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Developing New Substances and Materials
Chemistry in Groningen is the home of 2016 Nobel Prize winner Ben Feringa, who has won the Nobel Prize in Chemistry for his research on a light-driven rotary molecular motor.
How can you make a flexible solar cell that can be fixed to anything? How can you build a molecular-scale motor? These are some of the fascinating questions that you will try to answer as a chemist.
Chemistry is the study of molecules and how they interact. As a chemist equipped with this knowledge, you can produce new substances and materials or devise solutions for all sorts of problems.
Chemistry is a broad discipline has many parallels with other science subjects such as physics, mathematics, astronomy and biology. If you are interested in exploring the interfaces with those subjects, you can do so in Groningen! You can expand your knowledge of chemistry and discover and apply new materials.
Working on the environment, medicines or new foods … What will you choose?
As a chemist you will have excellent career prospects. There are openings in a variety of areas, such as business, health care, environmental inspection and education.
Chemists are often involved in the development of new medicines, or in the search for new synthetic materials with special properties. Another path is the creation of a more sustainable world because trough solutions for generating energy, for example using sunlight or motion.
Admission requirements for this chemistry program at University of Groningen:
- Pre-University degree with math, chemistry and physics
- Proficient in English- Proven with a test
For more detailed information about admission requirements fill out an Information Request form.
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Scholarships are available to students at University of Groningen based on academic, country of origin, selection of programme, and more.
Tuition costs for the Bachelor in Chemistry at University of Groningen:
- EU students 2019-2020: €2083/year
- Non- EU students 2019-2020: €12500/ year
For more information about tuition and scholarships to see if you qualify, fill out an Information Request form.
A Bachelor of Science in Chemistry from University of Groningen.
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The University of Groningen is one of the oldest universities in the Netherlands, founded in 1614 the university ranks amongst the top 100 universities in the world. We are a research intensive institution offering a wide range of highly regarded bachelor,...
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