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2021-03-26 00:00:32

TOP UK Universities in Chemistry 2022 Rankings | Complete University Guide

TOP UK Universities in Chemistry 2022 Rankings | Complete University Guide

Chemistry is one of the leading natural sciences, compulsory for classical and technical universities. The ranking of the best universities in Britain in the field of chemistry will help you choose a university to study chemistry abroad.

 

Chemistry as a science originated in the 9th century A.D., and by the 21st century has penetrated into all spheres of human existence. There are several main directions for the study of chemistry at the university:

  • general chemistry
  • Organic chemistry of natural compounds
  • Medical chemistry
  • Physical and synthetic organic chemistry
  • Forensic chemistry (forensic science)
  • Catalytic organic synthesis
  • Molecular chemistry
  • Computer chemistry.

Studying at a British university in chemical specialties brings the graduate to a high international level. This applies to both the quality of knowledge gained at the university and the prestige of a British diploma, as well as the ability to find a high-paying job.

The scientific traditions of Britain are known throughout the world: 8% of all scientific publications are published in this country. A prominent representative of the scientific community is the Royal Society of Chemistry, an association of researchers in the field of chemistry. The Royal Society is engaged in scientific research, publishes top chemical journals and collections, has branches in the United States and China.

Science today has ceased to be national: it is increasingly funded by international organizations, and research is acquiring an interethnic character. This opens up additional opportunities for students of British universities: they can get acquainted with the directions of chemical research and new trends in science in different countries.

The research potential of British universities in the field of chemistry is very high. Leading specialists in this industry work here, laboratories are equipped with the most modern equipment, including various digital technologies. Students work in scientific groups engaged in real research, from the first years they are involved in scientific research.

Best chemistry universities in Britain 2022 | Complete University Guide

Rank Institution Entry Standards Student Satisfaction Research Quality Research Intensity Graduate Prospects Overall Score
1 Oxford 210   3.43 0.98 90 100
2 Cambridge 228   3.54 1 84 99.7
3 St Andrews 222 4.3 3.23 1 83 97
4 Durham 197 4.17 3.31 0.89 86 96.3
5 York 175 4.33 3.21 0.91 87 95.8
6 Glasgow 208 3.85 3.15 0.91 83 95
7 Strathclyde 195 4.26 3.15 0.89 79 94.6
8 Liverpool    3.98 3.5 0.83 88 94.5
9 University College London 168 3.99 3.3 1 84 94.4
10 Warwick 150 4.24 3.3 0.94 84 94.1
11 Nottingham 144 4.1 3.22 0.98 87 94.1
12 Bath 163 4.23 3.23 0.87 82 94
13 Heriot-Watt 165 4.25 3.01 0.91 83 93.9
14 Lancaster 146 4.28 2.98 0.92 86 93.8
15 King's College London 154 3.74 3.07 0.8 90 93.7
16 Birmingham 164 4.22 3.01 1 82 93.7
17 Bristol 161 4.27 3.35 0.98 78 93.6
18 Edinburgh 192 3.91 3.23 0.96 77 93.5
19 Nottingham Trent 114 4.23 3.16 0.5 92 93.4
20 Cardiff 139 3.95 3.29 0.58 85 92.7
21 Imperial College London 157 3.64 3.3 1 82 92.7
22 Leeds 153 4.03 3.18 0.76 81 92.6
23 Sheffield 154 4.1 3.19 0.83 79 92.6
24 Loughborough 144 4.24 2.7 0.91 83 92.4
25 East Anglia (UEA) 129 4.18 3.27 0.75 81 92.2
26 Manchester 162 4.06 3.24 0.87 75 92.1
27 Leicester 119 4.3 2.94 0.93 83 92
28 Queen's, Belfast 149 3.93 2.93 1 81 92
29 Keele 115 4.31 3.09 0.96 81 91.8
30 Surrey 133 4.11 2.98 0.8 82 91.8
31 Huddersfield 137 4.15 2.67 0.47 85 91.6
32 Bradford 110 4.02 3.22 0.19 87 91.4
33 Southampton 146 4.04 3.23 1 74 91.3
34 Plymouth 119 4.42 2.98 0.67 79 91.2
35 De Montfort 123 3.85 2.58 0.51 89 91
36 Queen Mary, University of London 136 4.08 3.07 0.88 75 90.7
37 Sussex 151 4.23 2.66 0.93 74 90.7
38 Newcastle 137 4.06 2.91 0.86 76 90.6
39 Liverpool John Moores 130 3.97 2.75 0.2 83 90.3
40 Aberdeen 171 4.07 2.94 0.88 67 90.2
41 Manchester Metropolitan 119 4.26 2.69 0.63 79 90.2
42 West of Scotland 115 4.23 2.67 1 78 90.2
43 Reading 112 3.91 2.85 0.88 81 90.1
44 Central Lancashire 124 3.89 2.36 0.8 84 90
45 Aston 114 4.15 2.83 0.61 79 90
46 Greenwich 120 4.41 2.46 0.41 78 89.6
47 Kent 126 3.96 2.88 0.81 75 89.5
48 Brighton 100 3.9 3.17 0.09 82 89.5
49 Hull 108 4.08 2.91 0.71 77 89.4
50 Sheffield Hallam 104 4.16 2.55 0.89 76 88.7
51 South Wales 102 4.42     81 88.1
52 Lincoln 113 4.61       88
53 London Metropolitan 4.21     78 87.7
54 Northumbria 140 4.26 3.12 0.29 60 87.6
55 Swansea 116 4.25       87
56 Wolverhampton 88 4.28       85.5
57 Salford 116 3.88     71 85.3
58 Kingston 102 4.06 2.82 0.08 63 85.2
59 Teesside   4.22     67 84.6
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Egor Eremeev
Current material has been prepared by Egor Eremeev
Education: Westminster University (Business & Management), London.
Egor studied and lived in the UK for 8 years and graduated from the university of Westminster. He is currently the co-founder and the director of business development at Smapse Education and personally visits foreign schools and universities, interviews students studying in those institutions.
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