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Tuition fee €3,080 per year
Application fee $165 one-time
Deposit €500 one-time

Refundable

Registration fee €100 one-time

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– Consultations for selection of HEI
– Migration & visa consultation
– Registration in the Baltic Center database
HEI admission documents’ check
– General testing for all Baltic Center HEIs – Admission Examination
– Student’s admission to HEI, maximum 3 registrations per one fee.
& In case of HEI change at the request of a student, after the admission letter receiving from HEI, a transfer to another HEI is for an extra cost.
– Documents’ arrangement for the payments to HEI
– Bonus – on the written application of a student, preparation and transfer of the invitation for the embassy.
& The period of preparation from week to two months

Overview

FACULTY OF MATERIEL SCIENCE AND APPLIED CHEMISTRY
Program envisages basic theoretical education in chemistry and chemical engineering, acquisition of practical skills in teaching and research laboratories, as well as practice in specialty.

Program includes specialization in different directions of chemical technology:

-Biologically active compounds and their dosage forms;
-Chemistry and technology of biomaterials;
-Chemistry and technology of polymer materials;
-Chemistry and technology of silicate materials;
-Environmental engineering;
-General chemical technology.

Simultaneously to theoretical studies during elaboration of Bachelor thesis and within specialty subjects student acquires research methods and technique, as well as can obtain practical skills at enterprise.

Study program trains specialists for enterprises dealing with processing and manufacturing chemistry, biotechnology and pharmaceutical products, food, cosmetics, fuel, wood, ceramics, textile and building materials, as well as specialists for corresponding research and quality control laboratories, research institutions and commercial companies.
Education in chemical engineering let to work in enterprises of different branches, where specialists in engineering sciences – who can manage chemical processes, can ensure quality, are capable to develop new methods and equipment, are able to create, to design and to introduce new innovative technologies – are needed. Such knowledge is necessary to work in testing, quality control and research laboratories of different products and materials. Graduates intended to research are prepared for further studies in master programs.

The goal of studies program is to provide a theoretical knowledge, research skills and proficiency in chemistry and chemical engineering, to prepare graduates for independent work at enterprises dealing with organization and control of chemical processes, ensuring quality of materials and products in field of chemical engineering, chemistry and material science.

Programme structure

A Compulsory courses 125.0 / 187.5

DIP101 Computer Studies (basic course) 3.0 4.5
ĶOS101 Introduction to Study Field 1.0 1.5
ĶVĶ113 General chemistry (advanced course) 10.0 15.0
MFA107 Physics 8.0 2.0
DDM101 Mathematics 9.0 13.5
ĶVT106 Introduction to Chemical Engineering 2.0 3.0
IET105 Economics 3.0 4.5
BTG131 Descriptive Geometry and Engineering Graphics 2.0 3.0
ĶPI103 Basics of Materials Science 2.0 3.0
DIM206 Engineering Mathematics (for chemical engineers) 4.0 6.0
ĶNF202 Analytical Chemistry (basic course) 4.0 6.0
ĶOĶ221 Organic Chemistry (basic course) 5.0 7.5
ĶNF201 Inorganic Chemistry (basic course) 5.0 7.5
IUV101 Fundamentals of Law 2.0 3.0
ĶNF285 Physical Chemistry (basic course) 6.0 9.0
ĶOĶ222 Organic Chemistry (special course) 6.0 9.0
ĶNF293 Inorganic Chemistry (advanced) 4.0 6.0
ĶVT204 Fluid Flow, Heat and Mass Transfer 6.0 9.0
ĶNF301 Physical Chemistry (advanced course) 6.0 9.0
ĶVĶ360 Chromatography 2.0 3.0
ĶNF300 Analytical Chemistry (Instrumental methods) 2.0 3.0
ĶVT310 Chemical Reaction Engineering 3.0 4.5
ĶOS311 Management of Chemicals 2.0 3.0
ĶOĶ315 Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy 3.0 4.5
ĶVT351 Unit Operation of Chemical Engineering 7 10.5
ĶVĶ306 Industrial Organic Chemistry 2.0 3.0
ĶVT312 Chemical Process Modeling 3.0 4.5
ĶTF302 Chemistry Informatics 2.0 3.0
ĶVĶ410 UV-visible, near- and far-infrared spectroscopy 4.0 6.0
ĶST411 Physical Methods of Investigation of Materials 2.0 3.0
ĶST305 Crystallography 2.0 3.0
ĶOS702 Biological Chemistry 2.0 3.0
ICA301 Civil Defence 1.0 1.5
B Compulsory elective study courses 21

B1 Field-specific study course 15


ĶST562 Bioceramics and Technology 3.0 4.5
ĶVT704 Functional Application of Biomaterials 3.0 4.5
ĶST561 Basis of Biomaterial Technology 3.0 4.5
ĶST552 Chemistry and Technology of Building Ceramics 3.0 4.5
ĶPI319 Natural and Special Purpose Polymer Materials 3.0 4.5
ĶVT318 Fundamentals of Experimentation Theory 3.0 4.5
ĶVT408 Design and Analysis of Experimental Data 2.0 3.0
ĶOS300 Electron Flow in Organic Compounds 3.0 4.5
ĶVT508 Soil Treatment Technologies 2.0 3.0
ĶVT507 Groundwater Treatment Technologies 2.0 3.0
ĶST475 Chemistry of High Performance Glasses and Ceramics 3.0 4.5
ĶST305 Crystallography 2.0 3.0
ĶOĶ304 Quantum Chemistry 2.0 3.0
ĶNF302 Colloidal Chemistry 2.0 3.0
ĶPĶ308 High Molecular Compounds 2.0 3.0
ĶVT456 Mass Transfer Processes and Equipment 5.0 7.5
ĶST502 Biological Harmony and Bioactivity of Materials 3.0 4.5
ĶOS481 Methods of Organic Synthesis 3.0 4.5
ĶOĶ428 Physical Methods of the Investigation of Organic Compounds 3.0 4.5
ĶPI421 Physics and Chemistry of Polymers 5.0 7.5
ĶPI422 Technology of Polymer Materials 5.0 7.5
ĶPI502 Methods of Investigation of Polymers 4.0 6.0
ĶST554 Chemistry and Technology of Glass 3.0 4.5
ĶVT455 Heat Transfer Processes and Equipment 3.0 4.5
ĶST553 Chemistry and Technology of Fine Ceramics 3.0 4.5
ĶVT706 Fundamentals of Technological Design of Chemical Engineering 3.0 4.5
ĶVT501 Analysis of Process Flow Diagrams 4.0 6.0
ĶVT402 Environmental Engineering 8.0 12.0
ĶST495 General SilicateTechnology 3.0 4.5
ĶOS430 Chemistry Experiments and Demonstrations 2.0 3.0
ĶPI307 Fibre Materials 3.0 4.5
ĶST420 Introduction to Nanotechnology 2.0 3.0
ĶOS711 Practical placement in speciality 4.0 6.0
B2 Humanities and social sciences study courses 6.0


HSP377 General Sociology 2.0 3.0
IUV106 Business Communication 2.0 3.0
C Free elective study courses 4.0 / 6.0

E Final examination 10


ĶVĶ001 Bachelor Thesis 10.0 15.0
ĶST001 Bachelor Thesis 10.0 15.0
ĶVT001 Bachelor Thesis 10.0 15.0
ĶOĶ001 Bachelor Thesis 10.0 15.0
ĶOS001 Bachelor Thesis 10.0 15.0
MFB001 Bachelor Thesis 10.0 15.0
ĶPĶ001 Bachelor Thesis 10.0 15.0

Career opportunities

CAREER OPTIONS
Specialist in chemical engineering elaborates corresponding methods, equipment and technologies to approbate, to implement, to organize and to ensure realization and management of chemical processes.

Such specialist designs projects of production units, technological lines and automatization of processes, elaborates management and monitoring methods of processes, as well as methods of quality control and conformity evaluation of products and materials, sets up measures for occupational safety and environmental protection, appraises production risks and makes responsible decisions; such specialist analyzes, evaluates, creates, spreads and implements in practice processes and technologies, as well as methods of quality management and improvement in order to promote technological development of enterprise, to increase effectiveness and quality of operation and to guarantee occupational safety.

Graduate can work as laboratory assistant or technologist at any enterprise dealing with realization of chemical or biotechnological processes, at research, testing and quality control laboratories, which are engaged in elaboration or quality control of new technologies, materials and products. Graduate can work as self-employed person or individual businessman, as well as laboratory assistant or research assistant at research institutions.

Apply now! Fall semester 2019/20
Application period has ended
Studies commence
Sep 1, 2019

Application deadlines apply to citizens of: United States