The BSc (Hons) in Chemistry 2+2 programme is designed to exploit your curiosity for chemistry, to provide an advanced understanding of the core principles and topics of chemistry, to encourage you to express your ideas clearly and logically, to develop your approach towards independent learning, and to adapt to a wide variety of careers in the knowledge-based economy of the 21st century.
Our educational aim is that graduates from the BSc (Hons) in Chemistry course have an excellent knowledge and understanding of theoretical and practical chemistry that, following appropriate training and experience, will enable them to pursue for a wide range of chemistry careers in academia or industry.
This programme is taught entirely in English and the degree awards are identical to those in the Nottingham UK.
You will gain laboratory experience in hands-on practical classes that typically run for up to eight hours per week during the first year of your course, and which extend to 12 hours per week in the second and third years. These classes introduce you to the current synthetic and analytical approaches in chemistry and the operation in modern instrumentation. Practical sessions are held in modern laboratories housed within our university. In your third year, you will work on short-term, team-based projects to develop your independence and time management skills.
You will be assigned a personal tutor who will guide your studies and help you to select modules that match your interests and ambitions. Your personal tutor is your first port of call in the school if you have any problems or questions and they will take an interest in your personal and academic development, offering you help, encouragement and guidance.