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Chemistry offers a variety of programs tailored to the needs of today's students. While maintaining a strong chemistry core, students can extend their studies into physics, applied pharmacology, biological chemistry, or environmental monitoring and analysis. Co-op programs are also available for many of these programs for students wishing to build work experience as they study.
Comprehensive information about co-op programs offered by the University of Guelph
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The Guelph-Waterloo Centre for Graduate Work in Chemistry and Biochemistry is one of Canada's largest and most successful graduate schools. The Centre is housed in the Chemistry departments at the Universities of Guelph and Waterloo, two of Canada's highest rated Universities. A diverse team of world-class faculty from both Departments provides research opportunities in a myriad of chemical and biochemical research areas.
NSERC has made changes to their graduate scholarship program so that CGS-M awards have a revised application deadline of December 1st. As in past competitions, students are required to list the graduate programs that they are considering joining. This year, for the first time, students apply directly to NSERC and students will be made award offers by the schools that they are considering attending, rather than their home institution as in past competitions. In the interest of supporting our students in this important step in their careers, Chemistry Departments across the country have quickly assembled this portal to various pages about graduate programs at Canadian Universities.
Tutoring At Guelph
TAG is a centralized online registry created to help connect University of Guelph students seeking academic assistance in specific subject areas with University of Guelph students who wish to tutor.
Descriptions and requirements for all the courses offered by the Department of Chemistry.
Here you'll find an archive of current and past course outlines.
Priority Access Courses
Enrolment may be restricted to particular programs, specializations or semester levels during certain periods.
Evaluate courses, teaching assistants and instructors.