MSc studentship in Chemistry – Catalysis

The Cardiff School of Chemistry is pleased to offer a number of studentships for students studying the MSc in Catalysis. The course will provide training in the state-of-the-art of catalysis theory, application, preparation and analysis and is recommended for graduates in chemistry or chemical engineering wishing to pursue a career in academia or industry.

This is for the taught MSc Catalysis course and not for PGR research projects

For more information on the MSc in Catalysis, click here.

Start date: 1 October 2013


The Studentship will include full tuition fees. An additional stipend will also be offered to outstanding candidates, at the following levels:

  • Applicants with a 1st class degree will receive a stipend of £4,000
  • Applicants with a 2:1 class degree will receive a stipend of £3,000
  • Applicants with a 2:2 class degree will receive a stipend of £2,000

How to Apply, Eligibility, Further Information

Application deadline: August 31st 2013

Consideration is automatic on applying for postgraduate study on the Catalysis MSc programme.

For more information (including eligibility criteria) and to apply for this opportunity, please click on the Apply button below.

About the School of Chemistry

The Cardiff School of Chemistry is located in the Main Building, part of Cathays Park campus that boasts an outstanding central location. The School has an excellent reputation across the range of modern chemical sciences, with particular strengths in surface science, catalysis, chemical biology, solid state/materials chemistry, physical organic chemistry, synthesis and theoretical chemistry. In the most recent Research Assessment Exercise, all of the School’s output was rated of at least international standard, with 60% internationally leading. 

About Cardiff University

The University is a member of the Russell Group and internationally recognised as one of Britain’s leading teaching and research universities.

Our Graduate Centre is a unique facility dedicated to meeting the needs of postgraduate students, by providing a wide range of study and social resources and services, exclusive to postgraduates, which complement those offered by our academic schools.

 The University is attractively and conveniently located at the heart of a modern and vibrant capital city, providing a high quality of life to its students.

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