Undergraduate courses for entry in 2021
- BSc3 yearsF100
- MChem4 yearsF109
- MChem4 yearsF101
- MChem4 yearsF104
- BSc3 yearsF150
- MChem4 yearsF152
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In the top five Chemistry degree programmes in the UK
Academic Ranking of World Universities, 2019
Proud history since 1824, with seven chemistry Nobel Prize winners
Graduates eligible for membership of the Royal Society of Chemistry
Award-winning Peer Assisted Support Scheme PASS
Why study Chemistry at Manchester?
Chemistry is a broad and thrilling science, and this course presents a wealth of exciting opportunities.
The study of modern chemistry and the city of Manchester have close ties, with seven Manchester chemists winning the Nobel Prize, including Ernest Rutherford – a prestige which the University continues to build on.
Through lectures and small teaching groups led by world experts, and with access to our £14 million teaching laboratories – including a dedicated NMR spectrometer – you will develop both the knowledge and practical skills to kick-start your career.