Level of education: Aspirantura programme

Type of instruction: Full-time

Duration: 4 years

Language of instruction: English and Russian


Main academic courses

  • Gas Phase Chemistry of Inorganic Halides
  • Electrochemical Methods in Bioanalytical Chemistry
  • Multivariate Data Processing
  • Concentrating Methods for Analysis of Water and Gases
  • Selected Chapters of Organic Chemistry
  • Reactivity of Organic Compounds
  • Molecular Theories of Fluid Systems
  • Nanostructured Polymer Systems and Methods of Their Modelling
  • Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy
  • Perovskite Oxides
  • Symmetry of Molecules and Crystals
  • Colloid-Chemical Aspects of Macromolecular Chemistry
  • Biological Targets of Steroid Estrogens
  • Radioanalytical Methods in Radioecology
  • Chemical Aspects of Separation of Spent Nuclear Fuel
  • Chemical Sensors. Possibility of Using for Nuclear Technology
  • Solid State Ionics
  • Modern Methods of Synthesis, Research, and Application of Composite Materials Based on Carbon Nanostructures
  • Solid State Synthesis of Materials
  • Fundamentals of Magnetochemistry
  • Electrosurface Phenomena
  • Colloid Chemistry of Surfactants
  • Thermodynamics of Surface Phenomena
  • Transfer Processes in Membranes
  • Fundamentals of Electronic Spectroscopy
  • Theoretical Fundamentals of Applied Electrochemistry
  • Thermal Analysis in Chemistry and Materials Science
  • Medicinal Chemistry
  • General and Non-Equilibrium Thermodynamics (in English)
  • Membrane and Catalytic Systems and Materials
  • Physical Methods for Studying Organic Compounds. Supplementary Chapters
  • Hydrogen-Bonded Complexes
  • Composite Nanomaterials
  • Mesostructural Polymer Systems and Methods for Their Modelling
  • Metrology of Physicochemical Measurements
  • Fundamentals of Biomedical Materials Research
  • Fundamentals of Programmable Layer-by-Layer Synthesis of Nanomaterials
  • Surface Phenomena in Nanodispersed Systems
  • Internship
  • Radionuclide Diagnostics: Practice and Prospects
  • Advanced Organoelement Chemistry
  • Raman Spectroscopy
  • Theory of Critical State
  • Physics of Semiconductors
  • Physicochemical Fundamentals of Membrane Separation Methods
  • Physical Chemistry of Nanosized Systems
  • Fundamental Principles for Control of Nanostructured Material Synthesis
  • Chemical Sensors. Possibility of Using for Nuclear Technology
  • Digitalisation in Teaching Chemical Disciplines
  • Electrochemical Methods in Bioanalytical Chemistry


Resource opportunities for research

The programme is implemented either at the resource centres of the Research Park of St Petersburg University or using the equipment of research organisations with which St Petersburg University has close scientific ties.


Our advantages

  • The possibility for each student to develop an individual learning path in offered areas;
  • Training is focused on: acquiring practical skills in conducting independent research; the ability to present findings of research, conduct academic discussions and participate in teaching activities;
  • Research areas are extremely popular in the modern world, which, in its turn, contributes to graduates being highly in demand.