Chemistry

The University of Oxford’s UNIQ Chemistry course is an exciting programme for you to experience life as a Chemistry undergraduate. The course features a mixture of lectures, tutorials, and group activities to give you the full academic experience. Lectures cover a range of subjects, showcasing the diversity and breadth of the Chemistry degree. A wide-ranging lecture programme will cover important scientific and topical subjects, such as crystal structures, chirality, hydrogen fuel cells, the chemistry of oxygen, animal magnetism, DNA, and quantum chemistry.

Following lectures, students participate in tutorials covering physical, inorganic and organic branches of chemistry. These tutorials take the form of teaching new information that expands upon previous knowledge, and involve group discussion and problem-solving. They are designed to give you a valuable insight into the tutorial system, which is unique to the Oxford course.

Our jam-packed programme is perfect for anyone considering studying chemistry at university and is a great way for you to see how the course is taught at an undergraduate level in Oxford. Through participating, you will get an idea of the broad scope of the Oxford course, as well as learning new skills and techniques you can apply to your A-level studies.

You must be studying Maths and Chemistry to A2 in order to apply to this course. Further Maths, Physics or Biology are useful but not essential.