Dublin Chemistry (DubChem)
"Chemistry is fascinating because it makes many things possible that would have been inconceivable not too long ago."
All postgraduate students must have completed 15 ECTS of DubChem modules before they can be confirmed on the PhD register and a total of 30 ECTS must have been passed before submission of a PhD thesis.
Students can, of course, take additional modules if they wish
Modules on offer in 2022/23
Module descriptions and learning outcomes - added September 2019
Further details on particular DubChem modules
CHEM40340, Teaching in Higher Education as a Graduate Assistant (Demonstrating Module): Guidelines and Student Survey Form (SurveyMonkey version here)
Before enrolling for DubChem modules, please discuss your choices with your supervisor and have him/her approve them (especially if registering for the NUIG module as it has an associated fee). For DubChem students who wish to add/remove modules from their module list, please contact Ben Power (firstname.lastname@example.org).
TCD Chemistry Postgraduates
All of your module enrolment/exam data are held in TCD. However, they will not show up on your myTCD portal unless they have a blackboard element to them. If you are in doubt as to what modules you have completed, Contact the school office for assistance.