21 Master's in Chemical Engineering, Process Technology

All important info for international students in Germany (2020/2021)

Updated: 05-30-2020 | Reading Time: 5 minutes

If you are interested in the field of Chemical Engineering or Process Technology, getting a Master’s degree from Germany is a good choice for various reasons. For example, many of the Master programs you can choose from are interdisciplinary, which allows you to acquire the broad level of expertise that is required in the international job market. Furthermore, there are many excellently equipped and highly specialized laboratories at German universities that allow students to translate their knowledge from theory to practice.

Browse your English-language program options in Chemical Engineering and Process Technology in the StudyFinder and you will find a great selection of courses available.

Overview

21

Master's in English

18

Universities

7

Universities in International Rankings

Tuition Fees

Minimum:

0,- € (19 programs for EU citizens, 17 programs for Non-EU)

Maximum:

4,750 € per semester (1 program for EU citizens/Non-EU)

Application Deadline

Winter Semester

between May 31 and April 30

Summer Semester

between May 31 and March 15

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Top-ranked German Universities in Chemical Engineering, Process Technology

#43Times Higher Education Ranking
Technical University of Munich

public Technical University

No. of Students: approx.41,000 students

Program Fees: 0,- € (per semester)

Shanghai Ranking #57, QS World University Rankings #61

Tuition fees

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17
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1
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Application & Admission

Application Deadlines

Winter Semester 2020/2021

Summer Semester 2020

Open Programs

15 Programs open for application

2 Programs open for application

Application Requirements

Master degrees in Chemical Engineering or Process Technology typically admit students who can demonstrate that they obtained knowledge in relevant subjects throughout their first academic degrees To be admitted, you may have demonstrated completion of courses in Math, Physics, Chemistry, Thermodynamics and relevant courses in Engineering. For most programs, entrance tests or interviews are not part of the admission process, students must simply submit required documents (first degree certificate and a transcript of records). These typically include your CV, a letter of motivation and sometimes letters of reference. Additionally, you will have to prove your English language abilities with a language certificate.

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Application Modes

Application Modes

0% national admission restriction (national NC)
14.3% local admission restriction (local NC)
42.9% no admission restriction
42.8% no information provided

Application Process

Application Process

52.4% directly at University
47.6% via Uni-Assist

Language Requirements

IELTS Band

TOEFL Scores

Cambridge Levels

Minimum

5 (1 program)

Minimum

72 (1 program)

Minimum

0 (16 programs)

Maximum

7 (1 program)

Maximum

95 (1 program)

Maximum

0 (16 programs)

IELTS Band

Minimum

5 (1 program)

Maximum

7 (1 program)

TOEFL Scores

Minimum

72 (1 program)

Maximum

95 (1 program)

Cambridge Levels

Minimum

0 (16 programs)

Maximum

0 (16 programs)

Program Features

3 - 4 semesters

Duration
Online Courses
degree typesDegree Types

Master of Science

Master of Engineering

Beginning

Winter intake

42.9%

Summer intake

4.8%

Winter & Summer intake

52.4%

List of all German Universities offering English-taught Master's in Chemical Engineering, Process Technology

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Anhalt University of Applied Sciences

public University of applied sciences · No. of Students: 6,900

Program Fees: 469 € - 3,000 €

M.A. (Master of Arts)

M.Eng. (Master of Engineering)

M.Sc. (Master of Science)

Chemnitz University of Technology

public Technical University · No. of Students: 10,000

Program Fees: 0,- €

M.A. (Master of Arts)

M.Sc. (Master of Science)

FAU Erlangen-Nürnberg

public University · No. of Students: 38,000

Program Fees: 0,- €

M.Sc. (Master of Science)

M.A. (Master of Arts)

FH Münster University of Applied Sciences

public University of applied sciences · No. of Students: 15,000

Program Fees: 0,- €

M.A. (Master of Arts)

M.Sc. (Master of Science)

Hamburg University of Applied Sciences

public University of applied sciences · No. of Students: 17,000

Program Fees: 0,- €

M.Sc. (Master of Science)

MPH (Master of Public Health)

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