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Bachelor's Degree Programme Chemical and Process Engineering

Chemical and process engineering is a scientific field that deals with conversions that occur through mechanical, thermal or chemical processes. In practice, this means that without chemical and process engineering, no modern products could exist. In the interdisciplinary bachelor’s programme Chemical and Process Engineering at TU Graz, you will receive a broad basic education in the natural and engineering sciences.

Content

  • You acquire basic knowledge in the fields of mathematics, mechanics, chemistry, physics and biotechnology.
  • You learn the fundamentals of chemical and process engineering, for example, thermodynamics, fluid mechanics, heat transfer and mass and energy balances.
  • You deepen you knowledge of chemical and process engineering. Contents include: thermal separation processes, particle processing technology, reaction technology, paper-, pulp- and fiber technology and mass transfer.
  • You become familiar with the plant and process technologies, for example, with process simulation and electrical, measurement and control technologies.
  • You learn to present results effectively through reports and presentations.
  • Basically, you are the all-rounder in the field of engineering sciences.

For the individual courses, please see the Semester plan.

Source: Lunghammer - NAWI Graz
  • Duration of study: 6 semesters
  • ECTS credit points: 180
  • Academic degree: Bachelor of Science (BSc)
  • Language of instruction: German
    Some courses in English.
  • Admission procedure: none
  • Supplementary examination: Descriptive Geometry

Curriculum (in German)

Semester plan

Viktoria Kappacher, Source: Kappacher
Viktoria Kappacher,
bachelor's degree student in
Chemical and Process Engineering

I know all the students in my year. We all have different backgrounds and can easily help one another. If you don’t understand something, you can always find colleagues who can help explain it.

Career Options

Graduates can deepen their knowledge by pursuing an advanced Master’s Programme degree.

Chemical and process engineers work in

  • research and development,
  • planning and construction,
  • operation and production,
  • customer support and sales,
  • technical monitoring,
  • the construction and commission of industrial plants,
  • food and beverage industries,
  • paper and pulp industries,
  • plastics industries,
  • petrochemical industries,
  • chemical production,
  • pharmaceutical production,
  • biobased industries,
  • biotechnology,
  • plant engineering and
  • industrial environmental protection.

Admission Deadlines

WINTER SEMESTER 2017/18:

General admission period: 10 July to 5 September 2017

Additional admission period: 6 September to 30 November 2017

SUMMER SEMESTER 2018:

General admission period: 8 January to 5 February 2018

Additional admission period: 6 February to 30 April 2018


Further informationen on registration and admission


International degree programme applicants: admission and application deadlines

Information and Advice for Prospective Students

Graduates Can Pursue Master’s Degrees in the Following Programmes

EN: The language of instruction is English.