UNIST Chemistry offers MS, PhD, and MS-PhD Combined Degrees in Chemistry. Graduate students carry out research in one of ~30 laboratories, leading the cutting-edge research in organic, inorganic, physical, theoretical and materials chemistry as well as chemical biology. Much of the research involves two or more of the areas and/or interfaces with other disciplines such as biomedical sciences, chemical engineering, and physics. Many state-of-the-art instruments are available in the Chemistry Department and UNIST Central Research Facilities (UCRF) such as NMR, mass spectrometry, X-ray diffraction (powder and single crystal), and electron microscopy.

In addition to the research activities, graduate students take a selection of advanced courses tailored to their research interests. All chemistry courses and seminars are delivered in English. Support for living expenses is provided from research funding and scholarship. For the admissions information, refer to the admissions webpage as below.