Special features of the PEET Master course are its variety and the different parties involved. Excellently equipped technical laboratories and institutes make sure the Master course maintains a practical focus. The following laboratories facilitate practical training which complements the lecture programme: Applied Chemistry/Chemical Process Engineering, Process Automation and Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Process Engineering and Thermal Process Engineering/Energy Technology. In this way, theoretical know-how is consolidated through practical examples. In the ”Institute of Mechanical and Thermal Operations”, for example, modern process simulation programmes (Aspen, Hysis, etc.) and other standard software products (Fluent, Mathcad, etc.) are tackled at a very high level. Another platform is an association at Bremerhaven University of Applied Sciences which promotes and supports its process engineering courses (”Förderkreis zur Förderung verfahrenstechnischer Studiengänge an der Hochschule Bremerhaven e.V.”). It is run by former and current students, professors and enterprises, as well as sponsors, and regards itself as a living process engineering network (http://peet.hs-bremerhaven.de).