Master's program Chemical Engineering

In the Master's degree program Chemical Engineering, you learn to come up with solutions for problems related to process and product technology. Education and research are closely integrated within this Master's program, which helps you stay abreast of the latest developments within the discipline. You become familiar with all the latest tools and technologies used by chemical engineers. You can define a personal study program that satisfies your own wishes and preferences.

Chemical engineer

As a chemical engineer you will be able to come up with technical solutions for problems and issues in relation to process and product technology. In finding these solutions, chemical engineers work closely with experts from other specializations, taking into account the related economical, social, environmental and ethical aspects.

Graduation options

The Chemical Engineering two-year Master's program offers you the opportunity to gain in-depth knowledge in one of the two Master's tracks within the program. When applying for the Master's program in Chemical Engineering you need to make a choice between one of the following tracks:  

  • Molecular Systems and Materials Chemistry
  • Chemical and Process Technology

You can find a more explicit description under Master's tracks. If you want to know what students do when they graduate, please find more information at after graduation.

NVAO accreditation

This program is legally recognized and accredited by the Accreditation Organisation of the Netherlands and Flanders (NVAO).

IChemE accreditation

The Master's track Chemical and Process Technology at Eindhoven University of Technology is awarded with the 'Internationally Accredited Degree' by The Institution of Chemical Engineers (IChemE). This demonstrates that our program is academically sound and industrially relevant.

Masters University Study Guide

The Master's program Chemical Engineering at Eindhoven University of Technology is rated as ‘top program’ in the Masters University Study Guide 2016, which means it is among the best in the Netherlands.