Master in Process Engineering

Offenburg University

Program Description

Master in Process Engineering

Offenburg University

Master in Process Engineering

Offenburg University of Applied Sciences enjoys an excellent reputation and consistently high ratings in nationwide rankings. Offenburg is a smaller university, and hence students benefit from the advantages of a manageable educational facility with personal attention from instructors. Offenburg University also offers comprehensive services and close integration with the regional economy. The Master's program of Process Engineering (MPE) is organized jointly by Offenburg University and the University of Warmia and Mazury (UWM) in Olsztyn, Poland. In three semesters, the MPE program equips students with an advanced knowledge in chemical and thermal process engineering and biotechnology. Additionally, they receive intercultural training, a highly essential qualification in process engineering's increasingly multicultural environment UWM in Olsztyn is a traditional university with a strong focus on research. In 2005, the department of environmental biotechnology opened new laboratories to investigate:

Environmental impacts

• Toxicology (especially with regard to the fishing industry and landfills)

• Water and sludge treatment

• Genetic engineering

• Biopolymers and biofuels

The MPE program at Offenburg University of Applied Sciences provides a research oriented education that includes practical elements. Of particular interest to MPE students will be opportunities to gain practical experience in the following areas:

• Industrial microbiology (biopolymers, biofuel cells)

• Gasification, pyrolysis and combustion of biomass

• Production, purification and storage of biogas

• Increasing the stability of microbiological processes in biogas plants

• Effect-related environmental analysis 

Application prerequisites:

Above average Bachelor’s degree in process engineering or related area such as biotechnology, environmental engineering, or chemical engineering, TOEFL iBT 87 or IELTS 6.0, APS (for applicants from China and Vietnam)

Application deadline for the summer semester:

• September 30th (only possible for citizens of the European Union who don't need a visa to study in Germany and Poland)

Application deadline for the winter semester:

• for applicants who need visa: March 31st • for others: July 15th

This school offers programs in:
  • English

Last updated June 9, 2016
Duration & Price
This course is Campus based
Start Date
Start date
Oct. 2017
3 semesters
Full time
274 EUR
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March 31st 2017
Start date Oct. 2017
Germany Offenburg, Baden-Württemberg
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Duration 3 semesters
Price 274 EUR
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