- Requirements: Baccalaureate (or equivalent)
- Duration: 4 years (8 semesters)
- Teaching language: Romanian
- Form of studies: Full time
- Professional title for the graduates: Bachelor Diploma and the title of Engineer
The structure of the Bachelor in Chemical Engineering includes two foundation years, followed by two specialisation years in which students can choose between two options:
- Inorganic Products Engineering and Environmental Protection
- Chemical Engineering of Organic Compounds, Petrochemistry and Carbochemistry
The specialization in Inorganic Products Engineering and Environmental Protection forms personnel with superior training, as well as specific skills and abilities in the fundamental field of Engineering Sciences, able to carry out scientific research and be a support for the business community.
The graduates of this specialization understand and use the fundamentals of mathematics, physics, chemistry, measurement technique, material science; are trained in inorganic chemical engineering; have basic knowledge on research and development, manufacturing and design in terms of technological processes; can grasp the basic concepts of technology; are aware of environment quality monitoring, environmental legislation, integrated waste management, industrial pollution control and risk management, protection of natural water quality, water treatment for drinking and industrial purpose, wastewater treatment, reduction of water, air and soil pollution; learn about the exploitation in optimal conditions of stations and installations for the control of environmental pollution.
The aim of the specialization in Chemical Engineering of Organic Compounds, Petrochemistry and Carbochemistry is to prepare specialists in the field of basic organic industries and fine organic synthesis, but also biotechnologies and polymer chemistry, intended to manage chemical processes, to operate chemical plants and to analyse chemical products within a large number of chemical industry branches. The future specialists will also be aware of fundamental concepts and have knowledge concerning research, technological development and design of chemical processes. They are expected to be able to work in connected fields like food chemistry, polymer science and pharmaceutical chemistry.
The professional competencies offered by this specialization are:
a) Description, analysis and application of the basic concepts and theories from engineering science;
b) Description, analysis and application of the basic concepts and theories of chemistry and chemical engineering;
c) Processes and systems operation applying the knowledge from chemical engineering field;
d) Description, analysis and use of the basic concepts of structure and reactivity of organic compounds;
e) Operation of the plant equipment and analytical methods specific for organic chemical technologies
The Bachelor in Chemical Engineering is a 4-year full-time study programme taught in Romanian. Applicants unfamiliar with the language start by learning Romanian for a year (a list of 25 universities offering specialised courses according to the future field of study is available on request) and then proceed to the actual bachelor in chemical engineering.
The close cooperation with other universities and companies from Romania and abroad generates internship opportunities, student exchanges, research contracts, and a high employability of graduates.
Tuition fees, scholarships and deadlines
- Citizens of the European Union, EEA (Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway) and the Swiss Confederation: 3600 RON (approx. 800 EUR)/ academic year
- Citizens of all other countries: 2430 EUR/ academic year
A list of scholarship programmes for prospective and current students is available on request.
- Citizens of the European Union, EEA (Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway) and the Swiss Confederation: first round of registrations between July 17th and July 25th, 2017; the second round of registrations between September 4th and 8th.
- Citizens of other countries: application deadline on July 30th
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Last updated January 29, 2018