Focus On: Chemistry
THINKING ABOUT STUDYING CHEMISTRY OR MEDICINAL CHEMISTRY?
On this page, you'll be able to find out more about our pathways in chemistry and medicinal chemistry, including from our current students and graduates from our courses, allowing you to find out what opportunities are available to you within the area of chemistry and the chemical sciences!
If you want to know more, make sure to use the button at the bottom of the page to submit a question, and we'll get back to you as soon as we can!
WHY ARE CHEMISTRY AND MEDICINAL CHEMISTRY IMPORTANT?
In the video below, hear from Drs Patricia Marr and Stephen Cochrane as they introduce the areas of chemistry and medicinal chemistry, including what they involve, and the massive impact of these areas of study on our everyday lives, as well as how studying in these areas can open up a huge range of exciting career opportunities!
The skills that our graduates gain during their studies on the chemistry and medicinal chemistry courses allow them to enter into cutting-edge careers within world-leading organisations within the wider area of chemical sciences, and beyond!
Below, you'll be able to hear from a number of our recent graduates, and find out more about how studying at the School of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering has catalysed their success! To watch their videos, just click the play buttons!
OUR UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS
Our undergraduates study a range of chemistry pathways that align with their interests and career goals - in the videos below, you'll be able to find out more about their time at the School so far! You'll also be able to hear about how some of these students have benefitted from spending time on industrial placement with a leading organisation within the chemical sciences, equipping them with even more skills!
To hear from each of our students, click the play buttons below!
We've asked Dr Stephen Cochrane, Senior Lecturer and the School's Head of Outreach and Recruitment to answer some commonly-asked questions about the School and it's chemistry pathways!
To read Stephen's answers to these questions, click on each of the question marks below!