|Master's degree, full-time
|2 years (120 ECTS)
|(Master's degree in Complex and Data Driven Chemistry)
|€2,739 per year
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This fee is non-refundable.
In order to accept your place at the University of Padua, the payment of the admission fee is required. This fee is non-refundable.
Bachelor diploma (or equivalent)
The entry qualification documents are accepted in the following languages: English / Italian.
You can often 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.
You must take the original entry qualification documents with you when you finally go to the university.
If you are admitted to the degree course, you will have to submit other documents including original and translated/legalised copies of your previous qualifications, etc. No legalised documents are required at application stage.
B2 Level (CEFR) or equivalent
Please check out this link for the full list of accepted certificates, minimum scores and exemptions
The Master’s degree programme introduces the fundamental concepts of “data-driven chemistry”: statistical learning, chemometrics, and design of experiments. These concepts will be contextualized within the broader context of a Master’s degree programme in Chemistry. The fundamental areas where data-driven approaches are most applicable includes the collection of chemical data, the synthesis and design of materials and catalysts, the design of synthetic strategies, and the modeling and study of complex chemical systems.
1st Year: Statistical Learning for Chemistry (with coding lab); Characterization of complex chemical systems; Analysis of Complex Chemical Systems; Catalysis; Multiscale Chemical Modeling; Chemometrics; Organic Synthesis Design; Systems Chemistry.
2nd Year: Applied Chemistry; Research Internship Project; Final Master Research Project.
Check the full detailed study programme
The programme is a study track – held completely in English – of the Master’s degree programme in Chimica
Graduates can be employed within the fields of development of innovative catalysts and materials, design of complex synthetic strategies, analysis of complex systems (omics, environment, food, etc.), formulation development and process optimization, development of complex chemical and biochemical systems, development of “chemical prediction” systems (drug design, structural biochemistry).
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