Chemical engineering is the branch of engineering that deals with manufacture of products through chemical processes and the technologies of chemical production. This study field is based on combination of physical sciences, life sciences, mathematics and economics. Chemical engineering differs from chemistry because of focusing on large scales. This study field has two groups: the first group deals with chemical processes (design, manufacture and operation of plants and machinery), while the second group deals with new substances development. Graduates can work at various industries, especially oil and petrochemical industry, nuclear energy, food production, development of new sources of energy and medicine.
The Chemical Engineering programme at Aalborg University Esbjerg, Denmark, allows you to combine your creative and technical skills in a programme with focus on research and development as well as planning and implementation of operation and maintenance tasks within chemical and chemically related production.
The aim of the programme is to reach international engineering standards within: Research and development; Planning, production and maintenance; Exploitation, transportation, and treatment considering economic and environmental aspects as well as health, safety, and working environment.
The master programme Chemical Engineering for Energy and the Environment will give you efficient engineering tools to help in solving future challenges on how to best use our energy- and natural resources.
Interdisciplinary program bridging the gap between physical and chemical measurements, metrology and related economic and legal aspects.
The programme gives students scientific and technological knowledge needed in process industry, e.g. in pulp and paper, chemical and metallurgical industry.
The MSc in Petroleum Production Engineering is specifically designed by Robert Gordon University (RGU) to attract graduates in engineering or personnel with at least 2 years of previous relative experience in the sector. The course structure is also approved by and abides to the guidelines set by the Energy Institute (EI).
Chemical Engineering is a branch of engineering that combines knowledge in Chemistry, Physics, Mathematics and Engineering Sciences with a view to carry out research, conceive, project and operate systems that transform chemical substances in final products through chemical, physical and biological processes, in a context of economic, social, ethical and environmental constraints. As a professional activity it is regulated by the Order of Engineers, which requires a training model based on 10 curricular work semesters.
This master programme is fully lectured in English and seeks to provide technological training for professional purposes in the several fields covered by Chemical Engineering, including chemical process engineering, control and process optimization, besides the specialization in polymers, environmental technology and biotechnology.
The Masters Programme in Molecular Science and Engineering aims to provide in-depth knowledge of molecular systems and tools for advanced careers in industry, academia and society.
This four-year programme offers an extra year on top of the Biochemical Engineering BEng in which to acquire hands-on practical research experience and advanced design skills. Several optional routes provide flexibility to meet students' individual requirements.
The most profound feature of the programme is the integration of research work into an essential part of the studies. The students will join a research group in the course of their studies and carry out assigned research projects as active members of the group.
This Master offers an engineer in chemical and in materials sciences a large range of careers: the design of new installations in engineering and design departments, the construction and starting up of new factories, exploitation of production workshops and, increasingly, research and development work. In effect the chemical and para-chemical industries devote a greater percentage of their turnover to research than every other industry.