Specific entry requirements for each PhD project vary but, generally, we are looking for applicants with the following:
- A first or upper second-class degree in a relevant subject area or a recognised equivalent from an accredited overseas institution or an equivalent professional qualification.
The following information may also be factored into your application:
- A masters qualification is desirable but not always essential.
- Relevant experience within the field may also be taken into account.
To check the entry requirements for a project please select it from the table on the postgraduate research opportunities page.
Months of entry
A long-established department with a distinguished record of research in the major areas of chemistry. Good facilities in current accommodation. Move to new purpose-built laboratories in 2001/2. Academic staff: 20. Research workers: 50. Capital equipment: NMR, EPR, MRI, X-ray diffraction, mass spectrometry, surface analysis, laser spectrometry, high-level computational facilities.
Organic and Inorganic Synthesis and Mechanisms; Advanced Organic and Inorganic Materials; Biological and Biomedical Chemistry; Electrochemistry and Electrosynthesis; Surface Chemistry; Photochemical and Atmospheric Studies; Computational Chemistry
Fees and funding
EPSRC, EU, college, industrial sources and other grants.
Qualification and course duration
Course contact details
- School of Biological and Chemical Sciences
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