The Master in Chemical Research and Industrial Chemistry is an interuniversity study and is taught at the universities of Santiago de Compostela (USC, coordinator), A Coruña (UDC) and Vigo (UVI), with the collaboration of the College of Chemistry, Galicia. This Master includes a research orientation (five profiles) and professionalizing orientation, and its duration is one year (60 ECTS). Its main aim is to provide students with skills to get a solid training of quality in advanced chemistry and chemical and biological instrumental techniques that allow them to confront research or professional skills in relevant issues of science and chemical technology.
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Prices for Spain or EU resident students
Approximate price of one academic course (60 ECTS) for first enrollment with residence in Spain or EU
Prices for Spain or EU non resident students
Approximate price of one academic course (60 ECTS) for first enrollment without residence in Spain or EU
Offered place for academic course 2022/2023
The aims of this Master Degree are:
• Train professionals capable of competing in areas as dynamic as chemistry, medicinal chemistry, biomedicine, production of new materials, environmental studies and control, quality analysis, plant and bio-health research, renewable energies and others.
• Provide specialized and advanced training that will be, primarily in instrumental techniques that will be useful to apply with a greater advantage for jobs in the public and private sectors.
• Be an on-going training instrument for professionals in several areas of Chemistry.
• Provide advanced theoretical and experimental training that will enable graduates to start a doctoral thesis in several areas of Chemistry.
More information: http://ciencias.udc.es/mestrados
This is an interuniversity study, in addition to University of A Coruña, the following universities also colaborate in teaching:
|Starting academic year||2014/2015|
|Last update/verification ACSUG date||08/07/2020|
|Authorization Xunta Council date||24/10/2014|
|Authorization DOG publication date||06/11/2014|
|Official BOE publication date||29/01/2015|
|DOG syllabus publication date||23/12/2021|
|BOE syllabus publication date||17/01/2022|