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Inter-university Master's Degree in Applied Chromatographic Techniques - 17th edition

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Language of instruction
Classes are in Spanish and written teaching resources, in English

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.

Check the structure and calendar for the academic course 2023-24.

Course date
25/09/2023 - 21/06/2024
Academic coordinator
Dra. Rosa M. Marcé i Recasens
URV Faculty
Faculty of Chemistry (URV)
  • Universitat Jaume I: School of Technology and Experimental Sciences
  • Universitat de Girona: Faculty of Sciences
  • Universitat Rovira i Virgili: Faculty of Chemistry

(for students from the UE, Iceland, Norway, Liechtenstein, Switzerland and Andorra*, or resident in Spain, price for academic year 2023-24).

Rest of students: €2,913.

*Students with degrees from non-EU countries will be charged an academic tax of €218.15 the first time they enrol only.

Student Office
(+34) 977 77 99 44

  • Universitat Rovira i Virgili
  • Universitat Jaume I
  • Universitat de Girona

The official 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 Master programme trains 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. This specialization increases the employability of graduates in chemistry, biochemistry and other degrees related to these industries.

The main learning objectives of the Inter-university Master's Degree in Applied Chromatographic Techniques are the following:

  1. Understanding and applying the latest trends in chromatographic techniques and mass spectrometry, both fields of research and as methodologies, resources, and problems to be addressed in various scientific and technical fields.
  2. Taking knowledge-based decisions to organize, plan and develop analytical methods based on chromatographic techniques in order to resolve analytical problems in the fields of industrial, food and environmental analysis, among others.
  3. Analysing and judging the importance of practical quality management in a scientific environment such as analytical laboratories.

The fact that the master's degree is interuniversity gives it an important mobility dimension. To facilitate students' mobility, the face-to-face classes are concentrated into intensive weeks. This does not reflect any organizational limitations, but rather provides added value that helps to establish valuable contacts between future professionals in the field of chromatography.

Participating universities

  • Universitat Jaume I (coordinating university)
  • Universitat Rovira i Virgili
  • Universitat de Girona