What is the programme about? The programme aims to train students to a high level of knowledge and proficiency in a specialized area of chemistry such as Medicinal Chemistry, Chemical Biology, Pharmaceutical Chemistry, Energy and Sustainable Chemistry, Biophysical Chemistry or Nanotechnology.
What will I learn? Individualised programmes can be selected from a suite of modules. The chosen modules will tailor the course to the student’s interests and requirements and a high-level research project will add significant value and lead to a qualification suited for career advancement in the chemical industry.
Applicants should possess a minimum of an upper level 2nd class in an honours degree in Chemistry or equivalent, or a degree with a significant component of Chemistry is required.Since the basic language of instruction of this Programme is English, competence in both spoken and written English is mandatory. If the primary degree is not in English, the candidate must provide evidence of competence in the English language by producing an English language certificate. Accepted as language proofs are:550 points in TOEFL (Test of English as Foreign Language) or 6.5 points in IELTS Academic Test (International English Language Testing System)
Recipient: University College Dublin
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