A first or an upper second-class honours degree is required.
Months of entry
This programme is for anyone who is interested in developing their research further or those who wish to follow career pathways which require research skills. During the application process you will be asked to submit a research proposal. In order for us to assist you throughout the duration of your research degree it is important that your research interests fall into the research areas that the school is involved with. Research Areas: chemistry with specialisms in: inorganic main group chemistry; porous materials; inorganic heterocycles; borate; silicates; nmr; computational chemistry; virtual reality; computer graphics; self-assembled monolayers; enzyme prodrug therapy; biosensors; sensors for tuberculosis; botulinum neurotoxins; bacterial fuel cells; green/sustainable chemistry; advanced inorganic materials chemistry; bioinorganic; x-ray absorption spectroscopy; metalloproteins; structure/function studies; conjugated polymers; functional pi-electron organic materials; organic electronics; light-emitting polymers; green energy; nanomaterial; design; synthesis and characterisation of pi-functional conjugated materials; hydrogels; biodegradable polymers; tissue engineering; drug delivery; plant extraction for biologically active compounds; environmental fate of distinct compounds in different ecosystem compartment (plant, soil, water, air); plant volatiles; elemental analysis; method developments for advanced chromatography.
Please see the website for a full list.
Information for international students
The minimum IELTS requirements are a 6.5 in the writing element and a 6.5 in the reading with no other element below 6.0.
Fees and funding
EPSRC/UK funding bodies; British and Commonwealth Councils
Qualification and course duration
Course contact details
- Dr Martina Lahmann
- 01248 382375