Master's Degree in Chemistry in Wrocław in Poland

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Of the physical sciences, chemistry is the branch most concerned with the unique properties of matter. These characteristics are often determined by studying the certain intermolecular forces within the matter itself. These interactions can form different substances altogether through chemical reactions.

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Wrocław is considered as the third largest center of education in Poland. In thirty well known institutions, there are more than 135,000 students. The Wrocław University of the city offers healthy academic environment to local and overseas students.

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Master in Chemistry

University of Wroclaw
Campus Full time 2 years October 2018 Poland Wrocław

Students are expected to have the basic chemistry skills obtained from the bachelor courses. At the beginning of the two-year program students choose one of two specializations: "Advanced inorganic chemistry and catalysis" or "Organic chemistry". In addition, they have the opportunity to follow their individual interests by choosing among a wide range of the optional courses. [+]

The course starts if the minimum number of four (4) students will enroll for the first year.

Students are expected to have the basic chemistry skills obtained from the bachelor courses. At the beginning of the two-year program students choose one of two specializations: "Advanced inorganic chemistry and catalysis" or "Organic chemistry". In addition, they have the opportunity to follow their individual interests by choosing among a wide range of the optional courses.

1st semester

Laboratory methods. Speciality: Advanced inorganic chemistry and catalysis Laboratory methods. Speciality: Organic Chemistry Optional courses Specialistic course I. Speciality: Advanced inorganic chemistry and catalysis Specialistic course I. Speciality: Organic Chemistry ... [-]