Which courses of study can I choose?
Discover and practice Chemistry: The specialist study course
Chemistry (almost) all day from morning to evening - this would be your thing? And you would like to have various possibilities for professional development after university? Then the specialist study course in chemistry is right for you, where chemistry is your "only" main subject.
In the Bachelor course and the subsequent Master course, you will first learn the many exciting aspects of chemistry, and in the advanced course, you have the opportunity to focus individually on fields within chemistry based on your interests.
You can find detailed information about chemistry and main study course here: Information about major subject study
Initially, entry to the Bachelor course is not limited. Thus, you can enrol directly if you hold a qualification for university entrance. You have this qualification even if you do not have A-level qualifications but hold a qualification as chemistry laboratory assistant of chemical-technical assistant.
You can enrol for the Bachelor course in chemistry here:
The Master course in chemistry is a consecutive study course (following on from a Bachelor course) and has certain entrance requirements, e.g. specialist study in an applicable field. Therefore, you must apply for entrance to this study course. However, there is no limitation on the number of students!
You can apply for the Master course in chemistry here:
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