What is Perfumery and cosmetic science?
The Perfumery and Cosmetic Science Centre provides facilities for the development and application of fragrances and personal care products in the chemical, cosmetics and toiletries industries.
What course should I take to become a perfumer?
You can get a college degree in chemistry, complete a graduate degree in perfumery, or you can work your way up through a cosmetic or perfume company. Whatever path you choose to take, you will need a combination of hard work, skill, and creativity to become a master perfumer.
Is cosmetic a science?
Cosmetic Science is a multidisciplinary applied science. Cosmetic science majors study the art, science and business of cosmetics. They learn to develop, formulate and produce cosmetics and personal care products. They also study regulations and how to assess products’ safety, performance and quality.
Is there a diploma in perfumery at SP?
If you have the passion to: you are cordially invited to begin your journey with the Diploma in Perfumery & Cosmetic Science (DPCS) at SP. It is the only local diploma programme that provides training in chemistry with applications in perfumery and cosmetic science.
Is there a diploma in chemistry in Singapore?
It is the only local diploma programme that provides training in chemistry with applications in perfumery and cosmetic science. You will have integrated learning experience where you will build a strong chemistry foundation and apply your knowledge in specific applications using your senses.
How to get specialist diploma in cosmetic science?
The laboratory sessions will provide hands-on experience in formulating hair and skincare products, as well as and practical skills on microbiological testing of cosmetic products. Upon completion of two Certificates within a two-year validity period, the participant will be conferred a Specialist Diploma qualification from Singapore Polytechnic.
How many PDC’s are in cosmetic science course?
This course is a one-year part-time, evenings-only programme. This course consists of 2 Post Diploma Certificates conducted over 2 semesters, 1 PDC per semester. The first PDC to start with is PDC1.