Looking for a clear pathway into the workforce?

Looking for a clear pathway into the workforce?

Published: 14 July 2021

In a world where market-leading chemical companies have R&D budgets in the billions, there are excellent opportunities to put your chemistry skills to work in industry.

But where do you start? How about a graduate course where you spend most of your time working in industry – and getting paid to do it?

If you’re keen to work in industry-based research – perhaps engineering new-generation materials, perhaps bringing new pharmaceuticals to market – then get your career off to the best possible start with the Master of Industrial Research (Chemistry).

By doing the UNSW Masters of Industrial Research, you will:

  • Receive a minimum of 12 months experience working on a major research project
  • Add ‘real-world’ experience to your CV
  • Develop your professional network
  • Develop technical skills and the ability to evaluate and analyse data
  • Work within a chemical, materials, pharmaceutical/biotech or paint company
  • Receive a $33,413 pa stipend

Term 3 2021 apps open on Monday 2 August. Don't miss out!

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