Immanuel Kant Baltic Federal University

PhD Programmes

Chemical sciences «Physical Chemistry »

Programme Information

The programme is designed to provide knowledge of High-Tech and Chemical Education in Pure and Applied Chemistry according to the study field chosen, as well as related Natural Science Subjects.

The programme aims to train highly qualified specialists in Physical Chemistry capable of introducing scientific and educational innovations.

The programme's advantages:

The programme is designed to provide balanced knowledge and skills in a wide range of applications of Physical Chemistry.

Upon completing the programme, you will be able to:

  • design and carry out integrated and interdisciplinary research;

  • participate in the work of Russian and international research teams to address scientific and educational tasks;

  • carry out R&D work in the professional field independently;

  • apply up-to-date knowledge of Physical Chemistry to carry out scientific research and obtain research results.

Programme Description

04.06.01 . Chemical sciences. Physical Chemistry .

Duration of the Programme: .

Programme type: Full-time.

Language of instruction: Russian.

Courses & Study Load

ECTS credits: 240

Core courses: Experimental Methods of Research into Electrodeposited Film Quality, Absorption of Organic Molecules on Metal Cathode Surface, Influence of Electrolyte Organic Additives on Electrodeposition of Metals, Organic Brighteners and Inhibitors of Hydrogen Release and Absorption in Metals.

Professional Training / Internships

Teacher training of PhD students is designed to develop teacher-researcher skills, including the ability to use state-of-the art information search and interpretation tools. PhD students shall conduct seminars, give lectures, and supervise project work of students. 

Career Opportunities

Graduates are qualified for executive and management positions in:

  • Science and Education;

  • Research and analytical laboratories of various industries;

  • Laboratories of governmental and nongovernmental institutions


Admission & Tuition

State-funded applicants (Russian nationals and  Russian speaking applicants from the CIS countries) are  expected to  take  the following exams:

  • Physical Chemistry 

  • Philosophy

  • Foreign language 


Maksim V. Patrushev

Tel.   7 4012 595 595 (ext. 5000 


Language: Russian

Admissions Office

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