Department of Chemistry
University of Warwick
MSc in Instrumental & Analytical Methods in Biological & Environmental Chemistry
To provide advanced training in a wide range of analytical and modern instrumental methods to enable graduates to pursue careers in analytical laboratories. The programme is particularly suited for training analysts to solve problems in pharmaceutical related disciplines and also in environmental chemistry.
The MSc programme involves nine assessed coursework modules over six months for full-time students, followed by a five month analytical research project. A Diploma in Instrumental & Analytical Methods requires satisfactory completion of the taught modules.
About the University
- Foundations of Analytical Chemistry
- Computers in Analysis
- Fundamentals and Statistics
- Mass Spectrometry
- Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy
- Electroanalytical Chemistry, Bioanalytical Chemistry
- Elemental Analysis
The University of Warwick is a campus university with all academic and social/residential facilities located on a single site near Coventry. Communications are excellent with London 1.5 hours by train and Birmingham International Airport a 30 minute taxi ride. There are 4000 residential places on campus.
About the Department
The Department of Chemistry is housed in purpose-built research laboratories currently undergoing a £2 million refurbishment. It is well-equipped with excellent facilities for research in analytical, biological, inorganic, organic, physical and theoretical chemistry. Interdisciplinary and collaborative research programmes are carried out and generous financial support is received from the Research Councils. There are approximately 123 research workers in the Department, including visitors both from the UK and overseas.
Research facilities include 250, 300 and 400 Mhz FT NMR spectrometers and an area X-ray diffractometer.
||Department of Chemistry, University of Warwick
Coventry CV4 7AL, United Kingdom
||+44 (0) 1203-523653
|| +44 (0) 1203-523819
|| Certificate/Diploma/MSc in ‘Instrumental & Analytical Methods in Biological & Environmental Chemistry’
|Head of Course
|| Dr Alison Rodger
|Type of courses
||Full-time and part-time
|Length of courses
|| 12 months Full-time
up to 3 years Part-time
|Date of commencement
|| Preferably 1st October or 1st April
|| Maximum 20
|| For October 1998, £8750
|| TOEFL minimum 600 (or 500 plus a September English Language programme which is available at an extra charge)
|| Ratio of national/overseas students - 75% UK, 25% overseas
Ration of men/women - 66% Men, 33% Women
Age range - 22-35
|Name of contact person
|| Charlotte Billing
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