Chemistry with Medicinal Chemistry BSc (Hons) 2021 entry
The BSc (Hons) in Chemistry with Medicinal Chemistry focuses on the important interface of chemistry with biology and medicine. You will learn about the critical role of chemistry in the biomedical and pharmaceutical industries and to solving problems such as antibacterial resistance and an aging population. You will receive a broad base of chemical knowledge as well as focusing on biological and medicinal chemistry, reinforced by extensive practical experience and familiarity with modern laboratory, instrumental and computational techniques.
During your degree, you will receive comprehensive academic and practical training to equip you for a wide spectrum of careers, whether in science-based industries or other fields such as teaching, management or finance.
Students interested in this course may also be interested in the Chemistry with Medicinal Chemistry MChem which allows you to graduate with a Master in Chemistry.
All the Single Honours Chemistry degree programmes are accredited by the Royal Society of Chemistry.
The School of Chemistry is determined to actively support equality and fairness irrespective of race, disability, age, faith, gender or sexual orientation and is taking active steps to stamp out any explicit or implicit discrimination of staff and students on the basis of these differences.
The University of St Andrews as a whole was voted top in the UK for student academic experience in The National Student Survey 2020 as 92.7% of St Andrews final-year students gave the University top marks for the quality of the learning and teaching experience.
The University has secured a TEF Gold Award for the quality of teaching and the undergraduate experience.
In the UK Research Excellence Framework 2014, chemistry research at St Andrews was ranked top in Scotland with 95% of its overall research activity rated as world leading or internationally excellent.
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"I think it is incredible to learn about the subject from leading experts in the field, and to have them help us along when we are in laboratories and lectures. We are given to tools to undertakeprojects on our own at a very early stage in our academic careers so by the time we graduate we will be skilled to enter industriallaboratories and pursue postgraduate research with ease.”
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