Chemical Engineering (Environment and Energy)Klaipeda University
About this program
Chemical Engineering (Environment and Energy)
The programme prepares bachelors with interdisciplinary academic education, able to further develop their intellectual capacity and scientific approach to the solution of complex problems in contemporary chemical engineering and the related fields. Graduates are able to analyse and develop chemical and technological processes, to develop new products, and to choose the equipment in a comprehensive way, given technological and social, economic, and environmental aspects.
- Proof of English language proficiency: IELTS > 5.5, TOEFL > 75, CEFR > B2.
- Entry qualification documents: Higher school certificate for Bachelor/University Bachelor (a minimum of 3 years) degree certificate and its supplement for Master’s studies.
- Minimum average grade (CGPA) >60%.
Some specific requirements may vary from country to country. You can find more information by visiting the university website.
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- Analitical Chemistry
- Oil and Gas Chemistry
- General Technology
- Process Engineering
- Environmental Engineering
- Instrumental Analysis Methods
- Chemical Thermodynamics
- Renewable Energy Sources
- Management of Business and Engineering Projects
- Process and Equipment Simulation and Design, etc.
During the studies, students spend a lot of time in well-equipped laboratories, where they gain necessary skills.The essential amount of Practice (15 credits) allows to develop in depth a level of practical skills of program graduates.
Tuition fee: 3,727 EUR per year
- Credits: 210 ECTS
- Awards: BSc (Bachelor of Engineering Sciences)
As a rule, the majority of successful undergraduates continue their further studies in the KU Petroleum Technological Processes graduate study program.
Chemical engineers use their analytical skills and aptitude for chemistry when working with ground-breaking technologies to enhance people’s lives. Graduates of Chemical Engineering study program can be employed as chemical, processes, environmental, energy, production engineers in various industrial companies (food, chemical, environmental, etc.) as well as in ports terminals, as engineer-chemists at different chemical laboratories and etc.
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Klaipeda University is a multidisciplinary educational institution, a national and Baltic Region leader in the field of marine sciences and studies integrated into international academic networks, fosterer of cultural heritage, and a centre for lifelong learning. Established on 1 January...
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