The aims of the education of chemical engineers can be summarised as
Students should acquire a profound theoretical knowledge in Mathematics, Physics, Physical Chemistry, Inorganic and Organic Chemistry and already be confronted during their studies with all types of tasks which the chemical engineer may meet in his/her practical, everyday work. Thus, students should acquire laboratory skills, become acquainted with the machines and equipment used in chemical industries, the principles needed for their optimal operation and become familiar with specific technologies of the chemical, food and light industries.
Our programme is structured in two levels: 8 semesters for the B.Sc. and 4 semesters for the M.Sc. followed by the Ph.D. programme. Specialisation begins in the sixth semester in the following branches:
Courses in each branch are available to students at all levels.
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