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Students should have profound theoretical knowledge in Chemical Engineering, Higher Mathematics, and Natural Sciences. Broad knowledge has to be proven in Mechanics, Materials and Corrosion, Chemistry, Mathematics, Thermodynamics, Numerical Methods and Programming. Furthermore basic knowledge is required in Chemical Process Engineering, Mechanical Process Engineering, Thermal Process Engineering and Chemical Process Design.
Structure of the Programme
This programme offers a unique blend of research and educational opportunities. The courses are divided into a compulsory group and an elective group. The compulsory group covers fundamental courses in Chemical Engineering. In the elective group the candidate can choose to specialise in one of the following seven disciplines: Mechanical Process Engineering, Thermal Process Engineering, Chemical Process Engineering, Biochemical Engineering, Power Generation and Heat Transfer, Environmental Protection Processes, Process Systems Engineering. In addition to classroom studies, practical experience will be gained from a two month industrial internship. Candidates are required to complete both a student project and a Master thesis which may involve a lab project, theoretical work or a critical review on an advanced engineering topic. The student project can be completed in parallel to the course work.
Language of Instruction: German
Beginning of the Programme: October
25.08. - 04.09.2009,
16.09. - 24.09.2009 und
01.10. - 09.10.2009