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Process Engineering and Energy Technology Master of Science

Process Engineering and Energy Technology

Process engineering and energy technology is of paramount importance for our society, as it provides answers to vital questions: How can we replace fossil fuels by renewable raw materials? How does seawater become drinking water? How can polluted exhaust emissions be turned into climate-compatible, environmentally friendly exhaust air? Overall, process engineering investigates and develops technical processes that convert substances according to their properties and composition into usable intermediate and end products using chemical, physical or biological means. It also includes the development, construction and maintenance of the necessary apparatuses and equipment. The master's programme in Process Engineering and Energy Technology (PEET) offers graduates of relevant bachelor's programmes (e.g. bioengineering, chemical engineering or process engineering) a more advanced level of qualification.

Why choose this programme

  • High practical relevance

    Application and expansion of theoretical knowledge in very well-equipped laboratories and in direct cooperation with research institutions
  • International Orientation

    English-language study programme with many international students
  • Close contact with teachers

    Direct supervision by professors and academic staff

Your future after graduation

Activities, research and professional profile

The constantly increasing demands on variety, quality and quantity of process engineering products and the need for ever-greater economic efficiency create interesting engineering tasks in research and practice. Process engineering will continue to face fascinating challenges in the future when it comes to setting up even more resource-saving, environmentally friendly and safe plants and equipment for the production of marketable products. Process engineers are increasingly working in an international environment, so to face these challenges, they work on promising solutions in interdisciplinary teams.
The international master's programme in Process Engineering and Energy Technology at Bremerhaven University of Applied Sciences takes all of these criteria into account. Graduates have the opportunity to enter a senior civil service career in the public sector or a senior management position in production and development in the private sector. The master's degree also qualifies students to move on to a doctoral thesis.

Facts about the study programme

  • Degree of Studies

    Master of Science
  • Study Form

    Full-time study
  • Term of Admission

    with admission conditions
  • Term of Admission

    winter and summer term
  • Main Course Language

    100% English
  • Standard Period of Study

    3 Semester

Entering to future Process Engineering and Energy Technology with Process Engineering and Energy Technology

Process engineering and energy technology intersects the disciplines of mechanical engineering, chemistry and biology. Its interdisciplinary nature opens up a wide scope of professional fields of activity in production, research and development, the materials conversion industry, and plant/apparatus construction, as well as with evaluating and assessment organisations or engineering service providers. Students learn individual basic operations and how to combine and integrate them into complete systems. There is more to this field than just the scientific and technical dimensions. Economic and ecological sustainability are of also of decisive importance for manufacturing processes and the goods produced, not to mention compliance with the regulatory requirements. Consequently, process engineering is also indispensable for the structuring and further development of climate and environmental protection and of materials and energy efficiency.

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Process Engineering and Energy Technology

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