Combing Engineering and Chemistry
The Bachelor of Chemical Engineering from University of Groningen is not just studying chemical reactions in a lab, but chemistry and chemical processes on a large scale in factories or creating new products.
The benefit of taking a degree at University of Groningen is that students can study chemistry and chemical engineering simultaneously if a student is unsure which area they want to pursue and can switch later on in the programme.
Many graduates of the Bachelor of Chemical Engineering find career opportunities in the:
- Oil industry
- Chemical Industry
- Food processing industry
- Pharmaceuticals industry
- Environmental industry
Admission requirements for the Bachelor in Chemical Engineering at University of Groningen:
- Pre-University degree with math, chemistry and physics
- Proficient in English- Proven with a test
For more detailed information about admission requirements fill out an Information Request form.
Scholarships are available to students at University of Groningen based on academic, country of origin, selection of programme, and more.
Tuition costs for the Bachelor in Chemical Engineering at University of Groningen:
- EU students €1,800/year
- Non- EU students €10,000/ year
For more information about tuition and scholarships to see if you qualify, fill out an Information Request form.
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