Chemical Technologies

Alumni of Chemical Technology Master of Science Program is a chemical engineer, who is able to analyze technical problems and suggest appropriate solutions, develop new technological processes, to simulate processes in the technological units and  optimize them. Graduates are holders of knowledge of manufacturing of chemical compounds and materials, are able to develop and control manufacturing processes and to solve technological, safety and ecological problems. They  may find employment in chemical production, petroleum industry, technical sales, environmental protection, commercial and industrial laboratories, R&D of modern environmentally friendly technologies.

Graduates acquire a theoretical and practical knowledge of fundamental inorganic and organic technologies including catalyzed processes, familiarize themselves with the synthesis and manufacture of special chemicals and petroleum products, learn to use advanced monitoring methods of raw materials and to analyse product quality.   He is able to control manufacturing processes, to use IT, communicate and present the results of his work for professionals on international level.



Prospects of graduates

Graduates find positions in the European chemical production plants, research institutes or universities. They also take up positions in consulting and design companies, as well as in commercial-technical organizations, both domestic and international. Given their acquired technical synthetic way of thinking, graduates may also find positions in other technical fields after further training. They can also continue in the post-graduate doctoral degree study programmes.

Guarantor: prof. Ing. Alexander Kaszonyi, PhD., e-mail: alexander.kaszonyi@stuba.sk



Information on the employment of graduates

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Conditions of admission

Podmienky prijatia nájdete na stránke Informácie pre uchádzačov o štúdium na FChPT v dokumente Ďalšie podmienky prijatia na štúdium inžinierskych študijných programov na Fakulte chemickej a potravinárskej technológie STU v Bratislave.



Conditions for international students

The tuition fee for study in English is 3500 EUR (http://www.stuba.sk/english/degree-students/legislation.html?page_id=2021)



Without entrance examinations
yes

Coordinator for students with specific needs

Mgr. Eva Danášová, eva.danasova@stuba.sk



Form of entrance exam

determined by the study programme's guarantor



  • Apply the application for study

    15.02.2021 - 31.05.2021

  • Submit additional application form

    01.06.2021 - 09.08.2021

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Anticipated number of applicants to be accepted
60


Current number of filed applications:
9


Additions
  • Bachelor diploma
  • kópiu dodatku k vysokoškolskému diplomu alebo kópiu výpisu absolvovaných predmetov s kreditovým hodnotením
  • kópiu potvrdenia o zaplatení poplatku za materiálne zabezpečenie prijímacieho konania


Annual tuition fees
Standard length of study: cost free
Study longer than the standard length of study program, parallel studies: 800 €

The fee for admission procedure
application form: 20 €
E-application form: 20 €

Billing information

Name of the Bank: Statna pokladnica
IBAN: SK7881800000007000081471
SWIFT: SPSRSKBA
Message for recipient: Surname, PK 2021/2022
Owner of the Account: FCHPT STU, Radlinskeho 9, 812 37 Bratislava, Slovakia

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Detail of the study program

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Responsibility for content: Ing. Ľuboš Čirka, PhD. – lubos.cirka@stuba.sk
Last update: 31.08.2021 02:54

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