These degree programmes deliver excellent and innovative teaching combined with research projects calling on the University’s acknowledged research excellence in Science, Engineering and Medicine.
They provide students with the breadth of knowledge required to practise Chemistry professionally and the depth to enable them to specialise in particular areas.
Swansea University is a growing and ambitious institution with a strong reputation in STEM subjects (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics and Medicine) and an ethos of interdisciplinary teaching, research and innovation.
As part of a multi-million pound investment, a Chemistry hub with state-of-the-art teaching laboratory facilities is being introduced to strengthen research already being carried out across the College of Science, the College of Engineering, and the Medical School.
This multi-disciplinary approach will expand on core specialist research areas such as Advanced Materials Chemistry and Medicinal Chemistry.
Leading research projects offering postgraduate opportunities include the work by the EPSRC-funded SPECIFIC project on Renewable Energy Materials, the Mass Spectroscopy Centre, and Institute of Life Science.
The University’s strong industrial partnerships in Materials and Medicine provide major research and student placement opportunities.