The success as teachers of chemistry owes much to our ability to include ground-breaking research results in our teaching curriculum. The School of Chemistry maintains a vigorous, competitive research portfolio and sustains international excellence within the core-chemistry areas and in the interdisciplinary research environment at the interfaces with biomedical science, physics and engineering.
Through this Chemistry (Hons) degree at the University of Nottingham you will gain exceptional training in modern conceptual and practical chemistry, and you will develop your critical thinking, problem-solving and time-management skills. If you opt for the MSci Chemistry degree, part of your final year will involve you joining a research group in the School to work on a project at the cutting edge of research in chemistry.
You will develop into a self-motivated and independent researcher; attributes that are essential for a research career in the chemical and pharmaceutical industries or for postgraduate research in the chemical sciences. Our graduates are also employed in professions outside the chemical industry including those in finance, education, marketing and the media.
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