|Nominal duration||4 semesters|
|Tuition fee||$4,000.00 per semester|
|Application fee||$150.00 one-time|
|Examination fee||$150.00 one-time|
Undergraduate diploma (or higher)
Who should apply?
We expect students to be interested in the subdisciplines of chemistry, such as inorganic, organic, biological, physical and analytical.
The entry qualification documents are accepted in the following languages: English.
Often you can get a suitable transcript from your school. If this is not the case, you will need official translations along with verified copies of the original.
Academic Records in English or certified translation.
You must take the original entry qualification documents along with you when you finally go to the university.
TELC/ECL B2, TOEFL IBT – 72, PBT – 550, Cambridge FCB, IELTS – 5.5. Applicants are not required to provide the English language exam certificates who are natives of certain countries and can officially demonstrate that their academic studies have been conducted in English. However, these students will also have to obtain an international language proof B2 level by the end of the programme. The list of countries is available on our website: www.u-szeged.hu/prospective-students/how-to-apply
A motivation letter must be added to your application.
Students of the MSc Chemistry programme acquire an extended knowledge and understanding of the most important experimental and theoretical principles in chemistry. The basic theoretical education contains courses in mathematics, physics and informatics. Students prepare their own short-term research projects in the second semester. This is a requirement for laboratory training.
Presentation skills are also developed during this training. The programme ends with a final examination. A prerequisite for graduation is the successful defence of a Thesis work, which is the result of two semesters of research in one of the research groups at the Institute. One of the most distinguished professor of our university was the late Albert Szent-Györgyi, who was awarded the Nobel prize in 1937.
Specialisation options: Pharmaceutical chemist, material science chemist, analytical chemist. Our graduates pursue careers as professional chemists in chemical and related industries, or in public service.
For more information regarding the application process or details of the programme please visit our website or contact Prof. Istvan Palinko via firstname.lastname@example.org or call +36 62 544 288.