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This programme provides extensive chemical knowledge and thorough training in current research. You will learn to deepen and apply your new knowledge to solve the interdisciplinary problems of the future, in both an industrial and an academic setting. The programme is anchored in the strong research environment of the Chemistry Department.
What is the programme all about?
The Master of Chemistry (Leuven) programme prepares the student to conduct solid research in an academic or industrial setting. Students apply the newly acquired knowledge and skills to identify a research question, to establish its chemical and social context, and to design a pathway to address this particular question.
The full master’s programme comprises 120 ECTS credits, including 18 ECTS for compulsory courses, and 42 ECTS for electives. In addition, you develop practical skills in an external internship in industry or a research institute (30 ECTS), while the remaining 30 ECTS are allocated to a master's project.
There are three exciting tracks to choose from: Theoretical and Structural Chemistry, Sustainable Chemistry, and Nanostructured Materials. Each track is on the leading edge of research and development in chemistry.
Notes about fees for this course
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For more information about the entry requirements for this course, please visit the institution website or contact the institution.
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