|University website:||Chemical Engineering|
|Annual tuition (EEA)||1,000 EUR|
|Annual tuition (non-EEA)||2,430 EUR|
The Bachelor program of Chemical Engineering aims at providing graduates with competencies and skills according to the European Qualifications Framework regarding the area of Chemical Engineering.
A series of optional classes offer knowledge on polymer science (synthesis, characterization, processing, materials and biomaterials) or organic chemistry (natural products, catalysis, tensioactive compounds, dyes).
Graduates can work in all areas of chemistry and chemical engineering, such as: research, manufacture, petrochemistry, organic chemistry, rubber industry, plastics industry, cosmetics, paints, environmental protection, polymer recycling, biomaterials, etc.
This program receives incoming Erasmus+ for one semester or an entire year.
There are many partnerships with various research and production companies where students can do internships.
The university research centers offer students and graduates the possibility of participating in research activities. For example, the Center for Advanced Research on New Materials, Products and Innovative Processes - CAMPUS, integrates several labs equipped at European standards, that cover various scientific areas. The Advanced Polymer Materials Group (APMG), as part of the Faculty of Applied Chemistry and Materials Science dedicates a lot of research to the field of Polymer Science and Engineering.