Studying Chemistry at a UK university will equip you with the knowledge and skills needed to fulfil an exciting career in research and development. Undergraduate Chemistry modules include modern chemistry fundamentals, organic, physical and inorganic chemistry, mathematics, the living earth, all of which will incorporate organic, physical, structural and biochemistry.
All UK universities that offer chemistry have state of the art professional labs, providing the best practical experience available. Teaching staff are industry proven experts and researchers in their field, while skills such as project management, communication and enhanced problem solving will be developed.
Chemistry is a constantly evolving subject that pushes the boundaries of what is possible in the areas of science, engineering and medicine. Whether studying the biology of human life, working alongside scientists or impacting breakthrough technology, a Chemistry degree will help you influence the world we live in.
Chemistry graduates often find employment in the research and development sector, with specific roles in pharmaceuticals, healthcare and engineering all popular. The transferable skills taught throughout your degree also see many students move into management, teaching and journalism.
Source: Higher Education Statistics Agency, Destination of Leavers from Higher Education 2016-17.
Please note that entry requirements vary for each UK university.
To learn more about the best Chemistry courses in the UK, find details on the top ten ranking Chemistry universities in the Guardian University Guide 2022 below:
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