About Fees Study Entry Prospects How to apply Faculty of Science and Engineering MSc in Chemistry Postgraduate - Taught MSc Open for admission in 2020/21 Start in September Full time MSc 1 year How to apply About the course Chemistry at Hull is taught by the leaders in the field – including members of the pioneering research team who paved the way for the LCD display technology that's on your smartphone, laptop, tablet and TV. This MSc allows you to explore advanced chemistry topics across the range of organic, inorganic, physical and analytical chemistry. The course will help you develop an understanding of where the forefront of chemistry lies and how research advances the boundaries of chemical knowledge. You’ll be trained in advanced practical skills required in a chemical research laboratory and undertake a significant piece of original research work in a selected field. What you'll study You’ll learn through a combination of practical classes, workshops, tutorials, masterclasses and lectures. You’ll work independently and within small groups to undertake research and problem-solving tasks. The culmination of the programme is an independent research project, where you’ll write a dissertation to present your results. Compulsory modules All modules are subject to availability and this list may change at any time. Preparation for Research Advanced Research Topics in Chemistry Literature Review and Preparation for Project MSc Research Project Advanced Research Topics in Analytical and Forensic Chemistry This module gives you the opportunity to present complex scientific material both orally and in written form which are vital skills for future employment. Your knowledge of the subject and problem-solving abilities will be assessed in a three hour exam and a written assignment. Optional modules All modules are subject to availability and this list may change at any time. Advanced Inorganic Chemistry Develop insight into the frontiers of inorganic chemistry, from molecules to solids. Advanced Organic Chemistry Learn about state-of-the-art organic asymmetric synthesis and retrosynthetic analysis. Advanced Physical Chemistry and Materials The module includes hot topics in physical and materials chemistry with perspectives in nanostructured smart materials, metal clusters, modern aspects of wetting and capillarity, modern emulsion science and photochromics. Come to an open day Grab a prospectus Where you'll study The location below may not be the exact location of all modules on your timetable. The buildings you'll be taught in can vary each year and depend on the modules you study. Hull Campus Click to view directions on Google Maps Get in touch Admissions +44 (0)1482 466850 International Enquiries Related courses MSc Analytical and Forensic Chemistry course MSc Biochemistry course “The supervisors at the University of Hull are excellent, always making time for students. There are plenty of opportunities to present your work here as well as at other universities, which helps grow your professional network." David Miller-Shakesby, PhD Chemistry, MChem Chemistry Fees and funding Home/EU: £8,800 International: £17,200 International applicants may need to pay a tuition fee deposit before the start of the course. Visit our tuition fee deposit page for more information.UK and EU students can take out a Master’s Loan to help with tuition fees and living costs. They provide up to £11,222 for full-time and part-time taught and research Masters courses in all subject areas. Find out more about Postgraduate Loans. Graduate Studentship The University of Hull is pleased to offer graduates progressing from undergraduate to postgraduate taught study a £1,000 studentship towards the cost of their tuition fees. Find out if you’re eligible by visiting the University of Hull Graduate Studentship page. International Scholarships and Bursaries For a list of all scholarships and bursaries for international students, please visit the International Scholarships and Bursaries page. We also offer an International Studentship Scheme Discount of up to £3,500. UK and EU Scholarships and Bursaries The University offers a range of scholarships to help you with your studies. For more information, please visit the UK and EU Scholarships and Bursaries page. Be inspired by leaders in the field including members of the team that gave the world LCD displays. Cutting-edge facilities include laser technology for elemental analysis, microfluidic fabrication facilities and the latest mass spectrometry facilities. Industry links include projects with AstraZeneca, GlaxoSmithKline, Pfizer, RB (formerly Reckitt-Benckiser), Schlumberger and Unilever. In the latest national assessment of research, 79% of our outputs were classed as ‘world leading’ or ‘internationally excellent’. Find out more Entry requirements Minimum 2.2 Bachelor Honours (or international equivalent) in chemistry or related subjects. International students If you require a Tier 4 student visa to study or if your first language is not English you will be required to provide acceptable evidence of your English language proficiency level. This course requires academic IELTS 6.0 overall, with no less than 5.5 in each skill. See other English language proficiency qualifications accepted by this University. If your English currently does not reach the University's required standard for this programme, you may be interested in one of our English language courses. Visit your country page to find out more about our entry requirements. Future prospects We teach a modern curriculum covering key areas of analytical chemistry of importance to industry, including process analysis, quality assurance, spectrometry and chromatography; and cutting-edge interdisciplinary research topics in areas such as lab-on-a-chip. The knowledge and skills you will learn on this MSc will prepare you for a wide range of careers including: analytical chemist, nanotechnologist, and research scientist to name just a few. We undertake world-class research in many scientific areas and are famous for our pioneering work on liquid crystals. Many of our Masters students choose to progress on to PhD-level study.