Education and research are closely integrated within the Chemical Engineering Master's program from Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e), which helps you stay abreast of the latest developments within the discipline. You become familiar with all the latest tools and technologies used by chemical engineers. You can define a personal study program that satisfies your own wishes and preferences.
As a chemical engineer you will be able to come up with technical solutions for problems and issues in relation to process and product technology. In finding these solutions, chemical engineers work closely with experts from other specializations, taking into account the related economical, social, environmental and ethical aspects.
The Chemical Engineering two-year Master's program offers you the opportunity to gain in-depth knowledge in one of the two Master's tracks within the program. When applying for the Master's program in Chemical Engineering you need to make a choice between one of the following tracks:
The Master's program Chemical Engineering has a total duration of two academic years and has a value of 120 credit points (EC), based on the European Credit Transfer System (ECTS). The academic year, starting at the end of August or beginning of September and ending in July, is subdivided into two semesters, each accounting for 30 ECTS. These semesters are divided again in two quartiles each. It is possible to enter the Master's program at the beginning of each of the semesters. However, starting at the beginning of the start of the Academic year is preferred.
The Master's program in Chemical Engineering offers two specializations you can choose from: Chemical and Process Technology (CPT) and Molecular Systems and Materials Chemistry (MSMC). The main structure of the Master's program is shown in the following table. The structure of the master’s program is identical for both specializations. The core program is compulsory for all students within the specialization.
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You can apply until:
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You only need to take one of these language tests:
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The general requirements for admission to the TU/e Master's of Science programs for students with a Bachelor’s degree from a university outside the Netherlands are:
There may also be specific additional requirements for some Master's programs, depending on the nature of your prior education.
An application fee of €100 is required for each application. This fee is non refundable.
All applicants must provide TU/e with a full application package before any decision can be taken on admission to a Master's program. An application is considered to be complete when:
Various scholarships are open to students wishing to follow a Master's program at the TU/e. A requirement of most scholarships is that you have been admitted to a Master's program before you may apply to the scholarship. It is therefore important that you take good note of the scholarships deadlines and apply well in advance to the TU/e Master's program of your choice in time to meet the scholarship deadline. Students from EU countries may also optionally get a grant.
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