If you are thinking about applying to university to study a chemistry degree, then take a look at the range of chemistry degrees offered by us at the University of Southampton.
If you are
thinking about applying to university to study a chemistry degree, then take a
look at the range of chemistry degrees offered by us at the University of
We firmly believe that a sound knowledge of chemistry is fundamental to
understanding the modern world. As a chemistry degree student, we will
encourage you to develop your skills in this fast-moving science through hands-on
laboratory work, lectures and seminars.
You will also gain confidence in vital workplace skills such as communication
and presentation that will boost your employability, no matter what career you
choose after graduation.
Our impressive laboratories are among the best teaching facilities in the UK,
with expert academic and technical staff always on hand to help you learn the
practical side of your chemistry degree.
Whether you are hoping to become a professional scientist or are seeking a
broad scientifically-centred education, our portfolio of chemistry degree
programmes is designed to meet your needs.
For example, all our MChem chemistry degree programmes are accredited by the
Royal Society of Chemistry. Furthermore, recent graduates can apply to become
an Associate Member of the RSC and can upgrade to being a full member once they
have a least three yearsí postgraduate experience.
Many of our undergraduate chemistry degree students stay on with us to take a
PhD and then stay in chemistry once they have finished their higher degree,
entering industry or staying in academia as a post-doctoral researcher.
Other undergraduate chemistry degree students gain graduate entry into the
chemical industry, go into teacher training, or enter financial and project
We welcome chemistry degree applications from students who have studied
anywhere in the world and who come from a wide variety of academic backgrounds.
All applications for our courses have to be made through the University and
Colleges Application Service (UCAS).
You can discover more about our chemistry