The BSc Applied Chemistry programme at Xi'an Jiaotong-Liverpool University will train you to a high professional standard, equipping you to deal with challenges in academia and industry, and in highly competitive and interdisciplinary environments.
Our curriculum offers you the most advanced chemistry topics, ensuring what you learn is at the cutting-edge of the field. The knowledge of and hands-on experience with modern technologies make our graduates stand out in both academic institutions and industry.
Chemistry graduates pursue a wide range of careers, from working in the chemical and pharmaceutical industries to business management. Graduates can find employment in a number of industries, including chemical (materials and synthesis), drug discovery and healthcare, food, environment and energy, research and development, and government and public service.
Royal Society of Chemistry
You can apply until:
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Three or four years
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We welcome applications from high-quality candidates in all subjects with appropriate high school or equivalent qualifications. Students will normally be expected to have a high standing in their high school performance with a minimum ‘B’ average in all subjects as well as relevant subjects.
RMB 88,000 per academic year
The living costs include the total expenses per month, covering accommodation, public transportation, utilities (electricity, internet), books and groceries.
Check the programme website for information about funding options.
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