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Degree in Chemistry by the University of A Coruña

2018/2019 · 240 credits

Introduction

The fundamental objective of the degree in Chemistry is for students to acquire the knowledge that a chemist must have in order to achieve the professional skills as described in the Professional Colleges of Chemists, (Decree of 9 March 1951, Order of 10 January 1952 and 9 December 1961, Act 2/1974 of 13 February, Act 7/1997 of 14 April, Royal Decree - act 6/2000 of 23 June, Royal Decree 3428/2000 of 15 December) allowing those with the qualification to work professionally as a Chemist.

This study is verified and published

This study renewed its accreditation on 03 June 2015.

 

Prices for Spain or EU resident students
Approximate price of the academic course (60 ECTS) for first enrollment with residence in Spain or EU
836€
Prices for Spain or EU non resident students
Approximate price of the academic course (60 ECTS) for first enrollment without residence in Spain or EU
1,463€
Offered place for academic course 2018/2019
50

Why study

Chemistry is a broad Science that deals with the properties, changes and reactions of all type of compounds and materials: inorganic, organic and biological. Chemistry evolved into a central Science, spanning the world of atoms and molecules to the field of materials we use. The future of Chemistry has only just begun, taking into account its infinite possibilities of development, which demand the continuous appearance of new chemical specialties. Furthermore, it plays a central role in the progress and welfare that we enjoy, developing new products and technologies that affect all fields of society, thus becoming one of the pillars of a country’s competitive skills. It also plays a fundamental role in the protection of health and the environment, in the improvement of hygienic and sanitary conditions, in obtaining more and better food and in the manufacture of new materials to improve our quality of life.

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 Information booklet

This study is multilingual. The students will have the option to study part of the study in other languages​​.

Roadmap

Starting academic year 2009/2010
Last update/verification ACSUG date 06/05/2009
Authorization Xunta Council date 27/08/2009
Authorization DOG publication date 16/09/2009
Official BOE publication date 05/01/2010
DOG syllabus publication date 18/05/2010
BOE syllabus publication date 26/04/2010