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Masters Degrees in Chemistry, Austria

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In the master's degree programme Technical Chemistry at TU Graz, you put your chemical and technical knowledge into practice. Read more

In the master's degree programme Technical Chemistry at TU Graz, you put your chemical and technical knowledge into practice. Through the programme’s modular structure, you can choose individual specialisations to match your interests. Whether you improve construction materials, optimise chemical processes in industry or work on the further development of batteries and other possibilities for chemical energy conversion – after your master's degree programme, countless career opportunities in Austria and abroad will be open to you.

Angelina Eder, master's degree student in Technical Chemistry:

"Priority is given to improving and developing application-specific techniques. I particularly like the variety of topics and the application of practice-oriented problems in this degree programme."

Content

  • You deepen your knowledge of applied and technical chemistry and apply it in an interdisciplinary manner.
  • You specialise in a field of technical chemistry.
  • You learn the practical application of technical chemistry in industry and research.
  • You perform experiments in laboratories with modern equipment.
  • You assess the risks involved in handling substances and products and regarding processes.
  • You work on and interpret scientific problems independently – with individual supervision by teachers and researchers.
  • You conduct research and work independently and in a team, e.g. in laboratory courses, on projects and theses.
  • On funded study periods abroad, you improve your specialist English vocabulary and gain international research experience.
  • You carry out research projects with business partners and partner universities in Austria and abroad.
  • You present research results effectively.
  • You gain professional experience during traineeships or by working on your master’s thesis at renowned industrial partner institutions.

Specialisation Courses

  • Renewable Resources
  • Macromolecular Chemistry and Plastics Technology
  • Inorganic Substances and Electrochemistry

For the individual courses, please see the semester plan.

Career Options

Technical chemists work in the chemical industry and in industrial sectors where chemical processes are important, e.g. in material development, water resources management, environmental technology or waste management.

  • They develop and test new substances and materials.
  • They improve construction materials for the construction industry.
  • They work on new developments in the field of environmental technology, e.g. in recycling, plastics technology or pollutant containment.
  • They develop organic conductors and semiconductors for the IT sector.
  • They manage technical research projects in industry and business.


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The interdisciplinary master’s programme Chemical and Pharmaceutical Engineering at TU Graz connects the natural sciences of chemistry and pharmacy with the engineering field of chemical and process engineering. Read more

The interdisciplinary master’s programme Chemical and Pharmaceutical Engineering at TU Graz connects the natural sciences of chemistry and pharmacy with the engineering field of chemical and process engineering. In this one-of-a-kind study, you work together with internationally recognized lecturers in well-equipped laboratories. The study qualifies you to conduct high-quality national and international and to develop innovative chemical and pharmaceutical production systems for industry.

Klara Treusch, master's degree student in Chemical and Pharmaceutical Engineering:

"This master's programme is an interesting challenge for all who want to gain access to the chemical and pharmaceutical industries from the perspective of engineering technology. It opens doors to other fields of work, such as chemical and process engineering."

Compulsory Subjects

  • You become familiar with the most current theories, principles and methods in the engineering sciences.
  • You consider the economic and legal aspects of chemical and process engineering.
  • You deal with, for example, chemical engineering, particle process engineering, chemical thermodynamics and applied analytics.
  • You can specialize in the area of pharmaceutical process engineering.

Specialisation subjects

You may choose one of 2 areas of specialization:

CHEMICAL ENGINEERING

In this area specialization, you gain expertise in chemical and process engineering and learn about the mission of the chemical industries of the future – to develop sustainable and economical chemical processes.

PHARMACEUTICAL ENGINEERING

Intelligent pharmaceutical products will revolutionize medical care: Personalised products can be customized to fit the age, sex and lifestyle of individual patients. You learn ways to develop pharmaceutical products more quickly and reduce production costs.

Catalogues of elective courses

You may choose courses from the following catalogues of elective courses:

  • Chemical Engineering
  • Pharmaceutical Engineering
  • Technical Chemistry

During your studies, you will have the chance to improve and enhance your social and soft skills, for example, through project work, during lectures, while conducting written work and working in teams.

For the individual courses, please see the semester plan.



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Learning from nature for engineering - that is the goal of this international Master's degree program (MSc) taught in English. Nature offers a myriad of solutions to engineering problems. Read more
Learning from nature for engineering - that is the goal of this international Master's degree program (MSc) taught in English. Nature offers a myriad of solutions to engineering problems. Over the course of four semesters, this program focuses on the implementation of numerous nature-inspired innovations into new technologies and sustainable products and offers an exciting overview of all core areas of biomimetics.

The challenges that our bio-inspired engineering graduates will be equipped to face, will be as diverse as biomimetics itself. Potential occupational fields include, for example, applied research and development, technical biology, product development and construction, industry and product design, manufacturing engineering and automation technology, innovation management, and (business) consulting.

The bio-inspired engineering Master's program will enable talented and committed students to discover the riches of biomimetics and to use them to develop sustainable engineering solutions to benefit our society. The program ensures a transfer of knowledge from applied basic research to the creation of prototypes through the high proportion of practical exercises.

COURSE FOCUS POINTS
- 22% Biomimetics
- 17% Engineering principles for biomimetics
- 15% Biology for engineers
- 15% Specialization/Master’s thesis
- 13% Fablab & rapid prototyping
- 8% Science & innovation
- 6% 3D-Design & optimization
- 4% Analytics

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