Erasmus+ Information meeting for students qualified for Erasmus Studies in academic year 2017/2018.
10th March 2017 at 10:00
Faculty of Law, Administration and Economics, Building D,room 2D.
It is our pleasure to invite colleagues from other institutions to the 7th INTERNATIONAL STAFF TRAINING WEEK, which will take place in Wroclaw from 15th to 19th May 2017.
The course starts if the minimum number of six (6) students will enroll for the first year.
Master's degree Studies
Students are expected to have the basic chemistry skills obtained from the bachelor courses. The Master of Science program (2 years) is offered in the curriculum: Advanced Synthesis in Chemistry. The studies are closely related to the research at the Faculty - we believe that the best teaching is linked to research and we ensure that our programs are dynamic and up to date. Students are offered state of the art courses of advanced synthetic techniques and instrumental methods used in structural studies as well as variety of classes presenting correlation between structure of chemical compounds, both organic and inorganic, and their reactivity. Both curricula were elaborated by leading scientists, specialist in their area. Students can join each of the research groups at the Faculty and take part in scientific research. It is expected that Master thesis should contain a new scientific results which can be published in international journals.
What we offer:
- Top ranked chemistry department
- Teaching excellence
- World-leading research
- Highly supportive chemistry community
- Great networking opportunities
- Fantastic career prospects
* Students have to choose out of different facultative courses in English to get the desired amount of credit points. Optional courses start if the minimum enrolment of four students is reached.
|Applications of chemical materials||2||30|
|Bioorganic chemistry with elements of molecular biology||4||15||15|
|Catalysis and Green Chemistry||6||30||30|
|Chemistry in action: ideas and applications||3||45|
|Computer design and modelling of new materials||3||30||15|
|Contemporary organic synthesis||3||45|