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Msc.Applied Chemistry (focus on Inorganic, Organic or Macromolecular Chemistry)

University of Chemistry and Technology, Prague - Faculty of Chemical Technology

The programme aims to extend students' knowledge gained at the Bachelor degree studies and to prepare top level experts in fundamental chemical disciplines - inorganic, organic, macromolecular, physical and analytical chemistry. Students gain deep theoretical knowledge of the above disciplines and also practical experience in the field of synthesis, isolation and characterization of chemical substances. The programme also aims to provide students good orientation in chemical problems in a broad context. Compulsory courses included in the programme extend general knowledge of chemistry oriented disciplines. Optional courses allow students to specialize in a particular area according to their choice.

Graduate profile

The graduates can find jobs primarily in laboratories oriented either to basic or applied research or in analytical laboratories. They may also work in small-scale production of specialty chemicals or in the pharmaceutical industry. As the graduates are well informed also in a number of areas related to their branch of studies they can easily adapt for a variety of other jobs. They can work in administration and in supervisory bodies. The graduates are also prepared to continue their studies at the PhD level.

Application

Applications start 10th January 2018
Applications end 29th March 2018
Start of study: 10th September 2018
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Contact

E-mail: int@uct-prague.eu
Phone: + 420 220 443 158, + 420 220 444 456
Address University of Chemistry and Technology, Prague
Department of International Relations
Technická 5
166 28 Praha 6
Czech Republic

Degree master post bachelor
Study duration 2 years
Language English
Place Prague
School fees € 2300 per year 1

1 The tuition fee is for the whole academic year/2 semesters.

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