This programme provides students with a good broad knowledge of the latest energy and environmental technologies, including some background in regulatory policies and risk assessments. Students will gain a deep understanding in modern materials design and synthesis strategies, advance characterization and analytical techniques, and the study of chemical structures and materials properties. They will be trained hands-on also in practical R&D skills in synthesis and characterization, fabrication and performance testing, information and literature retrieval, as well as critical interpretation and analysis.
- An applicant must have a degree in Chemistry or related subject with at least a 2nd Class Honours, or its equivalent.
- Applicants whose native tongue or medium of undergraduate instruction is not completely in English must have a minimum TOEFL (IBT) score of 85 (with a minimum score of 22 in the writing component) or a minimum IELTS score of 6.
- Applicants with other qualifications and achievements suitable for the programme may also apply and will be considered case by case.
Complete 2 full-time or 4 part-time semesters of course requirements.
Students have to fulfil the following conditions:
- Read and pass the three essential modules : CM5101, CM5151, CM5152 amounting to 12 MCs
- Read and pass three Chemistry level 5000 modules amounting to 12 MCs
- Complete a research & development project CM5199 equivalent to 16 MCs
- Obtain a minimum Cumulative Average Point (CAP) of 3.00.
There is one intake per academic year in August.