Careers and stakeholders

The students with the degree in Chemical Sciences would be entitled to work in public and private-owned laboratories as highly qualified scientists. They could supervise the planning, production and characterization of new products and/or new materials, collaborate in the development of novel technologies, elaborate reports, handle and present chemical information. They could find positions in chemical industry, especially in pharmaceutical and fine chemicals companies, but also in the agrochemical, cosmetic and food chemistry, or teach Chemistry in High Schools.
They can also apply for Doctorate programmes, preferentially in Chemical Sciences, in our University or abroad. On average, around 25% of our students do so, after receiving the degree in Chemical Sciences.
Employment statistics (Almalaurea)

The programme interacts with local, national and international stakeholders, such as professional organizations, manufacturing companies and service providers.