Study opportunities  

Study opportunities



Bachelor of Science. (B.Sc.)
Master of Science. (M.Sc.)


For the master programme: Bachelor degree required, English B2 at least, English C1 recommended


The bachelor programme teaches the basic principles of the following chemical subjects: analytical chemistry, inorganic chemistry, biochemistry, organic chemistry, physical chemistry, technical chemistry and theoretical chemistry. In addition, students will acquire a chemistry-related knowledge of physics, mathematics, computer science, toxicology and law to an extent enabling them to apply this knowledge independently to solve chemical problems. Internships also play an important role on this programme. 

The master programme in chemistry is research-oriented and will qualify students in independent scientific reasoning and to be able to successfully solve problems in different field of science and technology. Students have a wide range of choice of subjects in the fields of in-depth studies of analytical chemistry, inorganic chemistry, organic chemistry, physical chemistry, technical chemistry or theoretical chemistry and the specialisation subjects chemistry/biosciences, chemistry of boundary layers, material studies and environmental chemistry.

graduation admission Studies commencing in study period study guide offer since/at
Bachelor of Science. (B.Sc.) Unrestricted admission W 6 PDF WS 2005/2006
Master of Science. (M.Sc.) Unrestricted admission with subject-specific admission requirements W & S 4 PDF WS 2005/2006

last update: 23.09.2018 

Academic Advisor

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

Dr.rer.nat. Sina Gruschinski (Bachelor)
phone: +49 341 97-36002


Faculty of Chemistry and Mineralogy