London Met courses accredited by the Royal Society of Chemistry

London Met’s Chemistry degree has been accredited for its fantastic delivery of education.

Date: 26 April 2019

London Metropolitan University’s Chemistry BSc course has, once again, received accreditation from the Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC).

The highly prestigious recognition means that the quality of teaching offered at London Met addresses the needs of the job market and puts London Met Chemistry graduates ahead of the workplace skills.

Dr Daniel Sykes, course leader for Chemistry BSc at London Met, said: “We are very proud to have been reaccredited by the Royal Society of Chemistry. This prestigious award recognises the high standards we set and acknowledges the work we do to help our be the best they can be when they enter the workplace.”

The course will be accredited until 2024 and comes at a time when employers are seeking the best scientists globally to work in a more versatile environment.

An independent assessment of quality

The Royal Society of Chemistry is not-for-profit organisation with a heritage that spans 175 years. With over 54,000 members and a knowledge business that spans the globe, they are the UK’s professional body for chemical scientists.

All courses accredited by the RSC must undergo a rigorous peer-review process founded on the judgement of professional chemists. Studying on an accredited course provides students with access to qualified membership of the Royal Society of Chemistry and forms a basis for partially satisfying the academic requirements for our Chartered Chemist (CChem) award through further study or continuing professional development.

The RSC is a professional membership body who connect scientists all around the world. The body accredits courses from around the globe who deliver chemistry education to a professional and high standard.

Find out more about Chemistry at London Met.