Sign up for a Live Webinar and find out about studying a Masters in Chemistry
We're hosting online webinars where you can speak to our course director and admission tutor and the current Chemistry students, who'll be happy to answer any of your questions about Chemistry MSc at Warwick.
Upcoming Live Webinars
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What is a live webinar?
Our webinars are a great opportunity to find out more about our full-time and part-time MSc degrees. Our webinars are managed by staff and students from our department. These sessions are open to all, and enable prospective UK and international students to ask questions relating to our Chemistry MSc courses.
Who am I messaging?
Each webinar is administered by an academic member of staff who teaches Chemistry. At the beginning of the webinar session, the academic member of staff will introduce themselves to you, so you'll know who you're speaking to.
What typical questions are asked?
You might want to find out more about what courses we offer, what modules you might study, assessment methods at Warwick, projects, and opportunities available beyond the classroom. This is your chance to ask us any of your questions.
If you are unable to join us for the webinar you can contact the department and we would be happy to help.
Register your interest in our courses
Register your details to be kept up to date with the latest course information, news and events from the Department of Chemistry.
Postgraduate Open Days
In addition to Live Webinars, the University of Warwick also runs a series of Postgraduate Open Days throughout the year where you can find out about the department and the University.
Frequently asked questions and further help
You can find answers to our most frequently asked questions on our dedicated chemistry postgraduate FAQ page.
Visit our course modules page to find out more about the modules on offer and explore our postgraduate pages where we explain the application process, what accommodation is available, campus life and how we support students, plus more.