Green and Sustainable Chemistry MSc

Key facts

  • Explore the latest developments in sustainable chemistry
  • Benefit from world class facilities and our strong links with industry
  • Learn from the experts on our interdisciplinary programme

Explore green and sustainable chemistry

Chemistry plays a key role in our search for better medicines to improve healthcare in an ageing population, for safer agrochemicals to aid food production for a growing population, and for advanced materials for new technologies. Our objective is to ensure that chemistry is sustainable.

Be part of a new generation of scientists being trained to find innovative sustainable resource and energy-efficient solutions that have low environmental impact, demonstrate social responsibility and make a positive contribution to economic growth.

Discover many aspects of modern sustainable chemistry including:

  • feedstocks
  • energy
  • sustainable synthesis (including biocatalysis)
  • industrial process design

You will develop an excellent knowledge of contemporary methods of synthesis, analysis and process design optimised for both energy and reaction mass efficiency.

Equip yourself with the tools to critically evaluate comparable reaction pathways and make decisions in the design of efficient chemical processes key to the pharmaceutical, agrochemical and other chemical-using industries.

Learn from the experts in this interdisciplinary programme which capitalises on strong established links between the School of Chemistry, the Faculty of Engineering, and the Nottingham Business School. 

Undertake original research

A highlight of the course is a two-month, 60-credit summer research project in original experimental work.

You will be supervised by one or more academic staff members and will join an active research group.

MSc Award
September Start
Full-time Study Mode
1 years Duration

Entry Requirements For This Course

2.1 with a significant chemical content (or international equivalent)

IELTS: 6.0 with at least 5.5 in each element

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