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University of Jyväskylä Master of Science in Chemistry and Analytics for Circular Economy
University of Jyväskylä

Master of Science in Chemistry and Analytics for Circular Economy

Jyväskylän yliopisto, Finland

2 Years

English

Full time

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Sep 2024

EUR 12,000 / per year

On-Campus

Introduction

The Master's Degree Programme in Chemistry and Analytics for Circular Economy is a two-year (120 ECTS) full-time programme given in English. It is provided by the Faculty of Mathematics and Science.

CACE combines the basics of circular economy as well as the recovery and upcycling of both metals and bio-based materials in its course curriculum, with a strong focus on analytical chemistry. Major subject is chemistry with a minimum of 75 ECTS, and you can choose optional studies for example from business, leadership, marketing, statistics, planetary wellbeing, information seeking, career planning, communications and language studies to fulfill 120 ECTS. Teaching includes practical hands-on training with instrumental analysis.

Applications for this master's degree programme can be submitted once a year in January, and if you are accepted, your studies will begin in August. From this programme you will graduate with a Master of Science degree.

Why this programme?

CACE offers you unique expertise in the chemistry of circular economy. The curriculum combines the basics of circular economy as well as the recovery and upcycling of both metals and bio-based materials, with a strong focus on analytical chemistry. Teaching includes many practical courses on instrumental techniques in organic and inorganic analytical chemistry using modern chemical instruments at the Department of Chemistry. The students of CACE gain hands-on skills that are highly valued by potential employers, for example in chemical and forest industries, which develop solutions for circular economy in transition towards a zero-waste future.

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