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Chemistry

Degree type
MSc
Language of education
English
Duration
24 months
Tuition fee EU/EEA
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Tuition fee Non EU/EEA
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Education type
Parttime
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Application deadline
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Accreditations
nvao
Type of institution
Research University
City
Amsterdam

Program description

The programme in Chemistry exposes students to frontline research. Chemistry has plays a key role in social and economic progress. It now forms the bridge between biology and physics & mathematics.

The Master's programme in Chemistry exposes students to research at the frontline of a fascinating discipline. Both nationally and internationally chemistry has been acknowledged as playing a key role in social and economic progress. It now forms the bridge between biology at one end of the spectrum (biomolecular chemistry) and physics and mathematics at the other (physical-theoretical chemistry). Traditionally, organic and analytical chemistry (synthesising and measuring) lie at the heart of the discipline. As a multifaceted science, chemistry is an exciting field of study in which every student can find an area suited to their individual talents and ambitions.

Subjects
There are 5 specializations: Analytical Sciences; Biomolecular Sciences; Environmental Sciences; Molecular Design, Synthesis and Catalysis; Physical Sciences.

Objectives
There is a wide range of opportunities at the Universiteit van Amsterdam; you can for example combine chemistry with biology or you can extend your knowledge of physical or more theoretical aspects of chemistry.

Admission requirements

Language requirements

CAE: B1, CPE: B1, IELTS overall band: 6.5, IELTS listening: 6, IELTS reading: 6, IELTS writing: 6, IELTS speaking: 6, TOEFL paper based: 580, TOEFL computer based: 232, TOEFL internet based: 90

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