MSc in Chemical and Process Engineering (spec.: Green Technologies in Chemical Engineering)


Area of Studies

engineering, technology



Degree (in English)

Master of Science in Engineering

  • English
Course Duration

1,5 years

ECTS points



Faculty of Chemical and Process Engineering, Warsaw University of Technology

Application Deadline(s)

Application process for the February intake (summer semester) is from the middle of November till the middle of December. For specific information, please check: Admission to M.Sc. / How to Apply / Main page - WUT International Students Office (

Course Description

Course Profile

Study goals (graduate profile) – Upon completion of the Green Technologies in Chemical Engineering (GTCE) program, the graduates possess fundamental and practical knowledge of development, design and operation of modern chemical processes with particular focus on sustainability. They have proficiency in implementing chemical and physical processing of raw materials into useful forms of advanced market products while minimizing the environmental burden. In particular, the graduates:

have detailed knowledge of modern chemical equipment and processes, and have the ability to describe and mathematically model the course of such processes;

know the principles of designing industrial equipment and process plants, taking into account the mathematical analysis methods of process economy; 

know the basic methods of industrial process digitalization, can use computer-aided design methods (CAD/CFD) as well as plan and conduct research and development work using digitalized control and measurement systems;

know the novel technologies of process intensification and the principles of sustainable development in the industry, with particular focus on renewable feedstocks and renewable energy-based processing (green fuels, electrification);

are able to independently conduct and manage complex projects in process industry.

The acquired education allows the graduates to start independent work in the field of creating, modernizing, optimizing and implementing new processes in the chemical, petrochemical, pharmaceutical, food and cosmetic sectors. 

It also allows them to develop a managerial career or to pursue a scientific development path by joining a PhD program.

Education Requirements

Bachelor degree in chemical and process engineering or similar 

high score in subjects of topical fields 

good knowledge of English (appropriate certificate required –  B2 level) 


International Students Office
room 233, Main Building of WUT
Phone: +48 22 234 50 91, +48 22 234 6150, +48 22 234 1015
fax: +48 22 234 57 77


Warsaw University of Technology


pl. Politechniki 1
00-661 Warsaw, Poland

phone: +48 22 234 5091, +48 22 234 6150, +48 22 234 1015

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