The MRes Advanced Chemical Sciences programme at Xi'an Jiaotong-Liverpool University provides you with the education and training needed to understand different aspects of the field of chemical sciences.
The Chemistry programme at Beijing Normal University – Hong Kong Baptist University United International College aims to cultivate high level talents, with a broad knowledge based in biology and chemistry, and the theories, knowledge, and experimental techniques in the modern interdisciplinary fields, who are able to conduct scientific research independently and obtain innovative research results.
The scholars under the chemistry discipline have rich experiences across domestic and oversea biotech companies as well as universities. The key members include Prof. Zongwei Cai, Prof. Bo Lei, Prof. Baojun Xu, Prof. Mildred Yang, Dr. Chun-Fai Yu, Dr. Yuepeng Su, Dr. Wentian Chen.
The major research fields include food chemistry, purification and characterization of protein/bioactive peptides, food safety techniques and food safety systems, interrelationship of food functional components with free radicals in human body, toxicological studies, safety assessment of the chemicals used in food industry, biosynthesis of microbial biotoxins and their use as pharmaceuticals.
The programme is equipped with comprehensive research facilities such as UPLC-TSQ, GC-MS, headspace gas-phase Chromatography (GC-FID), High Performance Liquid Chromatography (HPLC), Inductively Coupled Plasma-Atomic Emission Spectroscopy (ICP-OES), and Protein Purification Systems, which provide strong foundation to support scientific research.
Are you from India? You might need a student visa…
…But, well, you see, our army of scientist monkeys didn’t finish the student visa research for China yet!
Don’t worry, everything is ok. We’re on it, and we’re doing all we can to make your search for the right international degree in China a little easier and more enjoyable.
Still, you can always beat us to the punch and:
Check if you really need a student visa. Usually, if you are an EU-national and want to study in another EU country, you won’t need a visa. Some other non-EU countries may also be exempt from an entry visa, at least for an initial duration;
Start accessing the websites of the embassy and consulate, in order to get a general picture of the whole “visa-application” thing;
Check the deadlines and figure out how much time you’ll have to wait for your visa. You wouldn’t want miss studying abroad from this silly mistake of bad planning;
Go on a scavenger hunt and collect all the documents you will need. Remember, you can find the list on the embassy’s website;
Start saving up money, as some applications might require you to have proof of minimum funds;
Brush up on your English skills. Even if this is not always a visa requirement, it will help you a lot to succeed during your university studies.
All in all, what else can we say but: good luck and never forget to have fun during your studies!