The Chemical Technology study course was created for students, who wish to become a bridge between chemists and engineers, combining their skills with an interdisciplinary perspective on industrial processes. The particular advantage of undertaking the Chemical Technology study course is the unique mixture of theoretical knowledge with laboratory and technological practices. As a student of our Faculty, you will learn the principles of conducting technological processes and implement them in the industry. Moreover, numerous projects will allow you to develop your ability to work as part of a team, while specialized English language skillset will enable efficient communication with technologists from different branches of the industry. As a result, you will become a specialist sought-after on the international labour market. After finishing the 3.5 year study course you will obtain the Engineering degree. During this time you will also have the possibility to participate in an international apprenticeship as part of the Erasmus+ programme and the activity of the IAESTE association. As an Engineer, you will have an open path to work in the fields associated with pharmaceuticals, cosmetics, petrochemicals, food, electrochemistry, processing of plastics, synthesis of organic and inorganic compounds as well as several other branches of the industry. You can also apply for second-cycle studies and obtain the Master of Science Engineer degree in one of several majors: Organic Technology, Polymer Technology, Technical Electrochemistry, Composites and Nanomaterials, Chemical Engineering, Bioprocesses and Biomaterials Engineering, Ecotechnology or Monitoring. This will increase your competitiveness on the labour market.
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- Full Time
Secondary School Certificate, Transcript of Records from high school, Photocopy of the passport, CV.
Only in first semester students need to pay 200eur for admission. Application deadline for EU students is July 15.
- 3.5 years
- Full Time
- On Campus Learning