Chemical and Process Engineering, M.Sc.

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  • 24 months
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  • German
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In the master's programme Chemical and Process Engineering at TU Graz, you gain a more in-depth understanding of the fundamentals of chemical and process engineering, and specialise in either systems and process technology or paper, pulp and fibre technology. In addition, you have the opportunity to deepen your understanding of pharmaceutical process engineering, environmental technology or economics. You use innovative technology in small groups during practical laboratory courses.
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Career Options

Chemical and process engineers work in

  • research and development
  • planning and construction
  • logistics and production
  • customer service and sales
  • technical monitoring
  • industrial facilities, establishing and running the facilities

Chemical and process engineers are employed in the following fields:

  • the food industry and luxury food industry
  • the paper and pulp industry
  • the plastics industry
  • petrochemistry
  • metallurgy
  • fuel cell technology
  • chemical production
  • the pharmaceutical industry
  • biotechnology
  • the electronics sector.

They work in companies and public authorities as environmental specialists.

Programme Structure

  • You learn about current theories, principles and methods in chemical and process engineering, and engineering.
  • You consider ecological, economical and legal aspects of chemical and process engineering.
  • You focus on topics such as industrial separation processes, process technology, particle process technology, applied analytics and industrial environmental protection, and you develop system concepts for different industry sectors.
You choose from one of the two following specialisations
  • Systems engineering and process technology: Unit operation in chemical and process engineering Design, operation and optimisation of facilities and processes
  • Paper, pulp and fibre technology: Technical and technological basics involved in the production, refinement, processing and recycling of plant fibres, and pulp and paper production.
You choose courses from the 5 catalogues of electives
  • Systems engineering and process technology
  • Paper, pulp and fibre technology
  • Pharmaceutical process technology
  • Environmental technology
  • Economics

Detailed Programme Facts

  • Deadline and start date Application deadline and start date were not specified by the programme.
  • Full-time duration 24 months
  • Study intensity Full-time
  • Credits
    120 ECTS
  • Languages
    • German
  • Delivery mode
    On Campus
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Academic Requirements

  • Candidates for admission to the Master's Programme must have successfully completed a relevant Bachelor's programme or other equivalent degree programmme.

Tuition Fee Per Semester

  • EUR 726 International
  • EUR 363 EU/EEA


Graz University of Technology is not able to provide any scholarships for international students. For scholarships, please contact the Austrian embassy in your home country. Your application will be forwarded to the Austrian Ministry of Education, Science and Culture or you may also contact the Austrian Exchange Service (OEAD).

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