The primary aim of our course is to help you develop the knowledge and skills needed by professional chemists.
The teaching staff in the Department help and encourage you to develop these skills by providing you with a variety of learning opportunities. The use of a Skills Log Book is encouraged as a means of helping students keep track of the skills they develop while at York.
The University has an explicit policy of accommodating students with disabilities. We will undertake all reasonable steps to meet both the general needs of access, as well as the specific needs of individuals with disabilities. This includes:
The Department of Chemistry has accessible lecture rooms and laboratories, and we have a Disability Officer on the chemistry academic staff who coordinates the support for students.
Chemistry students have graduated successfully with a variety of special needs and disabilities, including dyslexia, impaired hearing, very small stature, registered blindness and mobility limited to a wheelchair/crutches.
Our free online Exploring Everyday Chemistry starts on 29 June 2020. Our UCAS offer holders can get full access to the course material