Higher Chemical College of the Russian Academy of Sciences

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Higher Chemical College
Motto none
Established 1990
Type Public
Chancellor Prof. Oleg M. Nefedov
Location Moscow, Russia
Colors Royal Blue      Grey      Violet     [1]
Website http://hcc.ru/

General information[edit]

Higher Chemical College of the Russian Academy of Sciences (HCC RAS) is a department of Mendeleev University of Chemical Technology of Russia.[2] The focus of HCC RAS is on training research scientists. Involvement in academic research is an integral part of curriculum, with increasing credit load starting from the second year of study. At least one day of the week is free of classes and entirely dedicated to hands-on lab work in RAS institutes. After 5 to 5.5 years, College students defend a thesis and receive a diploma in Chemistry, equivalent to the M.Sc. degree.

Admission[edit]

Annual admission to the College is 30 students.

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