Chemistry at University of Brighton - UCAS

Course summary

Discoveries in chemistry research can improve lives and solve problems of global importance. Our Chemistry MRes enables you to join a team of researchers aiming to address issues from environmental degradation to age-related illness, exploring the ways science can make peoples’ lives better. Our researchers are experts in their field, with strengths in medicinal, environmental, materials and analytical chemistry research. You will be attached to one or more of our research groups, working alongside postdoctoral and other postgraduate researchers with shared interests. Working with your supervisor, you’ll design and undertake a substantial research project which provides a real intellectual challenge and shows the relevance of scientific research to industry. You’ll demonstrate your creativity and initiative, and gain advanced knowledge of techniques such as chromatography spectroscopy and electroanalysis, as you build confidence and independence as a researcher. Our journal club provides opportunities to explore and evaluate current scientific journal articles through presentations from guest speakers and student-led discussion.


Areas of study Core modules Research Project Current Research in Chemistry Two from: Inorganic Chemistry Frontiers Physical Chemistry Frontiers Organic Chemistry Frontiers Options Nanotechnology Research: Therapeutics, Diagnostics and Advanced Pharmaceutics Advanced Pharmaceutical Analysis Industrial Manufacturing Processes Omics for Diseases: Theory, Practice and Applications Applied Nucleic Acid Biochemistry Applied Protein Biochemistry Microbiology, Ecotoxicology and Environmental Remediation Real Time Techniques for In Vitro and In Vivo Monitoring Novel Medicinal Products; a Clinical Perspective Controversies in Science Geographical Information Systems Applications of GIS Water Quality analysis The research project is central to the course and allows you to work at the forefront of the discipline as you advance your knowledge of research methods and chemical principles. You design your own project under the supervision of one or more members of the Chemistry Research Group.

Entry requirements

Degree and experience A 2:1 degree in a relevant subject. Students with a degree that does not fall within this category but who have significant relevant experience, will also be considered. All applicants should provide a full description of any research projects undertaken, relevant work experience and non-academic qualifications. ATAS requirements The JACS code for this course is F100, meaning that students from outside the European Economic Area (EEA) and Switzerland will have to apply for an Academic Technology Approval Scheme (ATAS) certificate before they apply for a visa. Details can be found on the website. English language requirements IELTS score of 6.5, with no part below 6.0. International students whose language skills do not match the IELTS scores set out here should consider applying for this course through the Extended Masters programme at the university's Language Institute.

Fees and funding

Tuition fees

England £7704 Whole course
Northern Ireland £7704 Whole course
Scotland £7704 Whole course
Wales £7704 Whole course
International £15300 Whole course

Additional fee information

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Chemistry at University of Brighton - UCAS