Masters Programs in Chemistry

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Chemistry

Did you always look forward to experimenting with various substances in the lab? Have you ever wondered what the products you're using and eating really consist of? Chemistry can answer all of these questions and more, and you can turn your natural curiosity into a rewarding career with a Master in Chemistry.

With a Master in Chemistry, you will investigate matter and the changes it undergoes. Composition, structure and properties are some of the things a chemist will learn more about, just to mention a few. And Chemistry isn't only for scientists and researchers; a Master in Chemistry can lead the way to a career in law (patent or environmental), technical writing, engineering, and even military systems. Within the Chemistry field itself, there are a multitude of sub-disciplines. In a Master in Chemistry program, you can study Analytical Chemistry, Neurochemistry and even Physical Chemistry.

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Master of Chemical Engineering

Klaipeda University
Campus Full time 3 semesters September 2017 Lithuania Klaipeda

The objective of the Master programme in Petroleum Technological Processes is to develop the knowledge in the fields of oil extraction, oil – refining (processing), quality control of oil products, decontaminating of oil wastes chemical processes and technologies. The graduates of these study programme are ready for research and practical activities by organizing and out scientific investigations and... [+]

Masters in Chemistry. Master of Chemical Engineering The objective of the Master programme in Petroleum Technological Processes is to develop the knowledge in the fields of oil extraction, oil – refining (processing), quality control of oil products, decontaminating of oil wastes chemical processes and technologies. The graduates of these study programme are ready for research and practical activities by organizing and out scientific investigations and solving problems of production. Master of these profession could work at enterprises of oil – refining (processing), oil – fields, scientific research institutions, at laboratories etc. Key learning outcomes Knowledge and Understanding A1 Knowledge and understanding of the modern oil production, processing, transportation and oil waste decontamination technologies, knowledge of modern achievements in oil technology, combining productions issues with the environmental requirements; A2 Understanding of oil processing and chemical oil synthesis processes, the formation of oil geological patterns of the earth bowels; A3 Coherent knowledge of oil and its products properties, rheology, basics of scientific research, technological processes optimization and management; A4 Understand critically of essence and peculiarities of oil technological processes. Engineering Analysis B1 The ability to apply theoretical knowledge and research results for solving qualitative and quantitative not completely defined and various types problems in the constantly changing oil and petrochemical technology development; B2 The ability to apply their knowledge and understanding to analyze and critically evaluate research results, new oil production, processing, transportation and waste decontamination technologies from the social, economic and safety point of view; B3 The ability to form and solve new problems in the field of oil technological processes and provide relevant solution; B4 The ability to use innovative methods for solving problems; B5 The ability to apply their knowledge and understanding to making professional decisions, balancing the cost, safety, quality, reliability and environmental impact. Investigations D1 The ability to use literary search tools for finding relevant information and obtain required data; D2 The ability to design and conduct analytic, modelling and experimental investigations, starting with problem formulation, method and equipment selection; D3 The ability to use various chemical and instrumental analysis methods, equipment and substances for chemical process analysis; to evaluate the accuracy of the used methods and reliability of the research results; D4 The ability to critically evaluate the research results and draw conclusions; D5 The ability to investigate the application of new and emerging oil technologies in business and industry. Engineering Practice E1 The ability to integrate the scientific knowledge from different branches, to implement and evaluate new oil and chemical technologies taking into account of technical, economic, social and environmental aspects; E2 A comprehensive understanding of applicable techniques and methods and of their advantage and limitations; E3 Knowledge of the ethical, environmental and commercial constraints of engineering practice. Transferable Skills F1 Fulfil all the Transferable Skill requirements of a First Cycle graduate at the more demanding level of Second Cycle ( The ability to clearly and correctly present research results and conclusions in written and oral form for various audiences; an analytical, systematic and critical thinking skills to solve problems having contradictory informatio); F2 The ability to work independently and as a member of team, that may be composed of representatives from various areas (specialties) and levels, to solve problems and manage the activity; F3 The ability to work and communicate effectively with representatives of other organizations in national and international contexts, to critically evaluate new ideas. Occupational profiles of graduates with examples Acquired the chemical engineering Master's degree can work as research, technology, expert, advisory and managerial work in oil refineries, oil-fields, petroleum and petroleum product terminals, scientific institutions, chemical laboratories, continue to doctoral studies, the acquisition of managerial and practical experience to work in business or department heads. Specific admission requirements Minimum access requirements: Bachelor degree or its equivalent Minimum access qualification degree: Specific arrangements for recognition of prior learning (formal, non-formal and informal) Study subjects or parts thereof, corresponding to formal and subject requirements of selected study programme, may be included to individuals who graduated, studied or are presently studying at institutions of higher education in Lithuania or other countries, accredited in accordance with Lithuanian higher education curriculum, and who want to continue their studies at the University at the same or inferior cycle or studies of other studies programmes. [-]

Master In Chemical And Biotechnological Process Engineering

University of Cagliari
Campus Full time 2 years October 2017 Italy Cagliari

The goal of the course is to train the professional figure of Chemical Engineer, recognized at European and World level, as defined by the European Federation of Chemical Engineers (EFCE). The Regulations of the Master of Science in Chemical Engineering and Biotechnological Processes dell'EFCE implements the recommendations concerning the expected learning outcomes at the end of the first level ... [+]

educational objectives of the class: LM-22 Chemical Engineering Graduates from the Master's degree course must: - thorough knowledge of the theoretical and scientific aspects of mathematics and other basic sciences and be able to use this knowledge to interpret and describe complex engineering problems or those requiring an interdisciplinary approach ; - Thorough knowledge of the theoretical and scientific aspects of engineering, both in general and specifically in relation to those of chemical engineering, in which they are able to identify, formulate and solve in an innovative, complex problems or those requiring an interdisciplinary approach ; - Be able to conceive, plan, design and manage systems, complex and / or innovative processes and services; - Be able to design and manage highly complex experiments; - It is equipped with context knowledge and transversal capacity; - Have expertise in business organization (corporate culture) and professional ethics; - Be able to be fluent in written and oral form, at least one European language besides Italian with reference to disciplinary vocabularies. The admission to the postgraduate courses of the class requires possession of the curricular requirements that foresee, however, an adequate command of general scientific methods and content in the basic sciences and engineering disciplines, preparatory to those provided for in characterizing ' sort of this master degree class. The master degree course must also culminate in an important design activities, which will eventually lead to an elaborate demonstrating mastery of the subjects, the ability to work independently and a good level of communication skills. The main career opportunities provided by the Master degree course are: innovation and development of production, advanced design, planning and scheduling, management of complex systems, both in private practice and in manufacturing or services and public administrations. Graduates may find employment with: chemical, food, pharmaceutical and process; manufacturing, processing, transportation and storage of substances and materials; industrial laboratories; technical departments of public administration delegated to environmental governance and security. The universities organize, in collaboration with public and private institutions, internships and apprenticeships. Synthesis of consultation with representative organizations at the local level of production, services, professions The meeting between the University and the representatives of the world of Labor Organizations, Services and Production for the presentation of teaching regulations of the Master of Science of the Faculty of Engineering of the University of Cagliari, took place November 27, 2009, at the 'Aula Magna of the Faculty. The meeting was attended by representatives of the Chamber of Commerce, of the Order of Engineers of the Province of Cagliari, the federation of associations of engineers of Sardinia, the Association of Industrialists of the Province of Cagliari, the Confindustria, CRS4, the SARAS SpA, dell ' Alkhela Srl, the Axis Srl. All present felt Teaching regulation proposed by the Faculty of Engineering with the needs of the territory and expressed a favorable opinion, giving some suggestions on possible complementary activities that may be proposed, in collaboration with some of the intervening parties. However it should be noted that all degree courses, in all phases of the work, they consulted the subjects of specific interest to them, discussing the construction of the new teaching organization and the comments received, finding interlocutors fully consenting on the proposals. specific learning objectives of the course and description of the training course The goal of the course is to train the professional figure of Chemical Engineer, recognized at European and World level, as defined by the European Federation of Chemical Engineers (EFCE). The Regulations of the Master of Science in Chemical and Process Engineering Biotechnology incorporates the dell'EFCE recommendations with respect to the learning outcomes expected at the end of the first level and the signs of the "Second cycle degree core curriculum" as set out in the "Recommendations for EFCE document Chemical Engineering Education in a Bologna Two Cycle Degree System "(July 2005). The CL's Degree in Chemical Engineering and Biotechnological Processes aims to provide students with an adequate study and updating of general scientific methods and contents, the enrichment of specific professional skills, and mastery of innovative design methods in the context of ' chemical engineering and chemical technology and biotechnology. Purpose of CL's Degree in Chemical Engineering and Process is therefore to provide graduates with a training course, in accordance with the guidelines dell'EFCE that allows: - use the increased knowledge of chemical phenomena, physical and biological agents in order to develop advanced mathematical models for chemical and biotechnological processes and be able to solve them; - Be able to analyze, evaluate and compare the different possibilities for the development of experiments, methodologies and technologies for the process industry, production of goods and / or services and for the protection and / or the environmental recovery; - Be able to study independently and critically new topics; - Develop methodologies and technologies (including environmental and safety aspects) of the process industry and industries for the production of goods or services and for the recovery or the environment. Consistent with the provisions of the EFCE document, the training of graduate degree in Chemical Engineering and Biotechnological Processes provides a series of teachings directed to improving public awareness, provided between the access requirements, and topics specifically identified in the document as characterizing EFCE the degree in chemical engineering, in particular transport phenomena, kinetics and industrial chemistry. Subsequently, the course includes lessons aimed at the design, modeling and process management, with particular reference to the state of research and industrial development. These lessons will be taught by teachers whose scientific research activity is carried out in specific areas. Apart from knowledge recognized at European level for the chemical engineer, the course includes some lessons related to the needs of the territory, in particular the presence of large industries that operate in the field of processing of raw materials and production of biomaterials, energy and services. Knowledge and understanding (knowledge and understanding) Graduates will be able to: - know the methods of the specialist disciplines of chemical engineering, relevant for the proper definition and the search for solutions to complex engineering problems of chemical and biotechnological processes; - Be able to understand the problems concerning design analysis and management of the processes for the transformation of matter and the production of energy, involving chemical and biochemical reactions also through access to the relevant specialist literature. - Be able to understand the issues regarding health and safety, sustainability and environmental impact of a chemical process or biotechnology. - Be able to understand the practical applications of process engineering, with particular reference to the industrial reality of the Sardinian territory. The knowledge and understanding are achieved through the learning activities organized in the teachings characteristic of the field of chemical engineering and related basic activities of the chemical and biological areas and other engineering fields. The teaching methods used include participation in lectures, tutorials, seminars, supervised home study and independent study. In addition, as part of some of the lessons will be provided for visits to facilities and participation in seminars. Assessment of the achievement of learning outcomes is mainly by carrying out intermediate tests, test papers written or oral, ending with the award of a judgment. Applying knowledge and understanding (applying knowledge and understanding) Graduates must: - be able to easily manage the advanced operational tools useful for the development of chemical engineering, modeling, design and management of chemical and biotechnological processes. - Know how to use the knowledge acquired and acquirable for process innovation in the processing industry, in consideration of the results achieved by the scientific community; - Be able to produce physical / mathematical models for the analysis of the characteristics and performance of equipment, systems and processes for the production of products and materials, also in reference to the sustainability of the processes and the biocompatibility of the materials; - Know how to select, design study and apply advanced methods for the regulation and control of chemical and biotechnological processes; - Identify and use, including the operations and the jobs available, those most likely to sustainability and environmental protection in relation to industrial activities in general and those in the chemical industry, in particular. These skills will be developed mainly in the compulsory courses characterizing and related through the examination of real cases. During the activities aimed at 'integration into the labor market and in the elaboration of the final exam it will be able to assess the learners' ability to apply their knowledge. Making judgments (Making judgments) Graduates will: - organize and conduct experiments related to chemical and biotechnological processes of complex type, together with the interpretation of the results obtained and the formulation of a critical judgment on them. - Identify, formulate and solve complex and articulated problems related to the functional design, the management and adaptation of plants in the process industry, chemistry and biotechnology, also based on economic considerations and safety assessment and dell ' environmental impact. The independent judgment skills are accomplished through participation in training activities, including work placement and laboratories and the preparation of the thesis. The teaching methods used include participation in seminars and exercises in the classroom or in the laboratory, conducting individual and group projects, supervised home study and independent study. The achievement of learning outcomes is mainly by the performance of tests, test papers written or oral, execution of projects. Communication skills (communication skills) Graduates will: - demonstrate ability to properly communicate technical and scientific field, through the preparation and presentation of design documents and technical reports relating to the knowledge gained in the training course; - Be able to communicate information, ideas, problems and solutions to stakeholders specialists and non-specialists also using graphical representation methods. - Be able to actively participate and coordinate a multidisciplinary team. - Use appropriate methods and different languages ​​to communicate effectively with the engineering community, with different interlocutors at a technical level and with society in general. It intends to develop these skills through the teaching of teachers who, using various forms of communication, are an example of effective communication. Moreover the exams, which typically consist of tests both written and oral, are a stimulus to the proper development of communication skills both written and oral, as well as an evaluation of the same. At the end of the training course is planned during the course of a project activity which includes drawings, specifications and technical reports prepared in accordance with international standards. Even the final test provides the opportunity to check the capacity of analysis, processing and communication of the work done in providing discussion, before a commission, a report produced by the student on a subject area of ​​the training course. Participation in internships, internships and study abroad prove to be very useful tools for the development of communication skills of the individual student. employment and career opportunities for graduates Main functions: - coordinates the activities of definition of production processes and processing and the design of systems for the process industry and for the production of energy - supervises the driving of industrial installations for chemical and biotechnological productions, the food industries , pharmaceutical and for the production, distribution and use of energy - designs and manages installations for the clean-up, for the treatment of fumes, for the disposal of waste, for the purification of water and for the remediation of polluted soils - conducting the analysis risk for processes and installations for the processing of raw materials and for industrial activities in general - coordinates research and development activities in the field of process engineering and the production of materials - manages the design of control systems for the processes of transformation - It performs modeling and functional and constructive design of equipment and systems for the process industry. - Promotes innovation in science and technology development in the chemical and biotechnological processes. The course prepares students for professions chemical and petroleum engineers - (2.2.1.5.1) Learning skills (learning skills) Graduates must develop the learning skills necessary to update continuously on methods, techniques and tools specialized in the field of chemical engineering. It shall also be able to source, consult and interpret the main bibliographic sources for the technical literature and the national law, their European and international industry. The graduate must also masterful ability to develop self-learning to enable them to deal profitably higher level courses, such as second-level Master and PhD courses. To achieve these objectives the preparation of some of the compulsory courses and related characterizing require consultation and the use of bibliographic sources. Also the preparation of the final test will allow to develop the learning capacity of the student and will also be a moment of verification by the faculty. Skills required for access To be admitted to the Master of Science in Chemical Engineering and Biotechnological Processes must be in possession of degree or university diploma of three years, or five-year single-cycle, or another qualification obtained abroad and recognized as valid. And 'it required the knowledge of the English language at least level B1. The Academic Regulations of the Master's Degree in Chemical Engineering and Biotechnological Processes defines the curricular requirements for admission which can not be lower than the following: Degree title or university degree of three years for the obtaining of which have been met: At least 30 credits in the areas identified in the core course classes of L9 (Industrial Engineering); L7 (Civil and Environmental Engineering); L8 (Information Engineering); L27 (Chemical Science and Technology); L2 (Biotechnology). At least 45 credits in the areas identified among the characteristic classes of L9 (Industrial Engineering); L7 (Civil and Environmental Engineering); L8 (Information Engineering); L27 (Chemical Science and Technology); L2 (Biotechnology). five-year university degree in one cycle between those indicated in the academic regulations of the Master of Science in Chemical Engineering and Biotechnological Processes. It 'also planned to adequate initial preparation with procedures defined in the Academic Regulations of the Master's Degree in Chemical Engineering and Biotechnological Processes. The curricular requirements must be fulfilled before the assessment of individual preparation. The Academic Regulations also defines the criteria to be applied in the case of graduates with requirements different from those mentioned above and in the case of foreign students. Also in the Academic Regulations it will eventually be listed among the requirements for admission, the minimum mark and the maximum time for the achievement of the degree to which you possess. The Academic Regulations define the method of verifying the adequacy of the candidates personal preparation. Final exam The final exam consists of the discussion of a thesis, resulting from an activity on a trial, or modeling-design on matters relating to the contents of the Master's Degree Course, to be developed under the guidance of a teacher, also in collaboration with public and private entities , manufacturing and service companies, research centers operating in the field of interest. During the preparation of the student thesis must, first, to analyze the technical and scientific literature on the subject in the study. Downstream of this phase, the graduate will, independently and depending on the type of thesis: - in the case of modeling work, develop and solve the proposed model applied to the problem in order to analyze the corresponding variations in the characteristics variables of the system behavior and be able to interpret the results obtained; - In the case of experimental work, conduct a trial and be able to process the results in a critical way to allow the application even in conditions different from those investigated; - In the case of project work to identify the most convenient process, analyzing the technological, economic, safety, environmental impact and the control dimensioning in all or part of the plant itself. Maximum number of recognizable credits (DM 16/3/2007 Art 4) 9 (Credit recognizable on the basis of professional knowledge and skills certified individually, as well as other knowledge and skills gained through educational activities of post-secondary level to which the design and construction with the university) [-]

Master in Chemical Biology

University of Geneva
Campus Full time 3 semesters February 2017 Switzerland Geneva

The Master in Chemical Biology prepares students to think beyond the State-of-the-art. Specifically, students will learn how to probe biological problems at the molecular level using innovative chemistry and biophysical approaches. The Degree is awarded by the University of Geneva in collaboration with the École polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL). Students will be embedded within the National Centre for Competence in Research (NCCR) in Chemical Biology where they will receive individualized and highly interdisciplinary (biology, chemistry, physics) training from world-renowned researchers. [+]

Masters in Chemistry. Master in Chemical Biology The Master in Chemical Biology prepares students to think beyond the State-of-the-art. Specifically, students will learn how to probe biological problems at the molecular level using innovative chemistry and biophysical approaches. The Degree is awarded by the University of Geneva in collaboration with the École polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL). Students will be embedded within the National Centre for Competence in Research (NCCR) in Chemical Biology where they will receive individualized and highly interdisciplinary (biology, chemistry, physics) training from world-renowned researchers. www.nccr-chembio.ch Curriculum Required Courses (25Credits) : Current topics in Chemical biology and Biomembranes; Basic techniques in chemical biology; Tutorial; Microscopy and imaging course and Chemical Biology Courses are scheduled at UNIGE or EPFL Electives (25Credits) : Include courses at either UNIGE or EPFL and include Element of bioinformatics, Biophysics II, Image processing, Chemistry of small Biological Molecules, Cellular signaling, Bioactive compounds screening, etc. Two Practical Placements and dissertation (25Credits) Mobility Students may earn up to 30 credits while on exchange. They may also conduct research outside the university, under the supervision of a faculty member, or do a work placement at a leading external laboratory in order to complete their Master’s degree. www.unige.ch/exchange Opportunities The Master in Chemical Biology leads to a number of opportunities both in Switzerland and abroad, including: Regulations and scientific patents Management and sales Academic research (doctoral, post-doctoral) Medical research laboratories Private sector research, development and production, etc. Admission Criteria A Bachelor in Chemistry, Biology, Physics, Biochemistry or a degree deemed equivalent upon review of the application, subject to supplementary classes and prerequisites for certain degrees. Applications Deadline: 30 April 2017* (28 February 2017 for applicants who require a visa under Swiss Confederation regulations) www.unige.ch/immat admissions.unige.ch *Candidates who hold a Swiss Bachelor or equivalent degree and have not been able to meet this deadline may contact the Faculty’s academic advisor and the person in charge of the Master’s programme to find out if it is possible to join the course. [-]

Master of Philosophy (Electromaterials)

Deakin University - Institute for Frontier Materials
Campus Full time Part time 2 years March 2017 Australia Melbourne Wollongong + 2 more

Would you like to discover new materials and develop smart devices to help solve some of today’s most challenging global problems? [+]

Study for a Research Masters Degree in Australia Would you like to discover new materials and develop smart devices to help solve some of today’s most challenging global problems? This is your chance. As a student in the world-first Master of Philosophy (Electromaterials) course, your study will be hands-on – discovering new materials, using cutting-edge characterisation techniques and assembling new materials into electrochemical devices for applications in clean energy, health or advanced manufacturing. You’ll be working with leading, world-renowned researchers in electromaterials through the ARC Centre of Excellence for Electromaterials Science. You’ll choose from a variety of unique research projects – anything from medical bionics to sustainable energy generation, robotic hands to solar water splitting and the next generation of battery designs. The Institute for Frontier Materials at Deakin University has teamed up with the University of Wollongong to offer this unique opportunity. Core units will be streamed live between the two campuses, so you get the best of both worlds. Find out more about how you can play a part in developing solutions for global issues through the Master of Philosophy (Electromaterials). Students in the M(Phil) Electromaterials will be hosted by the Institute for Frontier Materials (IFM) and work as part of a team with IFM researchers, developing innovative solutions for the clean energy, human health and next generation manufacturing industries. ARC Centre of Excellence for Electromaterials Science (ACES) The Federal Government funded ACES through the Australian Research Council in 2014 to turn our knowledge of materials into the next generation of ‘smart devices’ for the benefit of the community. ACES is led by the University of Wollongong and incorporates six Australian collaborators and five international partner organisations known for their expertise in materials and device fabrication. Through its network of collaborating and partner organisations, ACES has access to world-class facilities and capabilities that can help advance our research and industrial objectives. [-]

Master of Science in Food Science and Safety

Kaunas University of Technology
Campus Full time 2 years September 2017 Lithuania Kaunas

This programme is designed for preparation of wide profile food science specialists both for food industry and the companies performing research of food products and development of new products enriched by advanced natural antioxidants, antimicrobial substances, rheological characteristics and texture of various components. The first and most modern in Lithuania Food Science and Technology Competence Centre facilitates students’ research and applied competences using four unique semi-industrial lines of food technologies (bread, beer, meat, fish, dairy products). [+]

Masters in Chemistry. Food Science and Safety Master of Science in Technologies This programme is designed for preparation of wide profile food science specialists both for food industry and the companies performing research of food products and development of new products enriched by advanced natural antioxidants, antimicrobial substances, rheological characteristics and texture of various components. The first and most modern in Lithuania Food Science and Technology Competence Centre facilitates students’ research and applied competences using four unique semi-industrial lines of food technologies (bread, beer, meat, fish, dairy products). The Master + model offers either to masterpiece in the chosen discipline by choosing the Field Expert track or to strengthen the interdisciplinary skills by choosing the Interdisciplinary Expert track emphasising managerial skills or a choice of a different competence to compliment the chosen discipline and achieve a competitive advantage in one’s career. Top reasons to study @KTU Why KTU? Why Lithuania? Course outline More information about programme ktu.edu/m/food-science-and-safety Academic mobility & internship opportunities KTU students are encouraged to use academic mobility programme among which Erasmus+ is the most popular. More than 350 Erasmus+ and 100 other bilateral agreements are made for student exchange, and the students may spend 1 semester in a partner university of KTU and gain credits which are transferred into their study plan. Just few universities-partners of the programme are Mendel University in Brno (Czech Republic), University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences (Austria), Technical University of Denmark (Denmark); Polytechnic University of Valencia (Spain), University of Angers (France). Internship (studies practice) can be performed additionally to study plan (in summer between the 1st and 2nd year or as a part of Research projects). The students of this programme may perform internship in Lithuania or abroad using Erasmus+, IAESTE, AIESEC, ISIEC, P4V, etc. academic mobility programmes and designated scholarship. Graduates’ internships are offered as well. The main business partners of the programme are the leaders in food industry in the country: Vičiūnai group, AB Kauno grūdai, AB Žemaitijos pienas, AB Švyturys - Utenos Alus, AB Volfas Engelman, UAB ICECO etc. Graduate careers Graduates of Food Science and Safety are easily employed by the companies of food industry or the institutions related to research of food products. Employers value the programme's graduates, because they are able to rapidly find solutions to the problems arising during production and product control. Advice of a student/graduate "Unequivocally, Food Science and Safety study programme was the right choice for me. This study programme provided exclusive chemical knowledge of the components of food products, their characteristics and changes during processing. All material acquired during the lectures and collected library is applied in daily production context. It should be mentioned, that this study programme involves lectures of food safety and quality systems, which we successfully ("by the book") introduced in our new production. Knowledge, acquired during Master degree studies, learned correct work principles and consolidated ability to make conclusions and summarize the achieved results contributed to rapid and successful employment at the successful company of food industry." –, AB Amilina (Roquette group), Senior Technologist Ignas Mackėla Application and admission requirements Academic Requirements Applications are submitted online on http://apply.ktu.edu and all requested documents must be uploaded onto the electronic application form. University Bachelor (a minimum of a 3 years) degree certificate and its supplement (legalised by Ministry of Foreign Affairs, translated into English and notary verified); Minimum average grade (CGPA) > 60 % in each entry subject; Research activities, articles are not required but gives higher entry score. Entry score is calculated where the weight in % of each entry subject is as follows: 70% CGPA 20% Research activities, articles, if any 10% Motivation (skype interview) proficiency in English: IELTS ≥6.0, TOEFL ≥85, CEFR ≥C1, or equivalent, motivation letter followed by skype interview, digital photo, notary verified copy of passport or ID (for the EU citizens only). For transfer students additionally: original academic transcript of ongoing education at university and the description of taken courses. Programme qualification requirement: Bachelor in chemical engineering with food/nutrition specialisation Application deadline EU, EEA, CIS, Georgia, Turkey applicants: 30 July EU applicants for free of charge studies: 10 July International applicants: 30 June The admission offer is given within 10 days after full submission of online application and motivation interview if requested (except for those who apply for state funded places). Fees and scholarships Tuition fee EU citizens and citizens with Lithuanian origin: Lithuania provides free of charge studies for EU citizens based on study field quota and competition therefore all EU citizens and those whose parents or grandparents hold Lithuanian citizenship once are encouraged to apply for state funded places. Application deadline is 10 July. Those who have lower entry score but still meet minimum entry requirements may study as fee payers. Non-EU citizens: 4000 EUR / year. Scholarships and discounts KTU may award scholarships for applicants with outstanding qualifications and for good academic results throughout studies (for all citizens). KTU also acknowledges possible grants from your home institutions and/or other relevant foundations/organisations. Special discounts are applied for the EU-candidate countries citizens (Albania, Montenegro, Serbia, The former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Turkey). More information on admissions.ktu.edu Living costs The cost of living depends on individual habits and lifestyle (food, entertainment, travelling, hygiene, services, etc.). Books and other study materials are provided by university. KTU offers accommodation in KTU residencies (monthly rates vary from EUR 50 to 140). Overall estimated cost of living per month is ~EUR 450. Key facts Study language: English Duration: 2 years (120 ECTS), Delivery mode: on campus (Kaunas, Lithuania) Studies commence: 1st September Mode of studies: full time Application deadline: EU, EEA, CIS, Georgia, Turkey applicants: 30 July EU applicants for free of charge studies: 10 July International applicants: 30 June [-]

MPhil Chemistry

Forman Christian College
Campus Full time 2 years February 2017 Pakistan Lahore

FC College started the MPhil Chemistry program in 2009 to produce highly educated and skilled chemists. This is a critical requirement for Pakistan which needs to upgrade the state of its industries and other sectors to be able to compete in the world and meet new challenges. [+]

FC College started the MPhil Chemistry program in 2009 to produce highly educated and skilled chemists. This is a critical requirement for Pakistan which needs to upgrade the state of its industries and other sectors to be able to compete in the world and meet new challenges. The Department of Chemistry is located in the new Armacost Science Building. It consists of large modern lecture rooms/halls, two seminar rooms with audio-video arrangements and four large modern laboratories. There is also an instrument laboratory and six postgraduate laboratories for research only. The Department is equipped with the latest models of the following instruments: atomic absorption spectrophotometer thermogravimetric analyzer CHNS/O analyzer gas chromatograph-mass spectrometer FT-IR spectrophotometer UV/VIS spectrophotometer gamray electrochemical equipment. The Department of Chemistry is determined to demonstrate the distinguished features of FCC: excellence in education, commitment to core values, leadership in curriculum development, service to nation, and above all its pioneering effort to help develop leaders of integrity and discipline. Admission Requirements The applicant must have 4-year baccalaureate degree from a recognized local or foreign university, with a major in Chemistry or a related field and a minimum of 2.5 CGPA. OR A conventional MSc in Chemistry or a related field with a minimum 60% marks or 2.5 GPA. Provisional admission can be sought by students awaiting final results. Such candidates must also meet all the eligibility requirements. The applicant must have passed the graduate assessment test (GAT). The applicants must pass the FC College Aptitude Test in Chemistry (FATC). Applicants with a strong background in mathematics or research experience will be preferred. A limited number of need-based fellowships are available. Admission Timeline Application deadline: Tuesday, 13 January 2015 Classes begin: Monday, 2 February 2015 Please find the latest program information here: http://www.fccollege.edu.pk/academics/departments/academic-departments/dept-of-chemistry/mphil-chemistry [-]

Master's Programme in Toxicology

Karolinska Institutet
Campus Full time 2 years August 2017 Sweden Stockholm

The Master's Programme in Toxicology gives students an in-depth knowledge of the broad and interdisciplinary toxicological field. [+]

Masters in Chemistry. The Master's Programme in Toxicology gives students an in-depth knowledge of the broad and interdisciplinary toxicological field. The programme prepares students for either a research or professional career and provides a solid platform for doctoral studies in toxicology or work in risk/safety assessment-related areas in the public sector or industry. Programme presentation The Master's Programme in Toxicology was one of the first toxicology programmes in the world. The programme is unique in its two-year cohesive focus on toxicology and human health. The programme utilises its close connection to high-quality research and risk assessment work at the Institute of Environmental Medicine (IMM) - the main centre for education and training in toxicology and health risk assessment in Sweden, and collaborates with pharmaceutical and chemical industries, national authorities (for example the Swedish Chemicals Agency and the Swedish National Food Administration), Swetox and the Swedish Poison Information Centre, as well as with scientists at other departments both within and outside KI. The programme includes principles in toxicology, toxicokinetics, target organ toxicity, biochemical and molecular toxicological methods, mechanisms of toxicity and mode of action, toxicity testing, laboratory animal science, alternative methods to animal testing, histopathology, statistics, epidemiology, and health risk assessment. This first part of the programme provides students with a general, advanced toxicological grounding, upon which they then base a personal line of inquiry to probe more deeply into experimental research or risk/safety assessment by taking elective and/or project courses. Programme outline *might be subject to changes Semester 1 Principles of toxicology Toxicokinetics Target organ toxicology Histopathology and clinical pathology Semester 2 Laboratory animal science Applications of methods in toxicological research Health risk assessment Semester 3 Global toxicology in a sustainable society Regulatory toxicity testing Elective courses Semester 3 and 4 Degree project in toxicology or Project work or elective courses Degree project in toxicology Career opportunities The programme provides a solid foundation for a career in toxicology as either a doctoral researcher or a risk/safety assessor in the public or private sector in Sweden or abroad. Specific entry requirements A Bachelor's degree or a professional degree equivalent to a Swedish Bachelor's degree of at least 180 credits in biomedicine, biology, cellular and molecular biology, pharmaceutics, chemistry, medicine, nutrition or biotechnology. Proficiency in the English language should be documented by an internationally recognized test such as TOEFL: internet based (iBT) with a total score of at least 90 and minimum score of 20 on written test, paper based (PBT) with a total score of at least 575, and minimum score of 4.5 on written test, or IELTS (academic) with an overall mark of at least 6.5 and no band less than 5.5; or other documentation that according to regulations certifies the equivalence of English 6 at Swedish upper secondary school. Selection The selection is based on an overall assessment of the applicant's qualifications such as previous education, relevant work and/or research experience and statement of intent. Letters of recommendation are not required. Applicants to Karolinska Institutet´s Global Master´s programmes are asked to complete a CV form that will be used in the selection process. Contact the Admissions Office at KI if you have any questions, admissions@ki.se Application and tuition fees If you have citizenship within the EU/EEA, or Switzerland, you are not required to pay application or tuition fees. Application fee 900 SEK Tuition fee Total amount: 400 000 SEK First instalment: 100 000 SEK [-]

M.S. in Biology

University of San Francisco - College of Arts & Sciences
Campus Full time 2 - 3 years August 2017 USA San Francisco

The University of San Francisco offers a Master of Science degree in Biology in which hands-on lab research with full-time teaching/research faculty is its focus. [+]

Master in BiologyThe University of San Francisco offers a Master of Science degree in Biology in which hands-on lab research with full-time teaching/research faculty is its focus.The Biology and Chemistry programs at USF are designed for graduate students seeking a graduate program with personalized research direction and training from full-time faculty - all while studying in one of the world's most beautiful cities.All students admitted to the graduate program receive generous financial assistance from the Department of Biology, which includes a full-tuition scholarship for their graduate studies. Most graduate students are also awarded a Teaching Assistantship with a stipend of $7,200 per year and some qualified graduate students receive Research Assistantships as well.The Biology research experience and training in USF's graduate program prepares our graduate students well for a future in one of the following areas:... [-]


MSc in Science

Radboud University
Campus Full time 2 years September 2017 Netherlands Nijmegen

The programme is at the interface of biology, chemistry and physics to discover the secrets behind man, molecules and materials. [+]

As a Master’s student in our Science programme, you will find yourself at the interface of biology, chemistry and physics as you work to discover the secrets behind man, molecule and materials.

Programme

The programme offers you considerable freedom to follow your own interests. At the start of the programme you will select one study area from the following options: Chemistry for Life Functional Genomics Neuroscience Particle and Astrophysics Physical Chemistry of Molecules and Materials Physics of Molecules and Materials

Within the area you can choose from several specialisations ranging from material science to neural networks and from neurobiology to organic chemistry and nanoscience.... [-]


Master' in Biological Engineering

Siberian Federal University
Campus Full time 2 years October 2017 Russia Krasnoyarsk

The Program is aimed at students having background in natural science and wishing to master contemporary methodology of scientific research in order to pursue career in the field of biological engineering. The scientific projection in biological engineering aims to encourage research skills by students through an individual research project in biology, biological engineering or biophysics. [+]

The Program is aimed at students having background in natural science and wishing to master contemporary methodology of scientific research in order to pursue career in the field of biological engineering. The scientific projection in biological engineering aims to encourage research skills by students through an individual research project in biology, biological engineering or biophysics. Students will follow all steps of research process from the problem statement to the achievement and analysis of experimental results. Master’s Program “Biological engineering” is delivered by an experienced academic staff having a comprehensive background in fundamental research and practical applications in industries. The program is designed with emphasis on practical skills development and students work in the modern and well-equipped SibFU Laboratory of Bioluminescent Biotechnologies (in Russian). This laboratory was established through the collaboration of the world’s strongest team of scientists engaged in fundamental research of light emission by living organisms, i. e. bioluminescence, and the Nobel Laureate Professor Osamu Shimomura. Training Methods: lectures, lab experiments, case studies and group discussions. Teaching staff: SibFU Professors and visiting lecturers from universities of Russia, USA, Italy, China, Spain, UK and other countries. The major part of the Program’s training takes place at the modern and well-equipped SibFU Laboratory of Bioluminescent Biotechnologies, led by Nobel Laureate Professor Osamu Shimomura, in one of the world’s strongest team of scientists engaged in fundamental research of light emission by living organisms, i.e. bioluminescence. Research projects While following the Program students have to deal with the phenomenon of bioluminescence in all its aspects: from genetic and molecular to evolutionary and ecological. Master’s research projects are focused on studying the chemical nature of light emission by new luminous species (fungi, soil worms, coelenterates, bacteria, etc.), modelling the enzyme behavior in cell hyaloplasm, development of new recombinant bioluminescent organisms and of a new generation of bioluminescent biosensors for environmental monitoring and medical diagnostics as well as on other fundamental and applied topics. Entry requirements: BSc or MSc degree in Biology, Chemistry or Environmental Sciences (transcript of records), good command of English (certificate or other document) Accommodation: On-campus accommodation is available in double and triple-occupancy rooms (€ 20 per month). Practicalities: Airport transfer, invitation letter for a Russian study visa and an optional survival course of Russian as a foreign language are provided by the University. [-]

Diplôme d’Ingénieur Chimiste

ESCOM : École Supérieure de Chimie Organique et Minérale
Campus Full time 5 years September 2017 France Paris

L’ESCOM délivre un diplôme d’Ingénieur constituée de 5 années d’études en sciences et techniques dans le domaine de la chimie et du génie des procédés. Ce diplôme est reconnu au même titre qu’un Master selon le cadre des accords de Bologne. Le diplôme d’ingénieur chimiste de l’ESCOM est certifié par le label EUR-ACE. [+]

Masters in Chemistry. L’ESCOM délivre un diplôme d’Ingénieur constitué de 5 années d’études en sciences et techniques dans le domaine de la chimie et du génie des procédés. Ce diplôme est reconnu au même titre qu’un Master selon le cadre des accords de Bologne. Le diplôme d’ingénieur chimiste de l’ESCOM est certifié par le label EUR-ACE. Les étudiants internationaux peuvent rejoindre l’ESCOM à différents niveaux durant ces 5 années et plus particulièrement lors de la 3ème année. Chaque année est constituée de cours, de travaux pratiques en laboratoires et de stages à réaliser en France ou à l’international. L’ensemble des cours est dispensé en français. En 3ème année (équivalent de la dernière année de bachelor) le programme est constitué des matières suivantes : 49% de chimie (structure de la matière, chimie organique, chimie inorganique, chimie analytique) 28% techniques de l’ingénieur (phénomènes de transfert, méthodes et outils, chimie thermodynamique, formulation) 3% sciences humaines et sociales (environnement économique, environnement de l’entreprise, projet professionnel) 10% Langues En 4ème année (équivalent de la 1ère année de master) le programme est constitué des matières suivantes : 32% techniques de l’ingénieur (génie des procédés, méthodes et outils, chimie industrielle, procédés et formulation) 30% chimie (catalyse, chimie organique, chimie verte, organo-métallique, spectroscopie) 20% sciences humaines et sociales (management et gestion, projet professionnel, gestion d’entreprise) 10 % Langues 8% modules optionnels (génie des procédés, chimie du vivent, chimie verte, matériaux, formulation) Majeures en 5ème année La 5ème année (équivalent de la 2ème année de master) est une année vers la spécialisation. L’étudiant peut candidater pour l’une des majeures ci-dessous à condition d’être étudiant à l’ESCOM depuis au moins un an. La plupart des majeures externes (en partenariat avec une université ou un établissement académique) ont un nombre de places limitées. Chaque majeure fera l’objet d’une sélection sur la base d’un dossier remis par l’étudiant en 4ème année. Majeures ESCOM Qualité, Hygiène, Sécurité, Environnement Management et marketing industriel Produits et applications (formulation) Matériaux innovants sur base élastomères (en partenariat avec l’Ifoca, la formation a lieu en région parisienne) Majeures délivrant un master en partenariat avec l’Université Technologique de Compiègne (double-diplôme) Biotechnologie Génie des procédés Génie des produits formulés Majeures délivrant un master en partenariat avec l’Université Picardie Jules Verne (double-diplôme). Les cours ont lieu à Amiens. Analyse, contrôle, qualité de l’eau Traitement de l’eau Transformation chimique des ressources naturelles - Recherche et développement en chimie verte Les étudiants qui intègrent l’ESCOM en cycle préparatoire (1ère ou 1ème année) ou en 3ème année peuvent également se porter candidat pour les majeures en partenariat avec des établissements externes : Programme d’échange avec les écoles de chimie de la Fédération Gay-Lussac (FGL) partout en France, avec possibilité de Master Programme d’échange ou de double-diplôme dans une université partenaire à l’étranger (pour plus d’informations, consultez la liste des universités partenaires) Partenariat avec l’Institut Français du Pétrole (IFP School). La formation a lieu en région parisienne et est dispensée en apprentissage [-]

Master in Sustainable Chemistry and Technology

Ca' Foscari University of Venice
Campus Full time October 2017 Italy Venice

This Second Cycle Degree Programme focuses on chemical sciences, both theoretical and experimental. [+]

This degree programme offers the possibility to get a double/joint degree with other European Universities. - Double Degree with Univerza v Novi Gorici (Slovenia). At the end of their study programme students can be awarded with a double degree: Laurea Magistrale in Chimica e Tecnologie Sostenibili of Università Ca' Foscari Venezia and Okolje 2. Stopnje - Study program Environment of Univerza v Novi Gorici. Link to the Degree Programme page Link to the apply procedure page Access to the programme Unrestricted, with the evaluation of minimum curricular requirements. Admission requirements To be admitted to this Second Cycle Degree Programme students must possess a proper individual educational background and the minimum curricular requirements. Moreover, a certified knowledge of English at minimum level B2 is required at enrolment. Learning outcomes This Programme focuses on chemical sciences, both theoretical and experimental. It produces highly qualified chemists able to devise original ideas, plan and study new reactions or processes, carry out new molecules and material synthesis, set up innovative and complex analytical methods, apply this expertise in the various industrial and production fields, so as to realize initiatives suitable for health and environment protection. Curricula available Chemistry Industrial Chemistry Environment Sustainable Chemistry and Technologies (fully taught in English; eligible for the Double Degree with Univerza v Novi Gorici) Occupational profiles Second cycle graduates in Sustainable Chemistry and Technology may competently operate, as employees or freelance professionals, in all of the departments of a modern company or a research institute, as well as perform managerial tasks in chemical, both basic and ‘fine’, and manufacturing industries. Moreover, they may register on the Italian roll of chemists, once the relevant professional licensing examination has been passed. Attendance Open, though laboratory attendance is compulsory. Access to further studies Professional Master’s Programmes (1st and 2nd level) and PhD programmes [-]

MRes Advanced Chemical Sciences

Xi'an Jiaotong-Liverpool University
Campus Full time 18 months September 2017 China Suzhou

The MRes Advanced Chemical Sciences programme provides thorough education and training to understand different aspects of the current material chemistry. The programme aligns with similar MSc programmes at the University of Liverpool and is delivered entirely in English. [+]

Masters in Chemistry. Overview The MRes Advanced Chemical Sciences programme provides students with the education and training needed to understand different aspects of the field of material sciences. It aligns with similar MSc programmes at the University of Liverpool. The programme contains taught modules covering areas from synthetic chemistry to nanotechnology to analytical methods and instrumentation. It places strong emphasis on the development of project management and professional skills. After completing the taught modules, you will engage in a 12-month extensive research project of your choice that leads to submission of a dissertation. A customised learning plan is designed for you, taking into account your background and career aspirations. Successful completion of the programme leads to the award of an MRes degree from the University of Liverpool. Unique selling points • Taught by international staff who are experts in various fields of chemistry • Excellent preparation for the study of PhD programmes both at universities abroad or in China • Offers strong links to local and international industries • XJTLU is located close to the many biotechnology companies in nearby BioBay, a national biotechnology hub with over 400 companies, ideal for internships • Nearby Cold Spring Harbor Asia hosts prestigious scientific symposia, conferences and summer schools providing our students with the opportunity to interact with world-famous researchers • Earn a University of Liverpool degree that is recognised by the Chinese Ministry of Education. Knowledge and skills By the time you graduate, you will: • Develop key, career-enhancing personal and employable skills such as time management, report writing, team-building and networking and project management • Gain a range of critical interdisciplinary research skills • benefit from a strong theoretical background, practical instrumentation skills and an intensive research project. Modules • Synthetic chemistry and natural products • Peptide/protein chemistry • Nanotechnology and advanced materials • Analytical methods and instruments • Research project • Project management Additional learning activity modules Careers Successful graduates can establish careers in a wide range of industries, including: • Chemical and material science • Pharmaceuticals • Biotechnology • Food and beverages (quality assurance and new formulation) • Analytical laboratories. Fees RMB 90,000 for the entire 18 month full-time programme. University tuition fees cover the cost of your study with us. Entry requirements: academic background An undergraduate degree (UK 2:1 or equivalent) in chemistry or a related discipline. English language requirements • IELTS: 6.0 (minimum of 5.0 in all sections) • TOEFL iBT: 80 [-]

Master in Chemical and Pharmaceutical Engineering

Graz University of Technology (TU Graz)
Campus Full time 4 semesters October 2017 Austria Graz

The four-semester master’s programme Chemical and Pharmaceutical Engineering links the scientific disciplines of Chemistry and Pharmacy with the engineering discipline of Chemical and Process Engineering and thus represents a master’s programme unique in the German-speaking area. [+]

Overview The master´s degree programme in Chemical and Pharmaceutical Engineering offers an interdisciplinary curriculum at the intersection between the natural sciences chemistry and pharmacy and the engineering science chemical and process engineering. A fundamental understanding of engineering and associated skills is provided, enabling students to carry out high-quality research and to develop innovative systems based on scientific principles. Within the master’s programme students have the opportunity to specialize either in chemical or pharmaceutical engineering. “Intelligent“ pharmaceutical products can be tailored to the age, gender and lifestyle of individual patient. Modern drugs will be produced and delivered in a personalized way, revolutionizing medical care. In this context, shorter development times and reduced production costs are critically needed, which is addressed by the field of pharmaceutical engineering. Also the future chemical industry requires cleaner, highly sustainable and more economical chemical processes, which is addressed by the field of chemical engineering. Career Opportunities Knowledge of computer science can be used in almost every aspect of life – from industry and the services sector to public administration, teaching and research. Graduates specifically deal with support in modelling, design, implementation, assessment and application of complex software systems. Required abilities range from diverse programming tasks and developing modern multimedia solutions to dealing with new media. Career Opportunities The interdisciplinary qualification profile of this master´s degree enables graduates to work in a wide range of positions in the field of chemical and pharmaceutical engineering as well as in environmental technology. Possible areas of employment include: ■ Research, development, process planning and production in the chemical and pharmaceutical industries ■ Environmental management positions in industry and with government authorities ■ Research and teaching at universities and research institutes NAWI Graz – Expertise to the Power of Two “Chemical and Pharmaceutical Engineering” is offered as a joint programme shared between Graz University of Technology and Karl-Franzens-University in the framework of NAWI Graz. For students, this means profiting from the top performances and expertise of two universities – an opportunity unique in Austria! Fact-Box ■ Study duration: 4 Semesters ■ ECTS Credits: 120 ■ Final degree “Diplom-Ingenieur (Dipl.-Ing.) which is equivalent to a Master of Science degree. All Lectures are held in English Registration For the master´s degree programmes, a registration process is required. To get more information on the process including the required documents, deadlines, cost, etc. please follow the link below: http://register.tugraz.at/cpe The regulations concerning the admission procedure shall not apply to students who have completed the bachelor’s programme in Chemistry or Pharmaceutical Engineering or the diploma programme in Pharmacology at Graz University of Technology or the University of Graz. Scholarship TU Graz offers scholarships for the best two international students admitted to the master´s degree programme (€ 10.000 plus tuition fee). No additional application needed, candidates will be selected on the basis of their application for the master´s degree programme. [-]

Master for Research Chemists

University of Eastern Finland Department of Chemistry
Campus Full time 2 years August 2017 Finland Joensuu

The programme is focused on researcher training in order to meet the ever-growing need for top quality researchers. The programme also serves as an... [+]

Master for Research Chemists

 

The programme is focused on researcher training in order to meet the ever-growing need for top quality researchers. The programme also serves as an excellent stepping stone for PhD studies.

 

 

Who should apply?

Graduates who are seeking challenges in the field of chemistry research and who hold a Bachelor’s degree in chemistry or chemical engineering.

 

 

Course structure and curriculum

The International Master’s Degree Programme for Research Chemists is comprised of 120 credits, which can be completed in two years. The studies include compulsory and elective modules that may vary according to the students’ interests and major subjects. The major subject can be chosen from four principle categories: Inorganic Chemistry, Materials Chemistry, Organic Chemistry and Physical Chemistry.... [-]