Study Chemistry in Ireland

Study Chemistry in Ireland

Studying Chemistry

Chemistry is part of physical science and studies composition, properties, structure and changes that matter goes through. Graduates of chemistry degrees develop skills that lead them to employment in engineering, science, toxicology, pharma and other fields. They may work as analytical chemists, engineers, researchers or healthcare scientists.

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Studying in Ireland

From literature to landscape, from innovation to internationalisation, Ireland offers a lot of opportunities in education and research… and the warmest of welcomes from the world’s friendliest nation!

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5 Chemistry Master's degrees in Ireland

M.Sc. Applied Science (Environmental Analytical Chemistry)

MSc degree courses are provided in three key areas of Analytical Chemistry, Environmental Analytical Chemistry and in Pharmaceutical Analysis, University College Cork. They are designed to provide advanced knowledge and hands-on training in modern analytical instrumental techniques.

College of Science, Engineering and Food Science
M.Sc. Clinical Chemistry

This advanced taught Masters Programme in Clinical Chemistry is offered on a part-time basis over 2 years and is delivered by a panel of national and international medical and scientific experts in the discipline. The Clinical Biochemistry Unit at TCD is part of the School of Medicine and is Ireland’s only such facility. It is supported by the largest clinical biochemistry service in the country, with state of the art clinical laboratories at Tallaght Hospital, St. James’s Hospital, and Naas General Hospital.

School of Medicine
M.Sc. Chemistry (Negotiated Learning)

The MSc in Chemistry (Negotiated Learning) is offered by the University College Dublin to candidates who wish to specialize in a particular area of Chemistry before embarking on a higher degree by research or entering industry.

UCD School of Chemical and Bioprocess Engineering