VU University Amsterdam

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Course title Chemistry
Characteristics A postgraduate programme is any programme above the bachelor's degree level, for example a master's degree. Study programmes which are accredited by the NVAO are registered in the Central Register of Higher Education Programmes (www.ib-groep.nl, in Dutch). Research University An institution funded by the Government, entitled to award officially recognized degrees and legally protected titles to graduates of their accredited programmes. The list of all government-funded institutions can be found in CROHO, the Central Register of Higher Education Programmes (www.ib-groep.nl, in Dutch).
Institution VU University Amsterdam
Department Faculty of Sciences
Correspondence De Boelelaan 1083a , 1081 HV, Amsterdam
Phone 31 – (0)20-5987517
Fax 31 – (0)20-5987509
E-mail international@few.vu.nl
Internet www.few.vu.nl/masterprogrammes
Information about the institution VU University Amsterdam is a leading European research university, established in 1880 by the statesman and theologian Abraham Kuyper. The first Dutch university free of state and church interference. That heritage fuels our drive to excel and our closeness to the society in which we are rooted. We seek quality in education through structure, personal scale and ample scope for personal ambition and development. Some 20,000 students and 2,000 academic staff work closely together in pursuit of new knowledge, with scientific research as a key part of the educational process. Our students are challenged to ask critical questions, tackle problems and place what they are learning in a wider philosophical, ethical and social context. Education is provided at three levels: Bachelor’s (BA, BSc), Master’s (MA, MSc) and doctoral (PhD). Twelve faculties share a single campus and cover a wide spectrum of arts, sciences and medicine. We have always encouraged scholars and students to look beyond the boundaries of their own fields. VU University Amsterdam is internationally oriented and offers many multidisciplinary programmes based on outstanding research.
Course type Postgraduate degree course
Type of qualification MSc
Language of instruction English
Tuition fee EU/EEA < 30 years: € 1565, EU/EEA >= 30 years: € 1800, non-EU/EEA: € 9000 per year
Tuition fee includes
ECTS points 120
Duration 2 year(s)
Next course dates
Start date End date Deadline for application Date deadline for
01 September 2009 31 August 2011 01 April 2009 EU/EEA
01 September 2009 31 August 2011 01 March 2009 non-EU/EEA
Educational requirements Bachelor in chemistry or pharmaceutical Sciences.
Professional experience required
Language requirements TOEFL (minimum score: paper based: 580, computer based: 237, internet based: 92); IELTS (minimum score: overall band: 6.5)
Other requirements
Objectives To provide students with such knowledge, abilities and insight, that they are able to work as a chemical professional, or are qualified for a training to scientific researcher or designer.
Subjects Compulsory: analytical sciences; laser sciences/molecular photoscience; molecular design; synthesis and catalysis; computational and theoretical sciences; biochemistry/biomolecular sciences; pharmaceutical chemistry.
Modes of instruction Research projects, lecture classes, study groups, report (thesis), literature survey and traineeship.
Scholarships Alban; Fulbright.; Stuned; HSP Huygens.; VU University Amsterdam: VU Fellowship Programme.
Cooperating institutions
Institution type Research University 
Accreditation  
Remarks The tuition fees for EU/EEA students might change due to government regulations.
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