Enter a course name, school type and location:

Chemistry Degree Courses in Southampton, UK

Contact Our School

Chemistry at The University of Southampton:
Chemistry is a subject that will give you the expertise for the multidisciplinary world of research. By choosing to study a bachelor's or masters chemistry degree at the University of Southampton, you will have the opportunity to undertake an exciting and challenging combination of theory, applications and practical work. Conveniently located only 75 miles south-west of London and 19 miles north-west of Portsmouth, Southampton is located in Hampshire on the south coast of England.

Bachelor's & Masters Chemistry Degree Programmes:

BSc Chemistry
The aims of the BSc Chemistry programme are to enhance your sense of enthusiasm for chemistry and to involve you in an intellectually stimulating experience of learning in a supportive environment. Whether you are hoping to become a professional scientist or are seeking a broad scientifically-centred education, our BSc Chemistry degree is designed to meet your needs. Our overall aim is to provide you with the highest quality of teaching and pastoral support in attractive modern surroundings. 

We will provide a strong foundation for a successful career as a professional chemist and provide opportunities for you to develop a range of transferable skills for both chemical and non-chemical careers. We will provide you with a sound background in all aspects of chemistry as part of a rounded scientific education, as well as comprehensive training in practical chemistry and an appreciation of the importance of the discipline in different contexts. 

MChem Chemistry
The MChem single and combined Honours programmes aim to enhance your sense of enthusiasm for chemistry and to involve you in an intellectually stimulating experience of learning in a supportive environment. Our first single honours MChem, Chemistry with Professional Training, was the first of its kind in the UK. Many students have since graduated from this programme and taken up successful careers within chemistry as well as the wider working environment. 

We will provide a sound basis for a successful career as a professional chemist and provide opportunities for you to develop a range of transferable skills for both chemical and non-chemical careers. You will gain extensive in-depth knowledge and understanding of chemistry and related subjects, as well as a comprehensive training in practical chemistry and an appreciation of the importance of the discipline in different contexts. You will also have the opportunity to work on an original project in an industrial or academic research laboratory to equip you for a successful career as a professional chemist and enable you to fulfil the requirements of the Royal Society of Chemistry for the CChem qualification.

BNatSci Chemistry and Biological Science (specialising in chemistry)
As many modern sciences are developing at the boundaries of traditional disciplines, this Natural Science programme should provide you with the qualifications and skills to contribute to this development. At the start of the degree you choose two topics.  At the end of year 1 you decide which of these you wish to focus on - this becomes subject 1 whilst the other becomes subject 2.

The objective is to offer an undergraduate programme which allows you to pursue a combination of two science subjects, with both subjects being studied in each year of the degree. These combinations are collectively known as Natural Sciences. Maintaining learning in two key sciences in all levels of your degree provides you with an interdisciplinary training that will reflect the multifaceted nature of many aspects of modern science, both in terms of research and industrial application. You must take at least two experimental subjects (subject 1 and subject 2).  All the modules chosen for this degree will be selected from subjects offered by the Academic Units in the Faculty of Natural and Environmental Sciences.

MNatSci Chemistry and Biological Science (specialising in chemistry)
The objective of this course is to offer an undergraduate programme which allows you to pursue a combination of two science subjects, with both subjects being studied in each year of the degree. These combinations are collectively known as Natural Sciences. As many modern sciences are developing at the boundaries of traditional disciplines, this Natural Science programme should provide you with the qualifications and skills to contribute to this development. At the start of the degree you choose two topics.  At the end of year 1 you decide which of these you wish to focus on - this becomes subject 1 whilst the other becomes subject 2.

Maintaining learning in two key sciences in all levels of your degree provides you with an interdisciplinary training that will reflect the multifaceted nature of many aspects of modern science, both in terms of research and industrial application. You must take at least two experimental subjects (subject 1 and subject 2). All the modules chosen for this degree will be selected from subjects offered by the Academic Units in the Faculty of Natural and Environmental Sciences.

BNatSci Chemistry and Ocean and Earth Science (specialising in chemistry)
As many modern sciences are developing at the boundaries of traditional disciplines, this Natural Science programme should provide you with the qualifications and skills to contribute to this development. At the start of the degree you choose two topics.  At the end of year 1 you decide which of these you wish to focus on - this becomes subject 1 whilst the other becomes subject 2.

The objective is to offer an undergraduate programme which allows you to pursue a combination of two science subjects, with both subjects being studied in each year of the degree. These combinations are collectively known as Natural Sciences. Maintaining learning in two key sciences in all levels of your degree provides you with an interdisciplinary training that will reflect the multifaceted nature of many aspects of modern science, both in terms of research and industrial application. You must take at least two experimental subjects (subject 1 and subject 2).  All the modules chosen for this degree will be selected from subjects offered by the Academic Units in the Faculty of Natural and Environmental Sciences.

MNatSci Natural Sciences Chemistry and Ocean and Earth Science (specialising in chemistry)
The objective is to offer an undergraduate programme which allows you to pursue a combination of two science subjects, with both subjects being studied in each year of the degree. These combinations are collectively known as Natural Sciences. Maintaining learning in two key sciences in all levels of your degree provides you with an interdisciplinary training that will reflect the multifaceted nature of many aspects of modern science, both in terms of research and industrial application. As many modern sciences are developing at the boundaries of traditional disciplines, this Natural Science programme should provide you with the qualifications and skills to contribute to this development.

At the start of the degree you choose two topics.  At the end of year 1 you decide which of these you wish to focus on - this becomes subject 1 whilst the other becomes subject 2. You must take at least two experimental subjects (subject 1 and subject 2).  All the modules chosen for this degree will be selected from subjects offered by the Academic Units in the Faculty of Natural and Environmental Sciences.

MChem Chemistry with six month placement
The MChem single and combined Honours programmes aim to enhance your sense of enthusiasm for chemistry and to involve you in an intellectually stimulating experience of learning in a supportive environment. Our first single honours MChem, Chemistry with Professional Training, was the first of its kind in the UK. Many students have since graduated from this programme and taken up successful careers within chemistry as well as the wider working environment.

We will provide a sound basis for a successful career as a professional chemist and provide opportunities for you to develop a range of transferable skills for both chemical and non-chemical careers. You will gain extensive in-depth knowledge and understanding of chemistry and related subjects, as well as a comprehensive training in practical chemistry and an appreciation of the importance of the discipline in different contexts. 

You will also have the opportunity to work on an original project in an industrial or academic research laboratory to equip you for a successful career as a professional chemist and enable you to fulfil the requirements of the Royal Society of Chemistry for the CChem qualification.

MChem Chemistry with 1 year long placement
The MChem single and combined Honours programmes aim to enhance your sense of enthusiasm for chemistry and to involve you in an intellectually stimulating experience of learning in a supportive environment. Our first single honours MChem, Chemistry with Professional Training, was the first of its kind in the UK. Many students have since graduated from this programme and taken up successful careers within chemistry as well as the wider working environment.

We will provide a sound basis for a successful career as a professional chemist and provide opportunities for you to develop a range of transferable skills for both chemical and non-chemical careers. You will gain extensive in-depth knowledge and understanding of chemistry and related subjects, as well as a comprehensive training in practical chemistry and an appreciation of the importance of the discipline in different contexts. You will also have the opportunity to work on an original project in an industrial or academic research laboratory to equip you for a successful career as a professional chemist and enable you to fulfil the requirements of the Royal Society of Chemistry for the CChem qualification.

BSc Chemistry with foundation year in science
The University of Southampton offers a Foundation Year in Science as part of its suite of one year Foundation degrees that can lead to the first year of BSc degree programmes in Chemistry, Biological Sciences, Oceanography and Earth Sciences, and various branches of Engineering. The Foundation Year is the start of a four-year BSc degree for students who wish to study a science discipline but don't have the traditional entry qualifications. There are three core areas: biology, chemistry and maths. Sessions in the first two weeks of study explain the resources at the University that are available to students.

MChem Chemistry with Mathematics 
This programme aims to enhance your sense of enthusiasm for chemistry and mathematics, and to involve you in an intellectually stimulating experience of learning in a supportive environment. You will gain extensive in-depth knowledge and understanding of chemistry and mathematics and their relationship to each other, as well as comprehensive training in practical chemistry and an appreciation of the importance of the discipline in different contexts. The MChem Chemistry with Mathematics is a flexible combined honours degree that accommodates mathematics, while offering the same core content in chemistry as our other MChem degrees. 

We will provide a sound basis for a successful career as a professional chemist and provide opportunities for you to develop a range of transferable skills for both chemical and non-chemical careers. You will also have the opportunity to work on two full research projects, one in our research laboratories and another that might be with an external industrial or academic organisation. This experience will equip you for a successful career as a professional chemist and enable you to fulfil the requirements of the Royal Society of Chemistry for the CChem qualification.

MChem Chemistry with Medicinal Sciences
The MChem Chemistry with Medicinal Science programme aims to enhance your sense of enthusiasm for chemistry in combination with medicinal sciences and to involve you in an intellectually stimulating experience of learning in a supportive environment. It is a flexible combined honours degree that allows you to take a six-month external placement alongside your studies in chemistry and the physical and life science aspects of medicinal science. You will gain extensive in-depth knowledge and understanding of chemistry and the medicinal sciences that are academically and professionally complementary to it, as well as comprehensive training in practical chemistry and an appreciation of the importance of the discipline in different contexts. 

You will also have the opportunity to work on two full research projects, one in our research laboratories and another that might be with an external industrial or academic organisation. This experience will equip you for a successful career as a professional chemist and enable you to fulfil the requirements of the Royal Society of Chemistry for the CChem qualification. It will provide opportunities for you to develop a range of transferable skills for both chemical and non-chemical careers.

MSc Instrumental Analytical Chemistry
The programme is structured around a solid core comprised of the three main analytical techniques – Mass spectrometry, NMR spectroscopy and X-ray diffraction. Each of these techniques contains a number of key common themes (data collection, analysis and management). Supporting modules feature further analytical techniques and serve to embed themes of GLP, facility management and enterprise into the programme.

A group analytical project develops interpersonal skills and the ability to work in a team and will be the first opportunity for students to independently fully exercise some of the components of the course taught in the first semester. The integral research project provides an opportunity to explore any of the main themes directly or as part of a collaborative synthetic/analytical investigation.

Email: Contact Us

Address: Highfield, Southampton, England SO17 1BJ, UK & England
Some interested visitors submitting program inquiries to our school up to 2018-03-01 were from:

Sedalia CO, USA;   Francistown, Botswana;   Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia;   Tekovské Lužany, Slovakia;   MASERU, Lesotho;   and more.
Related Schools & Programs. Inquire to our admissions team today:
School of Contemporary Chinese Studies, University of Nottingham
Courses / Programs
The School of Contemporary Chinese Studies, University of Nottingham is located in Nottingham, in Nottinghamshire County in the East Midlands of England (approximately 2 hours north of London). We are the only academic school in the UK to focus specifically on contemporary China, and are recognised as a national leader in the provision of high quality, discipline-based research and degree programs in this area.

We provide a wide range of courses at both undergraduate and postgraduate level to students from the UK, Europe and around the world. Unlike any other university in the UK, we welcome students who have already studied Mandarin as well as complete beginners; native speakers of Mandarin Chinese are offered a broad range of alternative modules.

We are distinct not only in our key strengths but in how our many strengths combine: we are financially secure, campus based and comprehensive; we are research-led and recruit top students and staff from around the world; we are committed to internationalising all our core activities so our students can have a valuable and enjoyable experience that prepares them well for the rest of their intellectual, professional and personal lives.
Undergraduate degree courses:
- BA (Hons) Contemporary Chinese Studies degree course
- Undergraduate Masters degree courses
- Collaborative courses

Postgraduate degree courses: Masters and PhD (Taught and Research)
- MSc Banking and Financial Markets in Contemporary China NEW
- MSc Business and Economy of Contemporary China

Mandarin Chinese tuition courses

Please see the Programs Page for a full list of courses.
Arts University Bournemouth (AUB)
Courses / Programs
• Study for 1, 2 or 3 semesters at the UK’s No. 1 arts university!

• Arts University Bournemouth (AUB) is a leading university specialising in arts, performance, design, and media education. Easily accessible less than 2 hours south of London by train, AUB provides study abroad BA (Hons) courses for international students and professionals who wish to spend time abroad in pursuit of careers in creative arts, graphic design, interior design, fashion, makeup, visual communication, architecture, acting, film production, photography, dance, and more.

• Our short study abroad courses are designed for students who want to spend time in university or college in the UK, developing their creative skills and perhaps gaining credits towards their university degree, but do not necessarily want to spend as much as 2-3 years studying in the UK.

• Students are fully integrated with our full-time BA (Hons) degree students, and these courses can be taken for 1 term, 2 terms, or 3 terms.

• If you can't find the exact course you want, we can design a course tailored to your individual needs. You can join several groups of students on a range of different courses and also receive one-to-one tuition.

• We also provide summer study abroad programs.

Student Review:
“I like the fact that the course has a good structure. You can always give your work a personal touch. I really appreciate that all my tutors are helpful, open-minded and have an immense knowledge, which they enjoy sharing.”
- Shivaji, India
1, 2 or 3 semesters on the following degree courses:

• Acting, Animation Production, Architecture, Photography, Costume with Performance Design, Creative Events Management, Fashion Studies, Film Production, Fine Art, Graphic Design, Visual Communication, Visual Effects Design & Production, Illustration, Interior Architecture & Design, MakeUp for Media & Performance, Textiles, Modelmaking, Dance.

Further Courses:
• Portfolio Preparation Art, Design & Media (1 or 2 terms)
• Preparation for Masters (2 terms)
• Summer creative arts courses for ages 13-14, 15+, 18+ / adults.
The University of Law
Courses / Programs
The University of Law is one of the UK's longest-established specialist providers of legal education and training in the UK, with campuses in London, Birmingham, Bristol, Guildford, Leeds, Manchester and Nottingham, as well as our GDL and LPC courses being taught in the University of East Anglia, the University of Exeter, the University of Reading and the University of Liverpool. 

Previously The College of Law, The University of Law was granted university status in November 2012 and now offers degrees in Business, Law, Criminology and Policing, plus a range of postgraduate legal training and Master's degrees designed by qualified experts to help students advance at any stage in their career.

The University of Law specialises in teaching, not research, and was awarded a silver rating in the Teaching Excellence and Student Outcomes Framework (TEF) in June 2019. We were found to deliver high quality teaching, learning and outcomes for our students and consistently exceed rigorous national quality requirements for UK higher education.

We have the UK's largest legal alumni group with over 64,000 members, giving our students excellent networking opportunities.
- Pre-Sessional English for International Students
- International Foundation Programmes in Business or Law
- A range of Business Degrees and Masters qualifications.
- Law, Criminology and Policing degrees
- A wide range of Legal degrees with specialist options
- Graduate Diploma in Law (GDL)
- Master of Arts in Law (MA Law)
- Legal Practice Course (LPC)
- Bar Professional Training Course (BPTC)
- Master of Laws (LLM)
- MSc Programmes
- Professional training
- Plus a range of study options are available, including online
The University of Manchester
Courses / Programs
The University of Manchester, a leading UK university, is the largest single-site higher education institution in the country and offers a wide range of undergraduate degree programmes to both UK and international students. The university has a world-class reputation for generating new ideas and innovations and counts over 20 Nobel prize winners among its staff and former students. Building on its historical prestige, the university aims to be listed among the world’s top 25 research universities in the world.

The University of Manchester is world-renowned for its academic and research excellence. With a distinguished history and exciting agenda for the future, our graduates are constantly in demand from the world's top employers. The high-quality education offered in the UK is recognised around the world, with students from more than 180 countries wanting to study at the university.

The university is conveniently located in Manchester in North-West England, approximately 27 miles (43 km) east of Liverpool, 67 miles (107 km) north of Birmingham and 165 miles (265 km) north-west of London.

Manchester is a truly multicultural city where international students are well catered for.
Undergraduate degree courses by subject:
- Accounting & Finance
- Aerospace Engineering
- Art History &Visual Studies
- Audiology
- Biochemistry
- Biotechnology
- Business & Management
- Chemistry
- Civil Engineering
- Computer Science
- Criminology
- Dentistry
- Education
- Electrical & Electronic Engineering
- Genetics
- Geography
- Law
- Life Sciences
- Medicine
- Neuroscience
- Nursing, Midwifery & Social Work
- Pharmacy & Pharmaceutical Sciences
- Physiology
- Psychology
- Speech & Language Therapy
& more...
London Metropolitan University
Courses / Programs
London Metropolitan University is one of the foremost providers of undergraduate, postgraduate, professional and vocational education and training in Britain. Our courses are planned in consultation with employers and examining bodies in commerce, industry, the world of art and design, the financial services industries and the professions. The end result is courses that are of direct relevance to their field and of a high quality. The University is committed to social justice, equal opportunities and community involvement and has many years' experience of dealing with the needs of mature and overseas students.
Undergraduate courses - BA, BSc, & BEng, HNCs, HNDs, Foundation and Extended degrees. Postgraduate courses - MA & MSc, MPhil & PhD programmes. Further Education - City and Guilds, Access courses. Professional & Short Courses
University of Bristol, Department of Electrical & Electronic Engineering
Courses / Programs
University of Bristol, Department of Electrical & Electronic Engineering is one of the UK's premier Electrical and Electronic Engineering Departments, and is part of an internationally-distinguished, leading UK university. This renowned department offers a wide range of accredited undergraduate & postgraduate degree programmes including Bachelor's of Engineering & Master's of Engineering to suit all requirements for both UK & international students.

Independent teaching-quality inspections and newspaper league-tables rate this department as one of the very best in the UK in which to study electronics.

Extensive research activities mean that our academic staff teach the very latest developments in this exciting and rapidly changing field, and that all our technical equipment is up-to-the-minute. We provide links to industry and we have an active Industrial Advisory Board to ensure that we offer an education that prepares students for employment after graduation.

The University of Bristol is centrally located in Bristol, a vibrant and multicultural city in the South-West of England, approximately 100 miles (160 km) west of London, and 79 miles (127 km) south-west of Birmingham.
Undergraduate degree programmes - Bachelor of Engineering (BEng) & Master of Engineering (MEng): The usual degree path taken by students is a 4-year MEng degree (which meets the educational requirements of the Engineering Council), although some students opt for the 3-year BEng programmes.

- MEng Computer Science & Electronics
- MEng Electrical & Electronic Engineering
- MEng Electronic & Communications Engineering
- BEng Electrical & Electronic Engineering
& more...

Postgraduate degree programmes