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Chemistry PhD

Course Info

  • Institution
  • Destination
    United Kingdom
  • Intakes
  • Duration
    3 Years
  • Fee
    £ 16,000 / Year


This programme is for anyone who is interested in developing their research further or those who wish to follow career pathways which require research skills.

During the application process you will be asked to submit a research proposal. In order for us to assist you throughout the duration of your research degree it is important that your research interests fall into the research areas that the school is involved with. Once the research area has been selected, it is important to read some of the publications produced by the Academic supervisor. Should you not be able to access the publication please contact us directly and will be able to send you a copy. Applicants who are already working in an academic environment will also be asked to submit their publications list and any relevant teaching experience.

Research Areas
Below is a list of Chemistry specialisms followed by a keyword list provided by senior academic supervisors to help you identify possible research themes. Please also see the Research Topics information.
Chemistry with specialisms in:
bacterial fuel cells
biodegradable polymers
computer graphics
environmental chemistry
glycosylation chemistry
heterocyclic chemistry
inorganic chemistry
isolation and characterisation of plant derived compounds
material sciences
nature product synthesis
organic chemistry
organic synthesis
physical chemistry
physical organic chemistry
pi-functional conjugated materials
porous materials
prodrug therapy
quantum mechanics
sustainable chemistry
thermal chemistry
tissue engineering
virtual reality
X-ray absorption spectroscopy
analytical chemistry
bioinorganic chemistry
carbohydrate chemistry
computational chemistry
dye-sensitised solar cells
inorganic main group chemistry
inorganic nanoparticles
mass spectrometry
organic synthesis
theoretical chemistry

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