It is a fact that chemistry is involved in several industrial branches, important for the economy and employment, such as chemical industry, pharmaceutical industry, agriculture … Thanks to the broadness of the scientific programme, master graduates in chemistry are fit to apply for jobs in different sectors of industry and their possibilities on the job market are very diverse.
Masters in chemistry can for instance be involved in scientific research, product development, quality control … or they can
take on managerial functions, and this in companies as well as in government institutions. Besides that, they are also well prepared for a career in the public sector (including education).
The most important assets of university graduated chemists are that they are research minded, have good problem solving capacities and that they are polyvalent.