TU Delft’s MSc programme in Chemical Engineering trains engineers to handle the entire process of innovative thinking from molecules to reactor, design, and manufacturing. Delft graduates are broadly educated, highly employable and today work all over the world in a great variety of functions in almost all branches of industry: in management, design, research and development.
New developments in the field of Chemical Engineering have resulted into more molecular oriented research in the domain of NanoChemical Engineering. In the coming decade this accent will be more pronounced and will develop itself to a new domain, ‘nanochemical engineering,’ in which the link between molecular scale and product/process scale – including the re-use of the molecules – will be the focal point.
Coursework includes product & process engineering, catalysis engineering, nanostructured materials, materials energy conversion & storage, self assembling systems, opto-electronic materials, nano-organic chemistry, radiation chemistry and multiphase systems. Students learn to solve multidisciplinary problems by the systematic approach, and by taking responsibility with regard to sustainability, economics and social welfare.
Students choose one of the following tracks: - Molecular Engineering - Nuclear Science & Engineering - Process Engineering.
Theoretical coursework including both core and elective classes comprises approximately ¼ of the programme. These courses are equally distributed into the following categories: Chemical Engineering Core consisting of the courses (Applied Numerical Mathematics, Molecular Thermodynamics, and Molecular Transport Phenomena), track-specific courses and electives.
Students participate in an internship within industry and a conceptual product/process design course and project. Research within the department and MSc thesis work make up the final ¼ of the programme.
Faculty scholarship are available for excellent students. www.tnw.tudelft.nl/msc
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