University of Malta offers Research in Environmental Chemistry,Organic Chemistry.



University of Malta

Malta University was founded in 1769. It is the highest educational institution in Malta. The university offers undergraduate Bachelor's Degrees, postgraduate Master's Degrees and postgraduate Doctorates. It is a member of the Association of Commonwealth Universities. The Faculty of Science was established in 1915. The Faculty consists of five departments, each offering a range of study-units at undergraduate and postgraduate levels. The main undergraduate programmed offered is the four-year joint honors B.Sc. degree course, where students can choose a combination of two subject areas offered by Faculty of Science departments as well as some departments from other Faculties. All departments have active research programmers in various fields of specialization and also offer M.Sc. and Ph.D. programmes associated with the research interests of the academic body. The Department of Chemistry provides students with a complete education of the principles of traditional and modern chemistry, including a laboratory experience within the curriculum and in close collaboration with academic advisers. The department offers BSc (Hons) in chemistry, chemistry with materials, biology and chemistry, chemistry and mathematics, chemistry and physics, chemistry and Statistics and Operations Research. It also offers MSc programs in chemistry and applied chemistry and PhD programs in chemistry.


Chemistry, Chemistry.
Department Of Chemistry, Faculty of Science, Chemistry & Pharmacology Building, University of Malta, Msida MSD 2080, Malta.
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