This course can be studied full-time as a one year course, or part-time over three years. Analytical Science supports research and development in key industries and underpins many aspects of biological and clinical sciences, environmental sciences, pharmaceutical sciences, materials science and synthetic chemistry. This course offers expertise from international experts within academia and collaborating companies like Syngenta, AstraZeneca and Pfizer.
You’ll be trained in experimental and theoretical/ computational approaches to creatively solve real-world problems. We place strong emphasis on collaborative research with our industrial partners and academic disciplines, and you’ll take two 10-week mini projects in two different research teams as part of this course. As such, this course will ideally prepare you for a research career in Analytical Science, or to take up further studies with a PhD.
Please note: This course is only available as a part of 1+3 MSc+PhD programme.
- Principles and Techniques in Quantitative and Qualitative Analysis
- Statistics for Data Analysis
- Frontier Instrumental Techniques for Analytical Science
- Microscopy and Imaging
- Introduction to Chemistry and Biochemistry
- Computational Modelling
- Team Research Project: Real World Analysis
- Transferrable Skills
You will study three of the following:
- Electrochemistry and Sensors
- Mass Spectrometry
- Chromatography and Separation Science
- Magnetic Resonance
- Molecular Modelling
* The modules mentioned above may be subject to change. Please read our terms and conditions for more detailed information.
Based on the full-time, one year duration, the first 25 weeks are lecture-based, providing you with a diverse range of skills in analytical sciences to complete a successful 20 week research project.
Full-time: 1 year
Part-time: 3 years
2:i undergraduate degree (or equivalent) in a related subject
English Language requirements
Location of study
University of Warwick
Home/EU: £8,580 per year
Home/EU: £4,290 per year
Find out more about fees and funding.