Analytical chemistry plays a crucial role in many areas of science and society. For the development of new pharmaceuticals, the study of complex biological systems or the design of new sustainable materials, chemical compounds must be identified and quantified in a variety of materials and environments. Analytical chemistry provides the methods and techniques that make this possible. The impact of analytical science is not restricted to chemistry alone: progress in medicine, biology, environmental and material sciences is strongly dependent on the availability of new analytical tools. Studying Analytical Sciences at the University of Amsterdam
Analytical Sciences is a track of the Master's programme in Chemistry. It focuses on all aspects of chemical analysis and addresses a large range of modern analytical techniques. Moreover, the programme covers general concepts and strategies for analysis - from sampling to data treatment - and various application fields such as biochemical, industrial, pharmaceutical and forensic analysis. It is also possible to choose a programme focused specifically on environmental chemistry and analysis. Amsterdam Graduate School of Science (AGSS)
The University of Amsterdam (UvA) and the VU University Amsterdam (VU) have joined forces in the Amsterdam Graduate School of Science (AGSS). Both universities have excellent international reputations, with several research groups playing leading roles in various fields of science. Most of the Master's tracks in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics are offered within the cooperation of the AGSS. Students enrolled in the Amsterdam Graduate School of Science, enjoy the expertise and facilities of two universities, as well as benefiting from their existing networks.
Analytical Sciences as a part-time programme
It is possible to enroll as a part-time student of Analytical Sciences. For more information, please contact the Programme Manager via the button 'contact' in the left column. Accreditation and degree
Analytical Sciences is a track of the Master's programme in Chemistry. The Master's programme in Chemistry has been legally accredited by the Accreditation Organisation of the Netherlands and Flanders (NVAO). This means that upon successful completion of the programme, students will receive a legally accredited Master's degree in Chemistry and the title of Master of Science (MSc).
Applicants must have a Dutch Bachelor of Science degree or its equivalent in Chemistry or another science discipline directly related to Analytical Chemistry. The programme is also open - with certain restrictions - to students with a Bachelor's degree from a higher vocational training (HLO) programme in Chemistry or a related area.
Recipient: University of Amsterdam
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