The Master of Science program in Chemical Engineering, offered by the Faculty of Science and Technology, falls under the academic discipline of Engineering Science. Graduates obtain the qualification of Chemical Engineer, and the program commences in both September and February. Proficiency in English is required, demonstrated through TOEFL scores of 547, IELTS scores of 6.0, and successful completion of an oral examination.
Academic eligibility includes a Bachelor of Science degree in Chemical Engineering or Biochemical Engineering (no additional coursework is necessary for eligibility). Additionally, candidates with a Bachelor of Science degree in Materials and Science Engineering, Timber Industry Engineering, Light Industrial Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Environmental Engineering, and Chemistry may apply, but may be required to complete supplementary coursework.
The program spans four semesters, accumulating 120 ECTS credits. Tuition is set at 8,000 USD per year, with additional fees including a 150 USD application fee and a 350 USD entrance procedure fee.
The primary objective of the Chemical Engineering, MSc program is to enhance the pool of engineering professionals and retain those with a Bachelor of Science degree from seeking opportunities elsewhere. The program aims to cultivate professionals equipped with a solid foundation in general knowledge, technical acumen, and the fundamentals of natural, social, and engineering sciences essential for their chosen profession.