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Graduate School Entrance Exams

Starting with the entrance exams for 2008 admission (conducted in 2007), the Department of Synthetic Chemistry and Biological Chemistry is holding graduate school (Master's program) entrance exams as part of the Advanced Chemistry Departments Group (together with the Department of Energy and Hydrocarbon Chemistry and the Department of Molecular Engineering).
The subjects of the entrance exams are English, Core Subjects (a total of six compulsory questions: two on physical chemistry, two on organic chemistry, one on inorganic chemistry, and one on analytical chemistry), and Specialist Subjects (a selection of three questions out of a total of seven from the following fields: physical chemistry, organic chemistry, inorganic chemistry, analytical chemistry, biochemistry, polymer chemistry, and chemical engineering).
After entry to the Master's program, students choose between the continuous program (stage 1 and 2 of the doctoral program) and the standalone Master's program. For further details please refer to the application guidelines. In addition, please refer to the following for information on entrance exams for the Graduate School of Engineering and the Advanced Chemistry Departments Group.

 

Here is a brief outline of the Department of Synthetic Chemistry and Biological Chemistry. For further details, visit the individual web sites of the various labs.