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Master Programme in Chemistry - Chemistry for Renewable Energy

Programme duration: 2 years (120 ECTS credits)

University: Uppsala University

Programme website: Master Programme in Chemistry - Chemistry for Renewable Energy

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The Master Programme in Chemistry at Uppsala University has strong links to world-leading research conducted at the university. As a student, you will have the opportunity for in-depth studies of the specific area of chemistry in which you are most interested. Some of the specialisations include, for example, the track in Chemistry for Renewable Energy and Bio- and Nanomaterials, which are unique specialisations for Uppsala University.

Uppsala University is a highly ranked university, and two of our eight Nobel laureates have been chemists. The chemistry education at Uppsala University was also ranked excellent in the latest ranking by the Centre for Higher Education Development, and was ranked top 100 by the QS World University Rankings.

The programme offers a choice between nine study tracks, all of which are based on strong areas of research at Uppsala University, providing you with cutting-edge expertise through in-depth studies in the particular area of your choice. Also, you may choose within the framework of your degree, to combine chemistry with subjects such as entrepreneurship or project management.

The specialisations are:

- Analytical Chemistry
- Biochemistry
- Bio- and Nano Materials
- Chemical Biology
- Chemistry for Renewable Energy
- EACH - Excellence in Analytical Chemistry
- Organic Chemistry
- Physical Chemistry
- Theoretical Chemistry

The individual training of experimental, conceptual and communication skills will make you attractive in your future career, either in academia or the private sector.

The language of instruction is English.

The programme leads to a Master of Science (120 credits) with Chemistry as the main field of study.

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Master Programme in Chemistry - Chemical Biology

Programme duration: 2 years (120 ECTS credits)

University: Uppsala University

Programme website: Master Programme in Chemistry - Chemical Biology

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The Master Programme in Chemistry at Uppsala University has strong links to world-leading research conducted at the university. As a student, you will have the opportunity for in-depth studies of the specific area of chemistry in which you are most interested. Some of the specialisations include, for example, the track in Chemistry for Renewable Energy and Bio- and Nanomaterials, which are unique specialisations for Uppsala University.

Uppsala University is a highly ranked university, and two of our eight Nobel laureates have been chemists. The chemistry education at Uppsala University was also ranked excellent in the latest ranking by the Centre for Higher Education Development, and was ranked top 100 by the QS World University Rankings.

The programme offers a choice between nine study tracks, all of which are based on strong areas of research at Uppsala University, providing you with cutting-edge expertise through in-depth studies in the particular area of your choice. Also, you may choose within the framework of your degree, to combine chemistry with subjects such as entrepreneurship or project management.

The specialisations are:

- Analytical Chemistry
- Biochemistry
- Bio- and Nano Materials
- Chemical Biology
- Chemistry for Renewable Energy
- EACH - Excellence in Analytical Chemistry
- Organic Chemistry
- Physical Chemistry
- Theoretical Chemistry

The individual training of experimental, conceptual and communication skills will make you attractive in your future career, either in academia or the private sector.

The language of instruction is English.

The programme leads to a Master of Science (120 credits) with Chemistry as the main field of study.

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Master Programme in Chemistry - Theoretical Chemistry

Programme duration: 2 years (120 ECTS credits)

University: Uppsala University

Programme website: Master Programme in Chemistry - Theoretical Chemistry

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The Master Programme in Chemistry at Uppsala University has strong links to world-leading research conducted at the university. As a student, you will have the opportunity for in-depth studies of the specific area of chemistry in which you are most interested. Some of the specialisations include, for example, the track in Chemistry for Renewable Energy and Bio- and Nanomaterials, which are unique specialisations for Uppsala University.

Uppsala University is a highly ranked university, and two of our eight Nobel laureates have been chemists. The chemistry education at Uppsala University was also ranked excellent in the latest ranking by the Centre for Higher Education Development, and was ranked top 100 by the QS World University Rankings.

The programme offers a choice between nine study tracks, all of which are based on strong areas of research at Uppsala University, providing you with cutting-edge expertise through in-depth studies in the particular area of your choice. Also, you may choose within the framework of your degree, to combine chemistry with subjects such as entrepreneurship or project management.

The specialisations are:

- Analytical Chemistry
- Biochemistry
- Bio- and Nano Materials
- Chemical Biology
- Chemistry for Renewable Energy
- EACH - Excellence in Analytical Chemistry
- Organic Chemistry
- Physical Chemistry
- Theoretical Chemistry

The individual training of experimental, conceptual and communication skills will make you attractive in your future career, either in academia or the private sector.

The language of instruction is English.

The programme leads to a Master of Science (120 credits) with Chemistry as the main field of study.

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Master Programme in Chemistry - Physical Chemistry

Programme duration: 2 years (120 ECTS credits)

University: Uppsala University

Programme website: Master Programme in Chemistry - Physical Chemistry

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The Master Programme in Chemistry at Uppsala University has strong links to world-leading research conducted at the university. As a student, you will have the opportunity for in-depth studies of the specific area of chemistry in which you are most interested. Some of the specialisations include, for example, the track in Chemistry for Renewable Energy and Bio- and Nanomaterials, which are unique specialisations for Uppsala University.

Uppsala University is a highly ranked university, and two of our eight Nobel laureates have been chemists. The chemistry education at Uppsala University was also ranked excellent in the latest ranking by the Centre for Higher Education Development, and was ranked top 100 by the QS World University Rankings.

The programme offers a choice between nine study tracks, all of which are based on strong areas of research at Uppsala University, providing you with cutting-edge expertise through in-depth studies in the particular area of your choice. Also, you may choose within the framework of your degree, to combine chemistry with subjects such as entrepreneurship or project management.

The specialisations are:

- Analytical Chemistry
- Biochemistry
- Bio- and Nano Materials
- Chemical Biology
- Chemistry for Renewable Energy
- EACH - Excellence in Analytical Chemistry
- Organic Chemistry
- Physical Chemistry
- Theoretical Chemistry

The individual training of experimental, conceptual and communication skills will make you attractive in your future career, either in academia or the private sector.

The language of instruction is English.

The programme leads to a Master of Science (120 credits) with Chemistry as the main field of study.

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Master Programme in Chemistry - Organic Chemistry

Programme duration: 2 years (120 ECTS credits)

University: Uppsala University

Programme website: Master Programme in Chemistry - Organic Chemistry

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The Master Programme in Chemistry at Uppsala University has strong links to world-leading research conducted at the university. As a student, you will have the opportunity for in-depth studies of the specific area of chemistry in which you are most interested. Some of the specialisations include, for example, the track in Chemistry for Renewable Energy and Bio- and Nanomaterials, which are unique specialisations for Uppsala University.

Uppsala University is a highly ranked university, and two of our eight Nobel laureates have been chemists. The chemistry education at Uppsala University was also ranked excellent in the latest ranking by the Centre for Higher Education Development, and was ranked top 100 by the QS World University Rankings.

The programme offers a choice between nine study tracks, all of which are based on strong areas of research at Uppsala University, providing you with cutting-edge expertise through in-depth studies in the particular area of your choice. Also, you may choose within the framework of your degree, to combine chemistry with subjects such as entrepreneurship or project management.

The specialisations are:

- Analytical Chemistry
- Biochemistry
- Bio- and Nano Materials
- Chemical Biology
- Chemistry for Renewable Energy
- EACH - Excellence in Analytical Chemistry
- Organic Chemistry
- Physical Chemistry
- Theoretical Chemistry

The individual training of experimental, conceptual and communication skills will make you attractive in your future career, either in academia or the private sector.

The language of instruction is English.

The programme leads to a Master of Science (120 credits) with Chemistry as the main field of study.

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Master Programme in Chemistry - Biochemistry

Programme duration: 2 years (120 ECTS credits)

University: Uppsala University

Programme website: Master Programme in Chemistry - Biochemistry

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The Master Programme in Chemistry at Uppsala University has strong links to world-leading research conducted at the university. As a student, you will have the opportunity for in-depth studies of the specific area of chemistry in which you are most interested. Some of the specialisations include, for example, the track in Chemistry for Renewable Energy and Bio- and Nanomaterials, which are unique specialisations for Uppsala University.

Uppsala University is a highly ranked university, and two of our eight Nobel laureates have been chemists. The chemistry education at Uppsala University was also ranked excellent in the latest ranking by the Centre for Higher Education Development, and was ranked top 100 by the QS World University Rankings.

The programme offers a choice between nine study tracks, all of which are based on strong areas of research at Uppsala University, providing you with cutting-edge expertise through in-depth studies in the particular area of your choice. Also, you may choose within the framework of your degree, to combine chemistry with subjects such as entrepreneurship or project management.

The specialisations are:

- Analytical Chemistry
- Biochemistry
- Bio- and Nano Materials
- Chemical Biology
- Chemistry for Renewable Energy
- EACH - Excellence in Analytical Chemistry
- Organic Chemistry
- Physical Chemistry
- Theoretical Chemistry

The individual training of experimental, conceptual and communication skills will make you attractive in your future career, either in academia or the private sector.

The language of instruction is English.

The programme leads to a Master of Science (120 credits) with Chemistry as the main field of study.

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Master Programme in Chemistry - Analytical Chemistry

Programme duration: 2 years (120 ECTS credits)

University: Uppsala University

Programme website: Master Programme in Chemistry - Analytical Chemistry

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The Master Programme in Chemistry at Uppsala University has strong links to world-leading research conducted at the university. As a student, you will have the opportunity for in-depth studies of the specific area of chemistry in which you are most interested. Some of the specialisations include, for example, the track in Chemistry for Renewable Energy and Bio- and Nanomaterials, which are unique specialisations for Uppsala University.

Uppsala University is a highly ranked university, and two of our eight Nobel laureates have been chemists. The chemistry education at Uppsala University was also ranked excellent in the latest ranking by the Centre for Higher Education Development, and was ranked top 100 by the QS World University Rankings.

The programme offers a choice between nine study tracks, all of which are based on strong areas of research at Uppsala University, providing you with cutting-edge expertise through in-depth studies in the particular area of your choice. Also, you may choose within the framework of your degree, to combine chemistry with subjects such as entrepreneurship or project management.

The specialisations are:

- Analytical Chemistry
- Biochemistry
- Bio- and Nano Materials
- Chemical Biology
- Chemistry for Renewable Energy
- EACH - Excellence in Analytical Chemistry
- Organic Chemistry
- Physical Chemistry
- Theoretical Chemistry

The individual training of experimental, conceptual and communication skills will make you attractive in your future career, either in academia or the private sector.

The language of instruction is English.

The programme leads to a Master of Science (120 credits) with Chemistry as the main field of study.

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Master Programme in Chemistry - Bio and Nano Materials

Programme duration: 2 years (120 ECTS credits)

University: Uppsala University

Programme website: Master Programme in Chemistry - Bio and Nano Materials

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The Master Programme in Chemistry at Uppsala University has strong links to world-leading research conducted at the university. As a student, you will have the opportunity for in-depth studies of the specific area of chemistry in which you are most interested. Some of the specialisations include, for example, the track in Chemistry for Renewable Energy and Bio- and Nanomaterials, which are unique specialisations for Uppsala University.

Uppsala University is a highly ranked university, and two of our eight Nobel laureates have been chemists. The chemistry education at Uppsala University was also ranked excellent in the latest ranking by the Centre for Higher Education Development, and was ranked top 100 by the QS World University Rankings.

The programme offers a choice between nine study tracks, all of which are based on strong areas of research at Uppsala University, providing you with cutting-edge expertise through in-depth studies in the particular area of your choice. Also, you may choose within the framework of your degree, to combine chemistry with subjects such as entrepreneurship or project management.

The specialisations are:

- Analytical Chemistry
- Biochemistry
- Bio- and Nano Materials
- Chemical Biology
- Chemistry for Renewable Energy
- EACH - Excellence in Analytical Chemistry
- Organic Chemistry
- Physical Chemistry
- Theoretical Chemistry

The individual training of experimental, conceptual and communication skills will make you attractive in your future career, either in academia or the private sector.

The language of instruction is English.

The programme leads to a Master of Science (120 credits) with Chemistry as the main field of study.

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Master Programme in Chemistry - EACH - Excellence in Analytical Chemistry

Programme duration: 2 years (120 ECTS credits)

University: Uppsala University

Programme website: Master Programme in Chemistry - EACH - Excellence in Analytical Chemistry

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The Master Programme in Chemistry at Uppsala University has strong links to world-leading research conducted at the university. As a student, you will have the opportunity for in-depth studies of the specific area of chemistry in which you are most interested. Some of the specialisations include, for example, the track in Chemistry for Renewable Energy and Bio- and Nanomaterials, which are unique specialisations for Uppsala University.

Uppsala University is a highly ranked university, and two of our eight Nobel laureates have been chemists. The chemistry education at Uppsala University was also ranked excellent in the latest ranking by the Centre for Higher Education Development, and was ranked top 100 by the QS World University Rankings.

The programme offers a choice between nine study tracks, all of which are based on strong areas of research at Uppsala University, providing you with cutting-edge expertise through in-depth studies in the particular area of your choice. Also, you may choose within the framework of your degree, to combine chemistry with subjects such as entrepreneurship or project management.

The specialisations are:

- Analytical Chemistry
- Biochemistry
- Bio- and Nano Materials
- Chemical Biology
- Chemistry for Renewable Energy
- EACH - Excellence in Analytical Chemistry
- Organic Chemistry
- Physical Chemistry
- Theoretical Chemistry

The individual training of experimental, conceptual and communication skills will make you attractive in your future career, either in academia or the private sector.

The language of instruction is English.

The programme leads to a Master of Science (120 credits) with Chemistry as the main field of study.

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Master Programme in Mathematics - Mathematics

Programme duration: 2 years (120 ECTS credits)

University: Uppsala University

Programme website: Master Programme in Mathematics - Mathematics

Master Programme in Applied Biotechnology

Programme duration: 2 years (120 ECTS credits)

University: Uppsala University

Programme website: Master Programme in Applied Biotechnology

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The Master Programme in Applied Biotechnology is carefully designed for ambitious future professionals, who wish to specialise in the field of biotechnology and at the same time gain exposure in project management and entrepreneurship.  This unique curriculum allows you to choose between academia and industry for your future career.
 
Located right in the strongest biotechnology cluster in Sweden, Uppsala has been a centre for pioneering and high quality biotechnological research for many decades. Uppsala houses a great number of small and large Biotech companies. Collaborations between Uppsala University, Biotech companies, the University hospital and the national food and medicine authorities generate a stimulating educational and innovative environment. Thus, Uppsala University is the premium choice for your biotechnology studies.
 
The Master Programme in Applied Biotechnology gives you theoretical as well as hands-on knowledge in the areas of molecular & structural biology and biotechnology. You can further focus in the areas of protein engineering and synthetic biology. In parallel, this master programme offers courses in project management, marketing and entrepreneurship, from which you will gain insight into business management, and learn how projects are planned and carried out in the biotechnology industry.
The language of instruction is English.
 
The programme leads to a Master of Science (120 credits) with Applied Biotechnology as the main field of study.

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Master Programme in Wind Power Project Management

Programme duration: 2 years (120 ECTS credits)

University: Uppsala University

Programme website: Master Programme in Wind Power Project Management

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Join this programme to make a positive footprint in an interconnected and sustainable world. As wind power development increases its geographic distribution, project size and complexity, there is a corresponding need for professional managers to lead interdisciplinary wind power projects to successful completion. The Master Programme in Wind Power Project Management is designed to prepare students for professional careers in the global wind power industry, or for research studies in wind energy.

This Master's programme is designed for those who wish to focus on the exciting interdisciplinary field of wind power project management, which combines technology, management, natural and social science. The study plan emphasizes applied knowledge through the frequent guest lectures provided by experts in different fields, by using the state of the art simulation and planning methods as well as excursions to wind farms and into wind turbines. As a student in the programme, you will meet industry representatives, researchers and an expert teaching staff that contribute to the development of the field. The specialisation in second year increases your value in the job market and can open doors for further PhD studies.
 
You will also build a broad network of contacts, enabling you to establish links with potential future employers and for internships in the industry. A further strength of this Master's programme is its interdisciplinary and international approach which forms an exciting multicultural study environment.   

The programme takes place in the World Heritage town of Visby. Uppsala University Gotland Campus, situated on the island of Gotland, is a leader in the education of wind power project management.

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Master Programme in Wind Power Project Management

Programme duration: 1 year (60 ECTS credits)

University: Uppsala University

Programme website: Master Programme in Wind Power Project Management

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Join this programme to make a positive footprint in an interconnected and sustainable world. As wind power development increases its geographic distribution, project size and complexity, there is a corresponding need for professional managers to lead interdisciplinary wind power projects to successful completion. The Master Programme in Wind Power Project Management is designed to prepare students for professional careers in the global wind power industry, or for research studies in wind energy.

This Master's programme is for those of you who wish to focus on the exciting interdisciplinary field of wind power project management, which combines technology, management, natural and social science. The study plan emphasises applied knowledge through the frequent guest lectures provided by experts in different fields, by using the state of the art simulation and planning methods as well as excursions to wind farms and into wind turbines. As a student in the programme, you will meet industry representatives, researchers and an expert teaching staff that contribute to the development of the field.
 
You will also build a broad network of contacts, enabling you to establish links with potential future employers and for internships in the industry. A further strength of this Master's programme is its interdisciplinary and international approach which forms an exciting multicultural study environment.   
 
The programme takes place in the World Heritage town of Visby. Uppsala University's Gotland Campus, situated on the island of Gotland, is a leader in the education of wind power project management.

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Master Programme in Sociology of Education

Programme duration: 2 years (120 ECTS credits)

University: Uppsala University

Programme website: Master Programme in Sociology of Education

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In the Master Programme in Sociology of Education at Uppsala University, education - in the broad sense of the word - is explored as a social phenomenon. It is related to the overall structure of society and to social transformations, such as processes of globalisation, individualisation, marketisation and privatisation. A focal point of the programme is the encounter between the symbolic or material assets held by pupils and school teachers, or students and professors, as well as their embodied dispositions and beliefs, and the prevailing social and cultural order in the educational system.

Other important areas of study are the rise and transformation of educational systems, the history of and competition between educational institutions, the significance of education for the class structure and the relation that education upholds with cultural, economic or political fields. As a discipline, Sociology of Education is based on more general traditions in the social and historical sciences.

The programme leads to a Master of Arts with Sociology of Education as the main field of study. After one year of study it is also possible to obtain a Master of Arts.

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