The education programmes in chemistry
Master's Programme in Chemistry (120 credits)
The Master's Programme in Chemistry offers a choice between eight study tracks: Analytical Chemistry, Biochemistry, Bio- and Nanomaterials, Physical Chemistry, Chemicals for Renewable Energy, Chemical Biology, Organic Chemistry, and Theoretical Chemistry. All of these tracks are based on strong areas of research at Uppsala University, providing you with cutting-edge expertise through in-depth studies in the particular area of your choice.
(In addition to these tracks, we also offer the Master's Programme in Analytical Chemistry - EACH (Excellence in Analytical Chemistry) and the Master's Programme in Battery Technology and Energy Storage. See below for more information.)
You may also choose, within the framework of your degree, to combine chemistry studies with subjects such as entrepreneurship, languages or project management.
Find out more about the Master's Programme in Chemistry.
Master's Programme in Analytical Chemistry - EACH (120 credits)
This international two-year joint Master's Programme in Analytical Chemistry enables specialists in analytical chemistry to become highly qualified for work in industry and chemical analysis laboratories worldwide. The programme has been recognised by the European Union as a joint Master's degree programme, known as Excellence in Analytical Chemistry (EACH).
The EACH programme is an Erasmus Mundus programme that is taught by four European universities: University of Tartu, Estonia; Uppsala University, Sweden; Claude Bernard University Lyon 1, France; and Åbo Akademi University, Finland.
Find out more about the Master's Programme in Analytical Chemistry - EACH.
Master's Programme in Battery Technology and Energy Storage (120 credits)
Energy storage is key for transforming into a climate neutral society and a rapidly growing industry. Join the Master's Programme in Battery Technology and Energy Storage to understand the fundamentals of battery materials, cells and systems, and how this technology impacts our society and environment. Qualified professionals in the field are in high demand and this programme provides you with an attractive profile in an expansive labour market.
Find out more about the Master's Programme in Battery Technology and Energy Storage.
Courses in chemistry
Below you can see all the courses we provide within chemistry during this academic year. You can also use the filters on the side to narrow your selection.
Information of which chemistry courses are provided within the programmes are stated in the programme links above.