Postgraduate study at UCL
UCL Chemistry offers five Masters programmes spanning the range of chemistry from computational/theoretical through inorganic and materials to organic and drug discovery. All of our programmes offer extensive first-hand experience of research at the cutting-edge of chemistry, modelling and materials, and provide the perfect opportunity to enhance your prospects whatever your career goals. Further information.
The EngD is a four year programme with up to 75% of the time spent in industry undertaking a project, or portfolio of projects, relevant to the needs of the industrial sponsor, and 25% at UCL attending courses which cover both specialist scientific topics and general project management and professional skills training relevant to the industrial environment. Further information.
A PhD offers the opportunity to specialise in an area of chemistry and produce a major piece of original research under the direct supervision of expert academic staff. Typically PhDs are funded for three or four years. Further information.
We currently have single-project studentships available. Further information.
At UCL Chemistry, we allow students to take maternity, paternity, shared parental and adoption leave and make provision for additional stipend to be paid where appropriate. Students are also allowed to study on a part-time basis.
How to apply
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Why do a PhD in UCL Chemistry?
Ever wanted to know what it is like to do a PhD in Chemistry at UCL, here is a short video from our own students.