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Chemists have been instrumental in ridding the world of killer diseases and developing drugs that improve the lives and outcomes for millions of people worldwide. Pharmaceutical chemists are interested in how chemicals and drugs work in a biological environment, so if you’re passionate about both chemistry and biology, then this is a great course for you.
NTU Chemistry degrees are recognised by the Royal Society of Chemistry. This accreditation is our assurance that our courses are relevant to, and valued by, industry. You will regularly be working in a professional laboratory, using the most advanced techniques, so that when you graduate you will already have many of the skills employers are looking for.
The course gives you real flexibility too. You can opt to spend one year working in industry, getting valuable work experience that can help you get a job when you graduate. You can also choose specialist modules, depending on your own personal passions.
- Top 20 university in the UK for Chemistry (Guardian University League Table 2019)
- Top 20 university in the UK for Chemistry (Complete University Guide 2019)
- Top 20 university in the UK for Chemistry (The Times and Sunday Times University Guide 2019)
Careers and employability
Your studies at NTU will prepare you well for employment in the chemical, pharmaceutical, and related industries. We have an excellent graduate employment record and our graduates have gone on to work in some of most prestigious organisations in the UK and internationally, including:
- Bupa – near patient testing assistant
- H&R Chempharm – product development technician
- Rolls Royce – lab technician
- Marske Site Services – graduate engineering assistant
- NHS Trust – medical laboratory assistant.
Many graduates also choose to undertake further study on one of our Masters-level courses or MPhil and PhD research degrees.
Excellent placement opportunities
After the second year, you will have the opportunity to undertake a year’s work placement in industry. This will give you the chance to gain vital experience and put your knowledge into practice.
You will be assessed throughout the year and will be required to write a reflective report and diary, which also gets assessed at the end of your placement. You will be eligible for the Placement Diploma in Professional Practice upon the successful completion of your placement.
Recent Science and Technology placement salaries have ranged from £10,000 to £30,000, and many students impress their placement employers so much they are offered jobs upon graduation.
Recent Pharmaceutical and Medicinal Chemistry students have secured placements in companies including:
- Scott Bader
- British American Tobacco
- National Institute Medical Research.