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A masters degree is highly valuable for gaining employment locally, but essential when looking abroad. The degree shows that you have perseverance, dedication and creativity, when undergoing self-motivated research. The benefits of working in a group environment coupled with complying with the safety and procedural rules of a lab, are looked upon as highly favourable, compared to just a graduate. Additionally, you receive a respectable reference from your supervisor and valued friends and contacts from the rest of your lab group and beyond. The benefits are substantial in either continuing research or seeking employment any number of industries. Your skills such as analytical and communication skills traverse many disciplines. Peter Markworth

Our students graduate with:

  • An understanding of the process and practice of chemical research;
  • Increased knowledge and understanding of chemical science;
  • Individual investigative skills, critical thought and the ability to evaluate information and to analyse experimental data.

Chemistry is applicable to many different areas of industry and research. Our graduates go on to careers in:

  •          Commercial and government laboratories
  •          Science outreach and communication
  •          Environmental monitoring and remediation
  •          Renewable energy
  •          Patent law
  •          Education
  •          Commercial, pharmaceutical or industrial companies
  •          Food manufacturing and food science
  •          Scientific instrumentation
  •          Nanomaterials
  •          Investment analysis
  •          Quality control
  •          Project management
  •          Policy development
  •          Scientific industries sales and service

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