Best Universities for Chemistry
|University of Aberdeen||#3|
|University of Birmingham||#4|
|University of Brighton||#5|
|University of Surrey||#6|
|University of Salford||#7|
|Imperial College London||#8|
|The University of Sheffield||#9|
|University of Bath||#12|
- TEACHING MODE:
- Blended learning.
- OPEN DAYS:
- On-campus open day on 25th Jun.
- TEACHING NOTES:
- They are are delivering as much face-to-face teaching as possible while maintaining a controlled approach to activity on campus. There are some sessions that will be online - not because of the pandemic, but because students have told them that it’s the best way to deliver them.
1 Chemistry review at University of Salford
Medicinal Chemistry, BSc HonsBy member560368 On 21st June 21
I didn’t undertake Medicinal Chemistry, the **** list wouldn’t allow me to input my actual course… I undertook a BSc Hons Full Time in Chemistry with Professional Studies (which just means I took a year off to work in industry on a placement). The course was fantastic, incredibly insightful and well delivered. My lecturers have all been very passionate about sharing knowledge of their craft and I feel I have learnt substantial amounts from each of their fields which has helped me decided how I want to develop my career. Unfortunately, COVID turned my final year on its head, and caused somewhat of a **** show within my schools administration and so I didn’t have the best experience this year - but I am alive and should be graduating so we take these sorts of situations with a pinch of salt. I would highly recommend my course to anyone looking to explore chemistry further, alongside some seriously bright minded lecturers!