Inorganic Chemistry

Prospects of graduates
Graduates of the doctoral study program Inorganic Chemistry are able to carry out scientific work in an independent and creative way. They govern scientific research methods for study of inorganic and bioinorganic compounds as well as materials with a focus on progressive methods of research in inorganic chemistry (nanomaterials, chemistry of high-temperature superconductors, biocoordination chemistry, the use of non-metallic minerals - bentonite, zeolite, etc.). Graduates are able to find promising scientific research directions, to formulate a scientific problem, to conduct a research project, choose suitable experimental techniques to solve the scientific problem and to lead a research team. PhD. graduates can find jobs in research institutes and universities in homeland as well as abroad.

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Anticipated number of applicants to be accepted
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Annual tuition fees
Standard length of study: cost free


The fee for admission procedure
application form: 50 €
E-application form: 30 €

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Detail of the study program

 
 
The first three years of your studies could be funded by a scholarship of up to €9,000. More information

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