MSc in Analytical & Pharmaceutical Chemistry

Industry-relevant Studies for Better Prospects

17 Apr 2018|Alumni, Articles, MSc in Analytical & Pharmaceutical Chemistry, MSc in Analytical & Pharmaceutical Chemistry, News Media, People, Programmes, Students|

IMU offers weekend postgraduate programmes, providing opportunities for working adults who wish to enhance their knowledge and work-ready skills in order to advance their careers in the industry or academia. One of such programme is the MSc in Analytical and Pharmaceutical Chemistry (MAPC). Some of our graduates and current students relate their experience studying this

A Unique Blend of Disciplines to Open a Range of Career Opportunities

16 Apr 2018|Alumni, MSc in Analytical & Pharmaceutical Chemistry, MSc in Analytical & Pharmaceutical Chemistry, People, Programmes, Students|

While postgraduate study is rarely easy, taught masters programmes can make things much more manageable and easier due to the structured curriculum and time-bound progression. Learn more about our Master of Science in Analytical and Pharmaceutical Chemistry's alumni and students' experience studying the programme,

School of Pharmacy Meets Stakeholders to Gain Knowledge on Employers’ Expectations

8 Sep 2017|Master of Pharmacy Practice, MSc in Analytical & Pharmaceutical Chemistry, MSc in Molecular Medicine, Pharmaceutical Chemistry, Pharmacy, Programmes|

The 1st Stakeholders Meeting organised by IMU's School of Pharmacy, welcomed participation of more than 15 stakeholders from various professional organisations, pharmaceutical industries, healthcare institutions and alumni. The aims of this important event are to identify, understand and clarify regarding the employers’ expectations on graduands’ knowledge, skills and attitudes. The event took place at the

Earning a Master’s Degree By Balancing Work and Education

27 Jul 2017|Alumni, MSc in Analytical & Pharmaceutical Chemistry, MSc in Analytical & Pharmaceutical Chemistry, People, Programmes, Students|

Continuing your education will help advance your career and while it certainly won’t be easy, there are many possibilities to earn a master’s degree without compromising your career. Many employers recognise the value in continued education for their employees, and even more so if the programme does not take employees away from the job responsibilities.


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