Chemistry at Hull is a hands-on subject with excellent career prospects.
We’re in a region with a high concentration of chemical companies – including BP, Total, Reckitt, Phillips 66, Croda, and Smith & Nephew, which gives you lots of scope for placements.
It also means we can set up mentoring arrangements for you with professional scientists from local industry. And our graduates often find work with these major companies.
We’re accredited by the Royal Society of Chemistry – putting you on track to Chartered Chemist (CChem) status – and our course covers analytical, forensic, inorganic, organic and physical chemistry, with modules on topics such as materials chemistry, spectroscopic methods, computational chemistry and many others.
It means you’ll gain a broad, balanced knowledge of the array of subjects that make up modern chemistry – and the opportunity to extend that knowledge into cutting-edge areas depending on the career pathway that interests you most.
Plus, to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the University’s pioneering work in liquid crystals, we are offering up to 20 international scholarships to study chemistry at Hull in honour of the chemist who pioneered this world-changing discovery.
The George W Gray Scholarship is worth £9,000 a year and will be awarded to eligible students as a tuition fee discount.