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Degree number of credits: 90

Compulsory credits: 54

Elective credits: 9

Final project: 15

Work placements/Internships: 12

Degree code: 2261

Years: 2

Teaching type: face-to-face

Knowledge branch: Engineering and architecture

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Places available for new students: 30

Minimum number of enrolment credits per student: 36

Price per credit
[2023-2024 academic year]:
17,34 €

Management Centre: School of Engineering (ETSE)

Languages used in class: Spanish

Participating Universities: Universitat de València

Academic Coordinating Committee: Vicente Martínez Soria (Director)
Alberto Bouzas Blanco
Estela Lladosa López
Nuria Martí Ortega
Benjamín Solsona Espriu
Natalia Sánchez Montes (PAS)

Academic, scientific or professional interest: The interest of the Master’s Degree in Chemical Engineering lies in its academic, scientific and professional interest responding to the current social demand in this field and completes unambiguously the Master’s Degree in Chemical Engineering, allowing students to acquire the competencies that they don’t have acquired in the Undergraduate Degree studies. From the academic point of view the studies on Chemical Engineering are guaranteed by the most prestigious universities of the world, such as the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), California-Berkeley University, Stratford University, Cambridge University, University of Tokyo, Imperial College of London, Technische Universität München, or ETH of Zurich among other. In order to describe the quality standards and competencies of Chemical Engineering other organisations such as FEANI (Federation Européenne d’Associations Nacionales d’Ingenieurs), EFCE (European Federation of Chemical Engineers), ABET (Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology), CESARER (Conference of European Schools for Advanced Engineering Education and Research), clearly set out the need of two training levels related to the profession. From a social perspective chemical engineers are highly demanded professionals in all countries with a highly defined curriculum. The Master’ Degree in Chemical Engineering involves in one hand the deepening in the knowledge and competencies acquired in the Undergraduate Degree Studies and in the other hand should lead to a certain level of specialisation, which can have either an academic or professional nature for preparing the doctoral studies. All this confirms the academic, scientific, technical and professional interest of the Master’s Degree.

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