Master of Science Chemical Engineering
Delft University of Technology offers a 2-years taught/research degree programme in Chemical Engineering, fully conducted in English. It trains engineers to handle the entire process of innovative thinking from molecules, reactor, design, and manufacturing. Delft graduates are broadly educated, highly employable and today at work all over the world in a great variety of functions in almost all branches of industry; in management, design, research and development. With fundamental knowledge of the technology, and the associated analytical, creative and social skills, graduates are trained intensively. A solid basis for a rewarding career.
Daily Products are made by Chemical Engineers
Examples are cosmetics, plastics, food, drugs, house ware, parts of your car and computers etc., but also advanced devices for the analysis of your blood or the air around us. All these products and involved processes and many more rely on the expertise of the Chemical Engineer. From the exploration of the raw material, the chemical conversion in reactors, the design of the process units, to a complete production and assembly line of the end product Chemical Engineers are involved. Chemical engineering is an indispensable part of our lives. Throughout history man has used the knowledge of chemical engineering to make life more comfortable.
The World of NanoChemical Engineering: From Molecules to Products
New developments in the field of Chemical Engineering has resulted into more molecular oriented applications and research in the domain of NanoChemical Engineering. In the coming decade this accent will be more pronounced and will develop itself to a new domain in which the link between molecular scale and product/process scale – including the re-use of the ‘molecules’ will be the focal point.
Admission requirements for MSc Chemical Engineering:
- A good university BSc degree
- A BSc Cumulative Grade Point Average of at least 75% of the scale maximum
- Proof of English language proficiency
Please check studyat.tudelft.nl for more detailed information and country specific requirements.
Tuition fee for 2012-2013 academic year
For students with EU/EFTA nationality or Surinamese nationality
around € 1,771 per year (all programme)
For students with non EU/EFTA nationality
- all Bachelor's programmes € 8,096,- per year
- all Master's programmes € 12,650,- per year
The various TU Delft joint programmes have their own individual tuition fees and Tuition fees for TU Delft’s programmes are reviewed annually.
You will need approximately € 1.500,- to cover initial settling-in expenses. The cost of living and study, including food, accommodation, transport, books, and obligatory health insurance is estimated to be between € 850 and € 1.100,- per month.
Delft university of Technology has a number of technological ‘dream teams’ competing in events around the world. Study at the forefront of innovation and technology and join the dream team with TU Delft.
About this institute
Welcome to Delft University of Technology!
Delft University of Technology combines the strenghts of a modern university with a rich tradition. The University's eight faculties are at the forefront of technological development, and their work is contributing to scientific advancement in the interests of society. Delft...
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