Master's in Chemistry of Sustainable Processes and Materials
As a student, you will have access to:
A multidisciplinary curriculum which integrates studies in science and technology
World class facilities for practical laboratory work
Close collaboration with the chemical industry and different research units
The teaching and research in the degree programme promotes the environmental society of tomorrow. The programme is focused on the chemistry of sustainable processes and materials. The studies offer a wide range of education opportunities in science and technology and an excellent opportunity to gain hands-on experience with modern experimental techniques.
The graduate will be able to:
- independently search, interpret and absorb chemistry-related scientific knowledge and take responsibility for his/her own professional development
- independently apply adopted, chemistry-related advanced knowledge to solve a scientific problem or to produce new knowledge in chemistry or chemistry-related environment
- critically handle chemistry-related data and draw conclusions based on it
- scientific research using scientific methods
- clearly present and give reasons for results to a specialist and non-specialist audience
- to work as a chemist in industry or public sector or in chemistry-related tasks
The degree programme contains advanced studies in different fields of chemistry: analytical, applied, inorganic, physical and/or organic chemistry. The programme also contains compulsory laboratory work and optional studies offered by other degree programmes in the Faculty of Technology. For instance, a student can include studies in the field of engineering – process engineering is a typical choice among many others – to further build their interdisciplinary study path.
The graduates will have excellent theoretical knowledge and a solid base to continue their academic career, if they so wish. The practical skills gained in the programme means that they will be primed to respond to the needs of industry and make for valuable recruiting assets for private companies and the public sector alike.
Possible job titles include:
- Product development chemist
- Laboratory or research manager
Want to know more?For more information about Master's in Chemistry of Sustainable Processes and Materials, please submit an information request below and the school will contact you with further information.
Visit the programme page to see the admission requirements and how to apply through an online joint application system at Studyinfo.fi.
An applicant must have or to be about to obtain a Bachelor’s degree in chemistry, or in a closely related subject (Chemical Technology, Chemical Engineering etc.). Preference is given to applicants with strong background in chemistry.
Degree / diploma
- Chemistry of Sustainable Processes and Materials, Master's Programme in Chemistry, Master of Science
Tuition fee: for non-EU/EEA citizens 10 000 euros