Master's Programme
Mode of studies: 
full-time programme
2 years/4 semesters
Tuition fee: 
3000 eur non EU candidates/ 1500 eur EU candidates
Degree awarded: 
Master of Chemistry
Application deadline: 
Wednesday, 15 August, 2018
Start date: 
Monday, 1 October, 2018
Credits (ECTS): 
Admission requirements: 

The conditions of enrollment entail:

-an undergraduate diploma from an accredited University

-knowledge of English language confirmed by a test at B2 level or equivalent. Students for whom English was the language of instruction in previous stage of education, or is their mother tongue, are exempt from the obligation to provide the results of the test.

-compliance with the procedural requirements and administrative procedures specified for all the candidates for studies in English at the University of Wrocław published on the website of International Office www.international.uni.wroc.pl

-a positive opinion of the application by the faculty Coordinator


The documents should be submitted in the form of scans attached to an account created on the website www.international.uni.wroc.pl.

If the documents have been issued in another language they should be translated into English or Polish.


The Master of Science programme (2 years) is offered in two curricula: Advanced Inorganic Chemistry and Catalysis or Organic Chemistry. The studies are closely related to the research at the Faculty. Its curricula were elaborated by leading scientists. Students can join each of nineteen research groups and take part in special projects. It is expected that Master thesis should contain a new scientific recults which can be published in international journals.

The programme contains specialistic modules presenting advanced level of knowledge in inorganic or organic chemistry. Both curricula contain laboratory courses of advanced synthetic technique and  instrumental methods used in structural studies. We are offering courses presenting correlation between structure of chemical compounds, both organic and inorganic, and their reactivity, stoichiometric or catalytic.

 Having completed our studies graduates will be able to work in laboratories on modern equipment, and in companies that use modern technologies, as well as research institutions and diagnostic laboratories. Graduates can also work in various industries, in particular in the area of new environmentally friendly technologies  and at universities.