Master in Process Engineering
Offenburg University 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 Process Engineering (MPE) is organized jointly by Offenburg University and the University of Warmia and Mazury (UWM) in Olsztyn - a traditional university with a strong focus on research in Poland.
In three semesters, the MPE program equips students with advanced knowledge in chemical and thermal process engineering, biotechnology or food technology. Additionally, they receive training in the intercultural competencies that are essential qualifications in process engineering's increasingly multicultural environment.
The winter semester takes place in Offenburg and the summer semester in Olsztyn/Poland. The Master's Thesis can be written either at one of the participating universities or externally in a suitable company or institute.
Program at a Glance
Degree: Master of Science (M.Sc.)
Language of instruction: English
Duration of program: 3 semesters
Beginning of study program: Winter semester (summer semester only for students not requiring visa)
Application deadline: March 31
Tuition and fees
Fees per semester:
- € 1500 state tuition fee for non-EU citizens (exemptions see below)
- € 650 state tuition fee for a second degree (only for EU citizens who already obtained a master's degree from a German university)
- € 150 service contribution for EU citizens and other students exempted from the state tuition fees
- € 134 administration fees
Above-average Bachelor’s degree in process engineering or related area, such as biotechnology, environmental engineering, or chemical engineering, TOEFL iBT 79 or IELTS 6.0, APS (only for applicants from China and Vietnam)
Internship: Internship or professional experience preferred
Selection procedure: Yes
ECTS: 90 credits
About the School
Founded in 1964, as a "National School of Engineering," Offenburg University of Applied Sciences quickly established itself as a high-performance educational institution with a practical orientation. ... Read More