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Kaunas University of Technology Bachelor of Science in Chemical Technology and Engineering
Kaunas University of Technology

Bachelor of Science in Chemical Technology and Engineering

Kaunas, Lithuania

4 Years

English, Lithuanian

Full time

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Sep 2024

EUR 3,727 / per year

On-Campus

Introduction

Technology and innovation, it is safe to say, are the driving forces of the progress of humankind. However, this requires creative and well-versed engineering professionals. Professionals who understand more than just the terms “inorganic chemistry” or “organic chemistry”.

Why @KTU?

Are you interested in chemistry, innovation and technology, and are constantly thinking of original ideas? BSc in Chemical Technology and Engineering at KTU may be a perfect choice for you.

Bachelor in Chemical Technology and Engineering curriculum is designed to combine theoretical knowledge with technological skills, in-depth expertise of designing and carrying out industrial processes and laboratory practice.

Specialists in chemical engineering seek to create industrial innovations, design and manage technological systems. The growing needs of the society increase the demand for qualified chemical engineers in the job market who can analyse the chemical products, to expand knowledge and to form public opinion in the field of engineering. After completing these studies, you will be able to boast of such skills.

According to job market statistics, the employability of chemical engineers is among the highest – up to 70% of them are employed just after graduation.

  • The programme offers specialisations in the technology of inorganic materials or technology of organic materials
  • Contemporary labs with the newest equipment are available for the development of hands-on skills including those needed for modelling and designing processes while using software
  • Talented students can join an advanced study path of KTU GIFTed Community

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