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Master
Chemistry: Analytical Sciences (track)
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Online Open Day

Want to check if Analytical Sciences is the right fit for you? Find out by participating in our upcoming events and via the information available below.

Meet & Ask (live session) 11 November

In a live session, via Zoom, the program director and students will tell you everything about this master. You will receive a presentation and you can ask all your questions live or via chat.

11 November 17.00 - 18.00 

Students of this programme have the option to choose one of three professional majors (60 EC) or minor (30 EC). Visit the online session to learn more about this.

10 November 16.00 - 17.00

Mini lecture: Which role can chemistry play in a circular economy?

In our modern society natural resources are becoming increasingly scarce. It is time to examine how we use our resources smartly and sustainably. Dr Chris Slootweg explains his view on the role of chemistry in a circular economy in this mini lecture.

Video Science Park Campus

Do you want to see what the Amsterdam Science Park campus looks like?

Frequently Asked Questions

  • What is a joint degree?

    The University of Amsterdam and the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam have joined forces in the Chemistry Master’s programme. As a student you will benefit from expertise, networks and research projects at both universities and affiliated research institutes. Upon completion of the programme you will receive a joint degree certificate.

  • Can I study this programme in part-time?

    The Chemistry Master’s programme can be done in part-time, however there is no separate part-time programme. Part-time in this case means that you do the same programme as the full-time programme, but at your own pace. For example one course per period instead of two.

    There are no evening classes and no separate courses for part-time students. You do the exact same programme as the full-time students, at the same moments, only it takes longer.