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Organic Chemistry
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Organic Chemistry

Doctoral Study Sub-programme, Faculty of Food and Biochemical Technology

Overview

The aim of the doctoral study is to prepare professionals with deep knowledge in the field of organic chemistry and related subjects from biochemistry, biology and mathematical modelling. The study is focused on acquiring comprehensive theoretical and practical knowledge applied on bioactive organic natural compounds and their analogues. Theoretical computation chemistry helps in understanding of biomolecular interactions and stereochemistry of both synthetic and natural compounds. An integral part of the study is independent creative work as well as mentoring students of Master and Bachelor degree programmes.

Careers

Graduates are prepared for independent scientific work and are experienced in managing small research groups. Consequently, they can become members of research teams, hold leading positions in production or control sector or in government institutions and in the private sector, may become teachers at secondary schools, colleges or universities. Multidisciplinary approach is emphasised during the whole course of study which makes the graduates adaptable to utilise their education in different areas as well.

Details

Study Language Czech
Duration 4 years
Form of study full time + combined
Place of study Praha
Capacity 12 students
Study Programme Chemistry (code P1417)
Study sub-programme code 1402V001
Detailed information at departments Department of Chemistry of Natural Compounds
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