Master of Science in Chemical engineering & Biotechnology

 A program structured to tackle key fields in chemical engineering including a process development project


This is a complex optimization problem at many levels: environmental impacts, energy consumption and costs must be minimized, and the quality and process safety maximized.

During semesters 1 and 2, students in Chemical engineering and Biotechnology will deepen their knowledge in:

  • innovative processes and separation techniques
  • biological engineering
  • biotechnology
  • catalytic engineering and polymers
  • chemical process safety

The 3rd semester consists of either an internship or a minor.

The last and 4th semester of studies consist of the Master’s project (also called PDM).