackle important real-world problems through the creation of new instrumentation and techniques, or improvements to existing methods. Laboratory reports, scientific papers, presentations and dissertations will develop your skills in scientific and academic reporting.

You’ll develop your knowledge of molecular analytics through 11 modules taken in the first six months. In the second half of your first year, you can apply your learning through two 10-week research projects, one with an experimental and one with a computational focus. There is a good chance that at least one of these projects will be in collaboration with one of our industrial partners. The experience of working across two different research environments will provide excellent preparation for your further career.

Throughout your course, you’ll benefit from using high-specification instrumentation in the areas of mass spectrometry, electrochemistry, optical, NMR and EPR spectroscopies and state of the art microscopy, among others. You will also have the opportunity to develop skills in computation and modelling.

Read less
Do you want to become an expert in communicating scientific concepts? Whether you’re preparing for a career in scientific writing, education or communication, this course is the one for you. Read more
Do you want to become an expert in communicating scientific concepts? Whether you’re preparing for a career in scientific writing, education or communication, this course is the one for you. Run between our Centre for Applied Linguistics and Faculty of Science, you can choose from over 50 modules and tailor the course to your specific scientific skills and interests.

You’ll enhance your communication and English Language skills, learning to convey advanced technical scientific concepts for journals, classrooms, or the media. You’ll also undertake a bespoke research project, gaining excellent research experience using our state-of-the-art equipment in an interdisciplinary environment.

By the end of the course, you’ll have gained advanced knowledge in your chosen fields and learned to communicate with a broad range of audiences too. You’ll be well positioned to take on a number of career paths from publishing and teaching, to taking on a PhD.

Read less
This programme will enable you to tackle important real-world problems through the creation of new instrumentation and techniques, or improvements to existing methods. Read more
This programme will enable you to tackle important real-world problems through the creation of new instrumentation and techniques, or improvements to existing methods. Laboratory reports, scientific papers, presentations and dissertations will develop your skills in scientific and academic reporting.

You’ll develop your knowledge of molecular analytics through 11 modules taken in the first six months. In the second half of your first year, you can apply your learning through two 10-week research projects, one with an experimental and one with a computational focus. There is a good chance that at least one of these projects will be in collaboration with one of our industrial partners. The experience of working across two different research environments will provide excellent preparation for your PhD and your further career.

Throughout your course, you’ll benefit from using high-specification instrumentation in the areas of mass spectrometry, electrochemistry, optical, NMR and EPR spectroscopies and state of the art microscopy, among others. You will also have the opportunity to develop skills in computation and modelling.

Read less

  • 1
Show 10 15 30 per page



Cookie Policy    X