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Study Chemistry at the University of Warwick

Chemistry at Warwick

Study Chemistry at Warwick

The Department of Chemistry at Warwick is a thriving community of students, academics, researchers, and support staff.

By joining our department, you will quickly share in our enthusiasm for chemistry and its applications, from medicine to renewable energy.

Our Rankings

One of the most targeted universities by top employers

(The Graduate Market in 2022Link opens in a new window High Fliers Research)

Warwick Chemistry produces 100% world-leading and internationally excellent research activities in REF 2021 in a new windowLink opens in a new window

Ranked 8th in the UK for Undergraduate Chemistry courses

The Times and Sunday Times Good University Guide 2023

Ranked 12th in the UK

QS World University Rankings by Subject 2022

Applications are open

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Why Chemistry at Warwick?

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Fantastic Student Experience

At Warwick, we prepare students to be the critical thinkers and change agents of tomorrow.

Our unique learning community is built on three pillars of student experience: we are deeply rooted in student-led research; we offer education with a global outlook; and we push the boundaries of a single discipline.

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World leading research

Our Chemistry academics carry out their own research alongside their teaching roles. They will make sure that your course is kept up-to-date with the latest research developments within science.

You can also take up opportunities to work on research projects too.

Chemists researching in the lab

Gain practical and laboratorial experience

  • Study in industry-standard facilities
  • Carry out experiments in small groups
  • Study with our helpful and knowledgeable teaching staff
  • Learn standard techniques and apply your knowledge to investigation and problem solving
  • Enjoy unique practical experiments designed by our researchers