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Chemistry Master's degrees RSC Accredited

Royal Society of Chemistry Accreditation

for Chemistry Master's degrees

Warwick Chemistry is now offering three Master's courses that are accredited by the Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC).

Students wanting to reap the benefits of an RSC accredited master's courseLink opens in a new window can do so through one of three of our taught postgraduate courses:

A Royal Society of Chemistry accredited chemistry degree is a mark of assurance that it meets specific standards used by the profession. It provides chemists with the knowledge, skills and competence required to progress their career and offers a route to professional awards such as Chartered Chemist (CChem).

Dr Nikola Chmel, Head of Postgraduate Taught Studies, Chemistry, said,

"We are delighted to have RSC accreditation for three of our master's programmes and the added reassurance that brings. We know our courses meet the needs of employers and students alike so to have this recognition is an excellent and welcome endorsement."

About the Royal Society of Chemistry

The Royal Society of Chemistry is an international organisation connecting chemical scientists with each other, with other scientists, and with society as a whole. They develop, recognise and celebrate professional capabilities, and bring people together to spark new ideas and new partnerships. They support teachers to inspire future generations of scientists, and speak up to influence the people making decisions that affect us all. One of their Royal Charter objectives requires them: to establish, uphold and advance the standards of qualification, competence and conduct of those who practise chemistry as a profession. More than 450 degree programmes at over 80 universities around the world are currently accredited by this well-established and respected accreditation system.

Warwick Chemistry is honoured to be part of this story.