Today I am Erasmus+ intern at P&G within R&D department in Brussels, Belgium.


I studied the Master’s Programme in Organic Chemistry Analysis at the Department of Organic Chemistry.


Questions and Answers

Requirements for Organic Chemistry

Question: What's the required conditions for the master's program?

Answer: There are two general conditions that you need to be fullfil to apply for Master's programme in organic chemistry at Stockholm University:

- you need to have an academic degree (Bacherlor's degree) with a minimum of 90 ECTS credits in Chemistry

- you must be able to demonstrate proficiency in English by taking an internationally recognised test, such as TOEFL (English B/English 6 or equivalent)

You can find more information about the requirements and application process on the following websites:

Please do not hesitate to ask if you have any more questions. Have a nice day, Katarzyna.

Study Chemistry at Stockholm University

Question: How can i study chemistry In sweden? I'm a chemical engineer and I'm from Tunisia.

Answer: Hello! You can find a step-by-step guide on how to apply for programmes at Stockholm University:

You find more about studying Chemistry at:

Best regards

Question: My interest is mainly in polymers. What program best suits that?

Answer: There are seven Master's programmes within chemistry at Stockholm University:

For the description please see:  

As you can see all those programmes are having a broader focus area than just polymers. It also depends what kind of polymers interest you – synthetic or natural polymers. I think the programmes which could suit your interest are: Master’s programme in Materials Chemistry if you are interested in synthetic polymers, Master’s programme in Biochemistry if you are interested in natural polymers, Master’s programme in Organic Chemistry if you are interested in synthesis of polymers.  

Here you can see the list of all the courses available within Chemistry department:

I hope that you will find it helpful. Please do not hestitate to ask more questions if you have any.
Best regards, Katarzyna.

Career prospects

Question: I am soon finished with my undergraduate studies in Chemistry, and would like to continue with a master's. What are the career possilibilities after graduating with at master's in Chemistry?

Answer: I would suggest that you keep in mind that there are many different types of chemistry.
There are seven Master's programmes within chemistry at Stockholm University: materials chemistry, biochemistry, neurochemistry and molecular neurobiology, molecular biophysics, environmental chemistry, organic chemistry and analytical chemistry.

Depending on the type of chemistry you choose, there are many different paths that are possible for your future. Besides teacher career there are many different professions that you can follow after chemistry studies. The work of the chemist could be within pharmaceuticals, medicine, manufacturing and research. If you are passionate about research, you can carry on with PhD studies and further with Postdoctoral work after obtaining Master's degree in Chemistry. If you are passionate about developing new drugs, you could choose neurochemistry programme to learn more about nervous system or organic chemistry programme to learn how to synthesise the compounds. If you want to work within healthcare you can consider Master's in biochemistry. There are many companies that need analytical chemist to run day-to-day examinations of the products.

You can read some more about all the Master's chemistry programmes offered by Stockholm University here:

You can also look for the job positions offered by different companies for example at . Just search by "chemist". That can give you some clue about possible future employment after chemistry studies. Best regards, Katarzyna.