Student industrial placements in 2017–18 will take place at:
- BASF (Germany)
- Procter & Gamble (USA)
- Process Systems Enterprise (UK)
- STFC Hartree Centre (UK)
Master's of Research (MRes) in Molecular Science and Engineering
Are you a scientist wanting to focus on the practical application of your research?
Are you an engineer wanting to better understand the fundamentals of molecular science?
Are you excited by possibilities at the interface of molecular science and engineering?
Do you want to gain practical experience in industry?
If so: IMSE's newly launched MRes in Molecular Science and Engineering may be for you!
The programme started in October 2017, with a cohort of students from a diverse set of chemistry, chemical engineering and biomedical engineering backgrounds. We have designed this unique Master's of Research course to train students in interdisciplinary collaborative research: equipping them with an unparalleled perspective and set of fundamental and applied skills as they embark on their career
Unique, trans-disciplinary and practical
Rapid progress in our understanding of molecular science means that we can now make, measure and model materials with unprecedented accuracy.
A unique opportunity to work with preeminent multi-disciplinary groups of Imperial researchers from engineering and natural sciences.
Undertake high-quality research projects and benefit from Imperial’s expertise at translating research into practical application.
Gain first-hand experience in the real issues and challenges faced by different industrial sectors and companies with tailored industrial placements.
Graduates trained at the interface of molecular science and engineering are increasingly in demand.
Find out more
If you are an external partner, please get in touch if you are interested in finding out more about hosting student research placements. This is an opportunity to access and provide input into shaping and training a distinctive group of high-quality students with invaluable expertise in the broad discipline of Molecular Science and Engineering.