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- Equivalent to UK lower second-class honours degree (2:ii) or above*
- You will also need to submit original transcripts from your undergraduate degree(s) (or officially certified copies thereof). For candidates yet to graduate, offers of studentships are conditional on them obtaining the appropriate degree grade.
- IELTS score of 6.5 or equivalent (if English is not your first language)
- The University offers pre-sessional language training support, which also allows you to get used to the campus, learn about the UK Higher Education system and the way we do things here. For more information see the Pre-sessional Course pages of the Centre for Applied Linguistics.
- Satisfactory References
- After completing the form, if you have provided us with an email address for your referees, they will automatically be sent a request for a reference. It is therefore critically important that their email address is correct. You can also download reference forms to pass on to your referees. If paper references are submitted then signed references on headed notepaper are required from the institution to which your referees belong.
- Your application and references will be reviewed be the Admissions Team. Providing your application meets the entry criteria, you will be invited to phone/Skype interview with a member of the Admissions Team. The final selection will be subject to a successful outcome of the interview.
* The Molecular Analytical Sciences MSc requires equivalent to UK upper second-class honours degree (2:i) or above.
To take up an offer of a place, the necessary funding must be obtained. The offer of a place to study for a Taught Masters Degree in the Chemistry Department at Warwick is made purely on the basis of academic ability and does not include any promise of funding for fees or living costs. Funding can be obtained from a number of sources including departmental and university scholarships, an external scholarship or by self-funding. More details can be found on our funding page.
How To Apply:
Applications are managed through the University's central graduate school admissions process. To apply for one of our MSc courses, complete the online application form (link at the top right of the page) selecting the appropriate code for the course you wish to study:
|Course Code||Course Name|
|P-F1PX||Analytical and Polymer Science|
|P-F1PY||Analytical Science and Instrumentation|
|P-F1PB||Chemistry with Scientific Writing|
|P-F3P9A||Diamond Science and Technology|
|P-F1PL||Molecular Analytical Science|
|P-F1PE||Scientific Communication and Research|
|**||Warwick/Monash Joint MSc in Polymer Chemistry|
** course will be available soon
Supporting documents can be submitted during the application process or can be sent electronically through the graduate school portal.
Your application will be passed to the course directors who will decide if you will receive an offer of a place. This will take effect from the following September/October.
For more information:
See the University central admissions guidance. If you have any further questions or need further information, please contact us.