Chemistry across Europe
In 1999 the Bologna Declaration was signed by education ministers from 29 countries to ensure comparability in the standards and quality of higher education qualifications and therefore to increase mobility within Europe. Nevertheless, moving to another country still presents a considerable challenge for most people and a a lot of information has to be gathered beforehand. This can be very troublesome, especially if one has not yet made a final decision about which country to choose.
This webpage aims to lower this frustration barrier and to save a lot of time. Below, you can find general information about chemistry education and work at universities and chemical companies for each EYCN member state. Just click on the countries that you are most interested in!
If you are a young chemist and are looking for a job in the chemical industry in another EU country than your own, then this Mobility Mentoring Portal can also support you with more information provided by trained mentors.