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Maria Curie-Sklodowska University in Lublin

address: pl. M. Curie-Skłodowskiej 5
20-031 Lublin, Poland
phone: +48 81 537 58 80
e-mail: rekrutacja.ua@umcs.pl    internet: www.umcs.pl

MSc in Chemistry, major: pure and applied chemistry, specialization: materials chemistry

degree

Master of Science (MSc)

duration

2 years, 4 semesters

language

English

ECTS points

120

description

The two-year master study programme is designed for graduates of the bachelor study programmes. Students are to expand their knowledge within chemistry and the chosen major/specialization.
Graduates of the master studies should have basic theoretical knowledge and skills allowing them to solve problems involving chemistry as well as non-standard obstacles. They should also be able to give opinions on the basis of incomplete or limited information while observing legal and ethical principles.
Moreover, graduates ought to debate about chemistry both with specialists as well as amateurs in this field and be able to be leaders of teamwork. Graduates ought to have skills enabling them to work in chemical industry and related areas, state and municipal administration and be prepared for working in education (after completing teaching specialty). Graduates should be ready to take up research challenges and start education on PhD studies.

tuition

2000 EUR

deadline

September 2018

remarks

Limit of students: 36

contact

Enquiries about course content, structure and syllabus: chemia@poczta.umcs.lublin.pl
Admission enquiries: studyinenglish@umcs.pl

www

https://www.umcs.pl/en/chemistry.htm

institution

Maria Curie-Sklodowska University (Faculty of Chemistry)

education requirements

The program is addressed to candidates holding Bachelor degree or any other equivalent degree. Prospective students register online in the Online Registration System (IRK) and file all the necessary documents within the deadline or until all the places available have been filled. The qualification procedure will be based on the arithmetic mean of marks (up to two decimal points) obtained from all final marks during the B.Sc. and M.Sc. studies.
Graduates from all field of studies, where they have covered at least 330 hours of basic and major subjects including Mathematics – 30, Physics – 20, Chemistry 280.

other requirements

In order to be eligible for a programme taught in English, candidates must demonstrate that they meet English requirements for a given programme.