Applicants should contact the Graduate Studies Team (email@example.com ) with any queries regarding the application process.
How to apply
The normal route to graduate study in Chemistry at Oxford is to apply for admission as a Probationer Research Student (PRS) with the intention of completing research over (usually) a 3-4 year period leading to the degree of DPhil; occasionally a shorter period of study may be appropriate and students may then submit for the degree of MSc by research.
Applicants are very strongly encouraged to make contact with potential research supervisor(s) before submitting a formal application in order to work out whether the course is the right choice and the likely availability of funding, as well ase discussing potential research projects.
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Addmissions for 2018-19 entry are now closed.
If places are still available, course(s) may reopen to applications on Tuesday, 1st May 2018.
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Areas of current research
Funding from a variety of sources is announced throughout the year and we expect to have funded projects available in the following areas:
- Organometallic chemistry and catalysis
- Solid-state chemistry
- Electronic liquids
- Bio-inorganic chemistry
- Electronic structure of inorganic and organometallic molecules
- Surface chemistry
- Co-ordination and supramolecular chemistry
- Metal cluster and nanoparticle chemistry
- Molecular and biomolecular electronics
Students who have applied in the usual way will be deemed to have applied for these projects and no separate application will be necessary. Individual projects may also be separately advertised with their own cut-off dates; again, a separate application will not be necessary.
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