University Master's Degree in Applied Chromatographic Techniques - 11th edition
The inter-university Master's Degree in Applied Chromatographic Techniques is organised by the Department of Physical and Inorganic Chemistry of the Universitat Rovira i Virgili, the Department of Chemistry of the University of Girona and the Institute of Pesticides and Waters of the Jaume I University in Castellón.
The main objective of the programme is to train students to become specialists in developing and applying methods using chromatographic techniques to solve analytical problems in the food, petrochemical, pharmaceutical, pollution control and biomedical industries.
Other objectives include helping graduates in chemistry and biochemistry find employment in industry, to teach the latest trends in chromatographic techniques, and to introduce students to research in this field.
|Inter-university Master's Degree in Applied Chromatographic Techniques|
|Duration||60 ECTS credits - 1 year|
Each of the five theoretical subjects is taught for three weeks. The first week is taught face-to-face in the mornings and afternoons and the other two are for individual student work.
Laboratory practicals are held in the mornings
|Mobility||Compulsory between the participating universities. Students must spend two weeks at the Jaume I University in Castellón and two weeks at the University of Girona|
|Language of instruction||Catalan/Spanish/English|
|Percentage of employability||90%|
|Places available||25 (8 at the URV)|
|Collaborating institutions||Companies and research centres, national and international, in which the students carry out their master's thesis.|
Universitat Jaume I: School of Technology and Experimental Sciences
|Associated doctoral programme||Chemical Science and Technology|
|Master's degree website||Inter-university Master's degree in Applied Chromatographic Techniques|
|Course dates||From 26th September 2017 to 30th June 2018|
|Master's degree thesis||June|
|Academic coordinator||Dr. Rosa M. Marcé i Recasens|