Best Universities for Chemistry
|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|
Accommodation in Sheffield
- TEACHING MODE:
- OPEN DAYS:
- On-campus open days on 25th Jun, 9th Jul, 10th Sep, 22nd Oct & 26th Nov.
- TEACHING NOTES:
- Teaching will take place in person on campus for the majority of programmes. You are not legally required to wear a face covering. Please respect others' choices to wear face coverings.
8 Chemistry reviews at The University of Sheffield
Chemistry, MChem HonsBy member1257236 On 30th April 21
Very very very very very very very good
Chemistry, MChem HonsBy member1155829 On 1st April 21
This course is full of really nice and interesting lecturers and content
Chemistry, MChem HonsBy member626700 On 5th June 17
Chemistry, MChem HonsBy member1118805 On 15th November 15
The amount of hours given gives great value for money. Lecturers are excellent, and our personal tutor time allows us to ask about topics we didn't understand, as well as going over our weekly tutorial work. Course allows for some optional modules too.
Chemistry with Study in America, MChem HonsBy member1218780 On 15th November 15
Personal and year tutor very supportive
Chemistry, BSc HonsBy member1117788 On 3rd November 15
Chemistry, BSc HonsBy AGSUSC On 3rd November 15
Chemistry, BSc HonsBy Llamaman94 On 5th July 15
They give you the compulsory books for free when you start your degree so there's no need to buy them. Most lecturers put all there content online and have extra work sheets and extra help for students to access. If you want to go see a lecturer for extra help then they're more than happy to see you. There all there to help you out and they all know their stuff as theyve worked in the field they are teaching. For first years, tutorials run once a week, you have one personal tutor and some tutorial questions to do. In 2nd year, you have 3 tutorials over 2 weeks. You also have a tutor for each area of chemistry and they all work and research in that area so they all know what they're doing. Course content is pretty good. It spans over all 3 areas and you learn all the essentials as well as some optional courses in 1st year. In 2nd year, there is no flexibility as all the content is important. As far as I know, job prospects are pretty good here.