Views:

Blending Chemistry with Engineering knowledge, the Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering programme is conferred by the Technical University of Munich (TUM), offered in partnership with Singapore Institute of Technology.

Rankings for TUM’s Chemistry faculty:

  • #1 Chemistry faculty among all German universities
  • Placed thirteenth (13) worldwide (Academic Ranking of World Universities 2015)
  • Produced 6 Nobel Prize winners to date

This degree programme is largely focused on industrial chemistry, dealing with more upstream processes of Chemical Engineering.

Students will be exposed to the development and design of chemical processes. A strong focus is placed on the fundamentals of inorganic and organic chemistry to provide novel solutions to the petrochemical, pharmaceutical and environmental industries.

“We learnt many new concepts not previously taught to us in our pre-university studies. Classes at TUM boast of a small class size so we are able to have our questions answered very quickly, helping us to learn better. The subjects are built around industry relevance as well, which is beneficial to our learning.”
Aaron Jeremiah (Graduate, BSc in Chemical Engineering)