Chemistry at Plymouth
is recognised as a leading environment to study chemistry. Our BSc Chemistry degree is accredited by the Royal
Society of Chemistry and focuses on producing professional chemists
through a hands-on approach.
We have received a range of teaching awards, with all teaching staff
professionally-recognised Chemists with internationally-recognised research expertise. Our
teaching is up to date and closely linked to relevant research developments. We
have an extensive range of research-grade instrumentation which you can access
throughout the course, and we nurture the skills and knowledge necessary
to excel within a competitive employment field. In
addition, our partnership with the Royal Society of Chemistry provides expert career advice for young chemists. The chemistry laboratories at Plymouth have recently undergone major refurbishment, ensuring a modern and extensive
teaching environment to support your studies.
Featured course: BSc (Hons) Chemistry
Combining theory with practical laboratory experience, our course places communication, problem solving and project management at its heart.
We intend to offer a number of studentships to suitable candidates for the academic year commencing 1 October 2015. Applicants must have at least a 2:1 degree in an appropriate subject or equivalent qualification
Chemistry at Plymouth has a long research history in the area of environmental modelling and biogeochemical processes and uses interdisciplinary approaches and novel analytical techniques to deliver world class research.