Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology

Master's in Chemical Engineering

Innovative, better, safer and eco-friendly

Scaling up from a laboratory reaction to an industrial process is the main challenge for chemical engineers. This is a complicated optimization problem at many levels: environmental impact, energy consumption and cost must be minimized and the quality and process safety maximized.

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Program's Objectives

This Master’s program focuses on several important tools such as innovative processes and separation techniques, biological engineering, biotechnology, catalytic engineering and polymers, and chemical process safety.

The Master of Science in Chemical & Biochemical Engineering prepares the students for a career in industry requiring solid knowledge of the methods in chemical processes, development, biotechnology and safety processes.

Entry Requirements

Candidates should have a Bachelor’s degree from a reputable university in chemical engineering and excellent academic results.


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Program's Structure

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You will find the complete curriculum, a list and description of courses, and other detailed info about the program on the Chemistry section’s specific pages.

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Brochure & Contact Information

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