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Category = Chemistry // Subcategory = Research_Universities

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1. Australian National University - Research School of Chemistry
The purpose of this scholarship is to attract Australian and New Zealand students of high calibre to pursue postgraduate research within the Research School of Chemistry. The scholarship provides for payment of a supplementary stipend to an outstanding holder of an APA or ANU Chemistry PhD Scholarship or other stipend allowance scholarship for the duration of that scholarship.

2. Concordia University - PhD in Chemistry
Students wishing to enter the Ph.D. program should hold a M.Sc. degree or its equivalent from a recognized university. Outstanding students who have maintained a grade point average of 3.5 or greater in their last two years of study and those with external scholarships (NSERC, CHIR, FQRSC) may also apply to the Ph.D. program directly from their B.Sc. program. Evidence will be required that the applicant is capable of undertaking substantial original research. The Ph.D. program (90 credits) generally requires about four years to complete. It is also possible to carry out Ph.D. studies on a CO-OP basis with the collaboration of an employer.

3. MIT - PhD in Chemistry
Approximately two-thirds of the chemistry majors at MIT proceed to carry out graduate work leading to a Ph.D. in chemistry. The decision to apply to graduate school is ultimately a personal one, requiring a thorough evaluation of your career goals and interests. Since graduate work requires a serious commitment of 4-5 years of study, the reasons for entering an advanced degree program should be considered carefully. MIT chemistry majors have the benefit of access to faculty, students, and laboratory staff in one of the premier graduate programs in the world. We encourage majors to learn about graduate work and life through formal and informal interactions with these excellent resources in classes, labs, advising sessions, and departmental events.

4. The University of York- Research - Department of Chemistry
     The overall research strategy is built on strong sub-disciplines of Chemistry, led by world-renowned chemists in each area. Research is organised into seven different groupings. These provide an excellent environment for the training of research students and new academics by ensuring that the best facilities and expertise are gathered together. These groups meet together on a regular basis to discuss research developments of common interest, often on the basis of seminar presentations given by research students, staff or visitors.

5. UCL - Chemistry PhD
A PhD is a chance to make an original contribution to science as an individual. You will have a chance to learn about the basic principles underlying your science, and put into practice all that theory you learnt as an undergraduate.
The 3-year Chemistry PhD programme is focused on a major piece of original research. You will study under the direct supervision of a member of staff, who is an expert in his or her area of specialisation. 

6. University of Southampton - Chemistry PhD research programmes
Professional scientists are expected to make presentations, write research proposals, reports and papers, plan future experiments on various timescales, provide leadership and manage the work of others, as well as carrying out laboratory experiments. Our objectives are to assist and encourage you to achieve the highest standards possible as a professional scientist, enabling you to carry out research and development in academic and/or industrial institutions, with a sound understanding of chemistry and an enthusiasm for using this knowledge.

7. US News Home - Chemistry
Chemistry Rankings Methodology
With a graduate degree in chemistry, scientists may find jobs in laboratories, government agencies, research institutions, pharmaceutical companies, colleges and universities, and more. These are the best chemistry schools.

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