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A strong academic understanding of chemistry is key to a strong understanding of the world, and even the great cosmos beyond.
Chemistry is at the root of vital scientific discoveries and Swansea University is a driving force. Our department is currently working to deliver clean water and sanitation, as well as affordable clean energy in the developing world.
This activity impacts our teaching. You will benefit from a carefully designed and modern chemistry degree which has been developed in collaboration with industrial partners.
This four-year MChem degree builds on the three-year BSc Chemistry, offering greater depth in the major topic areas.
Studying chemistry at Swansea University gives you access to world-leading teaching and cutting edge facilities across a range of fields. Our degrees provide the full breadth of skills and knowledge needed when it comes to securing employment.
If you don’t have the necessary entry requirements to enter on to the first year of a degree, you may be offered a place on a degree course with an integrated foundation year
WHY CHEMISTRY AT SWANSEA?
Chemistry at Swansea University draws students from across the globe.
The Department of Chemistry is based at the heart of a multi-million pound University investment. It includes sector-leading teaching laboratories and analytical facilities built in partnership with industry.
Over the course of your degree you will be equipped with the skills and knowledge required to address a wide range of challenges facing society and industry, from energy and healthcare to environmental sciences.
Your learning will be shaped by inspirational and internationally-renowned academics including Professor Simon Bott, recipient of eight awards for instructional teaching at the University of Houston.
YOUR CHEMISTRY EXPERIENCE
The distinctive feature of the MChem is a substantial research project embedded in a research group which interacts with the wider research environment and has the potential to result in publishable work.
You will be taught through a combination of lectures, tutorials, seminars, and discussion groups, supported by practical classes.
Our state-of-the-art teaching and research facilities include a new Chemistry Hub consisting of numerous teaching laboratories and research spaces.
Your core modules will be aligned with our current pioneering research in the fields of natural products, materials engineering and medicine.
The Chemistry curriculum at Swansea is informed by the needs of modern industry and constantly updated, ensuring you will always be taught relevant material which is applicable in the wider world.
A ‘flipped’ method of teaching allows you to watch videos of lectures before classroom meetings for more developed interaction, while pre-lab simulation allows you to practice laboratory skills in your own time.
CHEMISTRY EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES
Doing a chemistry degree doesn’t mean that you’ll be chained to a lab for the rest of your life. Chemists have a huge range of career options and the Chemistry degrees at Swansea University are designed so that you have the skills that today’s employers are looking for.
There are many sectors that you can go into after you graduate. A popular choice is medicine. Chemistry graduates research, develop and test new drugs and treatments.
If you are passionate about the environment and see your future career in this area, our staff are involved in projects to develop clean water and sanitation, and to develop sustainable forms of energy.
You’ll graduate with a range of transferable skills such as analysis, lab techniques, report writing and demonstrating and explaining.
Swansea University helps you to prepare for your future career by helping you to find work placements and relevant part-time jobs, offering year in industry options, as well as introducing you to employers such as Tata Steel, Fujitsu, Perkin Elmer and National Nuclear Laboratories. The Swansea Employability Academy also helps you with CV and interview preparation.