University of Technology
Chemical engineering
Technological sciences
Master's Programme
Mode of studies: 
full-time programme
4 semesters
Tuition fee: 
non EU/EFTA students 2000 EUR tuition fee per semester, EU/EFTA students no tuition fee
Degree awarded: 
Scholarships available: 
Based on merit
Application deadline: 
Friday, 10 July, 2020
Day of semester start: 
Thursday, 1 October, 2020
Credits (ECTS): 
Admission requirements: 

Requirements: Bachelor's or Bachelor of Engineering Degree in Chemistry or related domains. Each application is assessed individually on its merits. If in doubt, please contact the Admission Officer.
»» Deadline for application: Non EU/EFTA students see: www.admission.pwr.edu.pl; EU/EFTA; students see: www.rekrutacja.pwr.edu.pl
»»  English: Equivalent of minimum TOEFL IBT – 87 points or 6.5 points IELTS. List of accepted language certificates can be checked online
»» Application fee: Non EU/EFTA students see: www.admission.pwr.edu.pl; EU/EFTA students see: www.rekrutacja.pwr.edu.pl 

Field of study: Biotechnology
Specialization: Chemical Nano-Engineering
Erasmus Mundus Joint Master in "Chemical Nano- Engineering” is a two-year, 120 ECTS Master’s Programme which provides a broad multidisciplinary education in the emerging domain of nano-engineering, with strong specialization in chemistry and modelling of nano-objects. The graduates will have a double competence, experimental and numerical, in design, synthesis and applications of nano-systems. The Erasmus Mundus Joint Master Degree in "Chemical Nano-Engineering” is offered by the Consortium of three Universities: Aix-Marseille University in France, Wroclaw University of Science and Technology in Poland and University of Roma Tor Vergata in Italy. These universities have a long experience of common research projects and teaching collaborations in the framework of Erasmus program. They are providing an excellent environment for Nano- Engineering studies and opportunities for students to participate in research projects conducted by world-class researchers. Upon the completion of the two-year cycle, successful students will be awarded a Joint Master degree. In addition, the CNE consortium furnishes a joint degree-supplement providing a description of the nature and level of the program followed. The language of the CNE Master is English. The consortium offers an innovative and integrated programme, based on a jointly developed curriculum and composed of lectures fully recognized by all consortium partners. The first semester is in Marseille, at Aix-Marseille University, where the students learn the basics and fundamental background of chemistry, then they study more engineering at Wroclaw University of Science and Technology and applications of complex nano-systems at University of Rome Tor Vergata. The programme is focused on the methodology of bottom-up designing nano-systems and using modelling to design chemical synthesis at the nano-scale. Our pedagogical, scientific and engineering goals are focused on tools (chemical synthesis, characterization and numerical design of nano-objects) with potential application in nano-medicine and nano-machines. The development of the principal subjects builds the student competences as future nano-engineering experts. The traditional materials science courses have been adapted for the presentation of the macro towards nano evolutions of materials properties. Applicants must have a Bachelor’s degree in Chemistry, Chemical Engineering, Physics or Materials Science, with a good back-ground in mathematics and chemistry. The graduates will be well prepared for both continued research in nano-engineering, as Ph.D. students or R&D associates in industrial laboratories in the rapidly emerging nanotechnology industry.
» Nano-Electrochemistry 
» Solid State Chemistry and Nanomaterials 
» Organic Chemistry of Nanomaterials 
» Basic Quantum Chemistry Modelling 
» Computational Modelling of Nano-Systems 
» Thermodynamics of Materials-Interactions and Surface Forces 
» Nano-engineering Seminar + Project 
» Language (English) C2 
» Structure and Crystallography of Solids 
» Synthesis and Fabrication of Nano-engineering Systems 
» Fabrication of Smart Polymers 
» Engineering of Nano-machines 
» Bio-photonics 
» Biomaterials-Biomedical Devices 
» Nanostructures in Industrial and Numerical Applications 
» Economics and Management 
» Nano-engineering Seminar + Project
» Nanoscale Synthesis Methods 
» Macromolecular and Supramolecular Chemistry 
» Characterization of Nano-engineering Systems 
» Nanoscale Energy Technology, Nano-sensors and Microfluidics 
» OPTION A: Chemistry 
» NMR of Nano-systems 
» Structural and Function Properties of Biopolymers 
» OPTION B: Modelling 
» Nanoscale Structural Transformations and Kinetics 
» Probability and Statistical Methods for Modelling Engineers 
» Nano-engineering Seminar + Project 
» Language (English) C2 
» Master's Thesis
The graduate has extended knowledge of mathematics, natural sciences and technical skills: professional solving of problems in the field of chemical engineering, conducts advanced research experiments, proposes and optimizes new solutions and independently analyses problems related to chemical and process engineering. The graduates are prepared for creative work in the design and operation of processes in the chemical industry. The graduate is prepared to run the own business.