About the master

The Interuniversity Master’s Degree in Theoretical Chemistry and Computational Modelling is organised jointly by 14 universities.

The main objective is to offer advanced, specialised and multidisciplinary training, aimed at promoting their initiation into research tasks in the field of theoretical and computational chemistry. In this sense, one of the main tasks is aimed at preparing experts in the use and development of computational techniques in molecular sciences to work with innovative pharmaceutical, petrochemical and new materials industries.

At the end of the master's degree, the students will be highly qualified at an international level both for their professional performance and for continuing their doctoral studies in Chemistry, Physics, Biology or Materials Sciences.

Places available

3

Mode

Face-to-face degree course

Language

English

Credits

120

Duration

2 years

Approximate fees

4.300 €

National interuniversity

University of the Basque Country: SCH. OF CHEMICAL SCIENCES

Universidad Autónoma de Madrid

Universidad Jaume I de Castellón

Universidad de Barcelona

Universidad de Cantabria

Universidad de Extremadura

Universidad de Murcia

Universidad de Oviedo

Universidad de Salamanca

Universidad de Santiago de Compostela

Universidad de Valladolid

Universidad de Vigo

Universidad de les Illes Balears

Universitat de València (Estudi General)

Contact

Person in charge of the Master:
MERCERO LARRAZA, JOSE MARIA

Secretariat:
ESNAOLA ARANGUREN, NEREA IDOYA

943018094

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4 reasons to study this Master

  • It is the only national master with these characteristics.
  • The student will have the Faculty of Chemistry's Theoretical Chemistry group's ongoing support at the UPV/EHU.
  • Possibility of conducting a doctoral thesis.
  • In addition to intellectual training, the master's structure promotes human development, personal relations and teamwork, motivated by the students' stays at different European University centres.

Career opportunities

In the most advanced countries, powerful scientific computing institutes are being created where a teaching-research activity leads to the application of computational methods to practically all branches of knowledge. In all of them, Theoretical Chemistry and Molecular Modelling occupy a preponderant role.

On the other hand, many pharmaceutical, petrochemical and new materials industries require experts in this area.

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