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Study opportunities

Advanced Spectroscopy in Chemistry (European master programme)

Degrees

Master of Science (M.Sc.)

Requirements

Bachelor degree in chemistry or another natural science or engineering subject, English B2, aptitude test

Description

As part of the Utrecht Network European initiative, a joint programme in Advanced Spectroscopy in Chemistry will be offered as the first European study programme in chemistry, organised in co-operation with six other universities (Bergen, Bologna, Helsinki, Krakow, Lille and Madrid). This English-language study programme is designed as a consecutive master degree following a six-semester bachelor’ programme. It foci on advanced spectroscopic methods, placing emphasis on the structure of chemical and biochemical compounds. The methods NMR/ESR, MS, optic spectroscopy and X-ray structure analysis will be of particular significance. But, based on this in-depth understanding of structural aspects, the synthesis of defined complex structures is also possible. The programme is designed to consist of one joint first semester having the same content at the seven participating universities. This is followed by a mobility phase in the second and third semesters, during which students must change universities and attend compulsory and selected modules at the other universities. Each of the partner universities has the chance to contribute its own specialist aspects. The fourth semester will be devoted to the master’s dissertation.

graduation admission Studies commencing in study period study guide offer since/at
Master of Science (M.Sc.) Unrestricted admission with aptitude test W & S 4 PDF WS 2006/2007

last update: 18.12.2017 

Academic Advisor

Prof.Dr.rer.nat.habil. Reinhard Denecke (Master)
phone: +49 341 97-36451
E-Mail

Contact

Faculty of Chemistry and Mineralogy

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