Applications are now open for the MSc in Analytical Science program at the University of Lincoln for the 2024-25 academic term. The university has set the final application date for January 2024, but advises potential students to apply soon. If all available spots fill up, the university might close the application process earlier than expected.
The University meticulously crafts the MSc Analytical Science program, aiming to equip individuals with a strong science background with in-depth knowledge and structured training in contemporary analytical techniques. This program emphasizes hands-on learning, ensuring that graduates are industry-ready and can contribute effectively to their respective fields.
Highlighting the program’s essence, the University of Lincoln’s official statement noted, “Our aim is to equip students with a robust set of hands-on capabilities. This paves the way for expertise in specialist sectors, opening doors to roles in fields like pharmaceuticals, forensics, environmental sciences, and archaeology.”
Eligibility criteria for MSc in Analytical Science:
- A Bachelor’s degree, or its equivalent, from a recognized body with at least an upper second-class grade in Chemistry or related fields such as Biosciences, Pharmaceutical Science, Forensic Science, Geology, Geography, Environmental Science, and Archaeological Science. We can also consider significant relevant experience.
- A minimum aggregate score of 50% or a 5.5 CGPA.
- English language proficiency akin to an IELTS score of 6.0 overall, with no section falling below 5.5.
- Candidates not meeting the IELTS criterion may need to enroll in one of the University of Lincoln’s preparatory English and Academic Study Skills courses.
From 2024, the University prices the course fee for the MSc in Analytical Science program at £17,600 for students from India. The University of Lincoln also provides options for scholarships and funded studentships for its postgraduate programs. The university directs aspirants to the postgraduate fees and funding sections on its website for details on financial aids like Master’s and PhD loans, scholarships, and studentships.