The Faculty of Science is very diverse and focuses on the study of the smallest and the largest in the universe, the living and non-living matter, seeking knowledge on the most fundamental level or developing high tech applications. This diversity is reflected in the study programmes of the Faculty. This exchange programme contains a selection of English-taught courses of the Master of Science in Chemistry.
The exchange programme contains a preferred list of English courses taught at UGent of the Master of Science in Chemistry. If you want to choose another course of the main programme, please contact the departmental Erasmus coordinator.
A minimum of 20 ECTS credits per semester is required, of which 15 from the chemistry programme.
Up to 25% of the courses can be taken from a different programme.
Research projects are possible provided some criteria are met. Each research project must be worth a minimum of 15 ECTS credits. We strictly require that a research promotor (professor) has been found well ahead of your arrival and that a subject has been identified. Under no circumstances can research projects still be arranged after arrival. Every research project will be appropriately defended and marked in a (semi) public defense.