A recent study from the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council revealed that chemistry and the chemical industry contributes £258 billion to the economy each year (21% of GDP), supports 6 million jobs, and is responsible for 15% of the UK's exports. If you are keen to contribute to the continuing success of the UK's chemical industry, then this course, in which your third year is spent on an industrial placement, is designed to provide a springboard into this type of career pathway. Birmingham Chemistry has strong research links with many chemical companies and we will use our industrial contacts to help you in your search for a suitable employer. You will also work closely with the course director who, along with the College of Engineering and Physical Sciences Careers Team, will provide advice on putting together your CV, making applications, and good interview technique.
A full breakdown of modules and credits is located on our website, which you can access by clicking on the 'view course details' link towards the top of this page. From there you can access specific module information on the 'course details' tab in the module section.
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