The two-year programme focuses on Product Engineering. It is divided into two major parts. The first year mainly comprises course work while in the second year you will complete an internship. Your final research project is the last step in fulfilling all the requirements for obtaining the degree. The teaching methods are exciting: your digital assistant NESTOR will guide you, administrate your timetable, provide feedback on homework, inform you of your results and review your lecture notes. Mathcad is used in all courses to solve engineering problems.
Chemical engineers from the University of Groningen are known for their flexibility and all-round skills. They make careers all over Europe in major companies including Corus, DSM, Akzo Nobel or Philips. Major IT companies are also keen to recruit graduates from Groningen. Job possibilities in the region are expanding rapidly. Groningen is incubating new industry and there is a high demand for well-trained new staff. Research positions at the University of Groningen are also available.
A Bachelor’s degree in Chemistry or Chemical Engineering.
If you have a foreign Bachelor’s degree in Chemical Engineering or a different degree, the Admissions Board will decide whether or not you can be admitted to the Master’s programme.
Master Chemical Engineering