Fakultät 3: Chemie at the Uni Stuttgart
- Pfaffenwaldring 55
- 70569 Stuttgart
- Phone: +49 711 685-64584
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Degree courses with details
- Chemistry (B.Sc.)
- Food Chemistry (B.Sc.)
- Chemistry (M.Sc.)
- German and French double Master's degree in Chemistry in collaboration with the Universities of Strasbourg and Rennes, France (M.Sc.)
- German and English dual Master's degree in Chemistry in collaboration with Queen's University, Canada (M.Sc.)
Further information provided by the department
Special features regarding teachingIn addition to Inorganic, Organic and Physical Chemistry, the fields of Theoretical Chemistry, Polymer Chemistry, Technical Chemistry, Mineralogy and Crystal Chemistry and Materials Science are represented in the department with their own institutes. Biochemistry, technical biochemistry and analytical food chemistry make up one institute.This very broad range of subjects is taught to students by closely linking teaching to research and thus offers excellent possibilities for specialising in many disciplines and for inter-disciplinary work.
Special features regarding the international orientationThere are also international dual Master's programmes in Chemistry with the Universities of Strasbourg and Rennes (France) and Kingston (Canada) and in Materials Science with Gothenburg (Sweden). In the Master's degree course, participation in research placements abroad is encouraged and sustainably supported under existing agreements with various partner universities as well as international exchange programmes.
Support for foundersA start-up officer is available in an advisory capacity for those wishing to set up their own company.
Characteristics of assistance to differently abled personsIndividual arrangements can be made upon request and in line with personal needs.
Characteristics of diversity advancementThe department supports participation in staff development programmes of the university with a variety of options for further training. These programmes offer opportunities for students and staff to develop skills e.g. in general and subject-specific language courses or higher education didactics courses (see also personnel development concept of the University of Stuttgart and http://www.uni-stuttgart.de/personalentwicklung/).
Further information about study entry phasehttps://www.uni-stuttgart.de/studium/index.html
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Last update 2018: Data collected by the CHE Center for Higher Education.
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