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Experimental and Industrial Organic Chemistry 
Identificative data of the program
Experimental and Industrial Organic Chemistry 
Doctoral program carrying the Spanish Ministry of Education's Pathway to Excellence award (valid during the academic years 2011-2012 and 2013-2014)
Areas of the program
Health Sciences
Life Sciences 
Maximum number of students
URL of the program
Josep Bonjoch Sesé 
Faculty of Pharmacy and Food Science

Faculty/Registering Centre
  Faculty of Pharmacy and Food Science

General objectives of the program
To provide a comprehensive training in the field of Organic Chemistry with special emphasis on experimental work, complementing the knowledge acquired throughout the degree and M.Sc.
To train students in the skills they need to broaden their professional abilities in the field of organic chemistry, specifically in the areas of industrial and pharmaceutical chemistry.
To establish a framework to reach doctoral level
The key features of the doctorate include scientific excellence, interdisciplinary knowledge, professional relevance and an international profile.

Moreover, this doctoral program aims to carry on from the inter-university doctorate in organic chemistry and industrial pharmaceutical chemistry, which earned the Spanish ministry of science and innovation's quality award. Therefore, the teaching staff will include not only those mentioned at the UB, but also staff of the University of Valencia, the Polytechnic University of Valencia and the University of the Balearic Islands, who will be participating in the new interuniversity M.Sc to be implemented in the 2009-2010 academic year.
Specific requirements and criteria for admission to the doctoral program and applicant merit rating
The principal path to access the doctoral program in Experimental and Industrial Organic Chemistry is through the interuniversity master's program of the same name taught jointly by the universities of Barcelona, Valencia and the Balearic Islands and the Polytechnic University of Valencia. It is possible to access the research period of the doctoral program without having completed the master's degree if the student has successfully completed 30 credits of theory and 30 of laboratory work. In the case of students coming from other master's programs, the doctoral committee will decide whether their previous training needs to be supplemented with specific bridging courses.
Admission to the research period of the doctoral program is the responsibility of the doctoral committee for the said program, and will take into account the candidate's previous training.
In prioritising candidates consideration will be given to their academic background, their motivation and the time they commit themselves to dedicating to the program.
Applications must be submitted using the pre-enrolment form available from the secretariat of the Organic Chemistry Unit of the Department of Pharmacology and Therapeutic Chemistry in the Faculty of Pharmacy at the UB or from the relevant departments of the other universities taking part in this doctoral program.
Students may request an interview with a member of the committee which will consider their previous training, and they will be told whether they need to supply additional information. Once all the information has been collected, the program committee will give an answer within ten days.
Assessment of merits: curriculum vitae and academic transcript of the courses completed.
Offered research lines

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