Chemical Engineering

Bachelor of Engineering (B.Eng.)

Jointly awarded by TUM and Singapore Institute of Technology (SIT), the Bachelor of Engineering with Honours in Chemical Engineering is a four-year degree program. This joint degree equips students with relevant Industry 4.0 skillsets to thrive in the local and global chemical industry.

TUM Asia

Eckdaten

Art des Studiums
  • Vollzeit
Regelstudienzeit
  • 8 (Vollzeit)
Credits Hauptstandorte
Art der Zulassung Beginn des Studiums
  • Sonstiges
Kosten Erforderlicher Sprachnachweis

Infos zum Studium

The new joint program will be the first and only course in Singapore to equip budding chemical engineers with relevant chemical Industry 4.0 skillsets, which aims to manufacture products through intelligent processes. These include digital value chain integration, seamless asset lifecycle management, and business-to-plant production control. Students in the additive manufacturing specialisation will learn 3D-printing design, formulation and engineering principles.

Please refer to the course structure here.

The language of instruction for this program is English.

This new program thus trains future chemical engineers to integrate digital systems with smart or additive manufacturing seamlessly and effectively.

INDUSTRY PROSPECTS (not limited to):

  • Petrochemical Industry    
  • Fine and Specialty Chemicals
  • Commodity Chemicals
  • Pharmaceutical Industry
  • Wastewater Management
  • Additive Manufacturing
  • Data Engineering

Bewerbung und Zulassung

WHAT ARE THE STEPS OF THE APPLICATION PROCESS?

  • To apply for the joint SIT– TUM bachelor degree programmes, you are to login to the application portal of our partner university (Singapore Institute of Technology, SIT),  available from mid-January to March every year.

WHAT ADMISSIONS REQUIREMENTS DO I NEED TO FULFILL?

FOR POLYTECHNIC DIPLOMA HOLDERS

A full-time diploma awarded by any one of the five local polytechnics are welcome to apply. In particular, applicants with a strong proficiency and interest in Mathematics and Physics are encouraged to apply.

FOR GCE ‘A’ LEVELS HOLDERS & INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS

Applicants who graduate with GCE ‘A’ Levels qualifications are eligible to apply for the Electronics & Data Engineering degree programme. Students with other qualifications (completed a formal 12-year education equivalent to A-Levels) are eligible to apply as well.

Subject Requirement(s):

  • A Level A/H2 Mathematics, and a A/H2 Science subject (Biology, Chemistry or Physics)
  • OR IB HL Mathematics, and a IB HL Science subject (Biology, Chemistry or Physics)
  • Obtained a pass in General Paper or Knowledge & Inquiry in the same sitting, while satisfying Mother Tongue Language* requirements.

 *GCE A Level/IB applicants need to fulfil the language requirements as stipulated by the German Higher Education System

 *GCE A Level applicants must have taken two language subjects, out of which one must be at H1 to fulfil the language requirements as stipulated by the German Higher Education System. If you have been exempted from taking MTL for your GCE A Level, you can retake the subject to fulfil the language requirements. For further enquiries on the language requirements, please contact TUM Asia Admission Office at admission(at)tum-asia.edu.sg.

For more information on the application procedure and required documents, please visit TUM Asia.

    For more information on the application procedure and required documents, please visit TUM Asia.

    To apply for the joint SIT– TUM bachelor degree programs, you are to login to the application portal of our partner university (Singapore Institute of Technology, SIT), available from mid-January to March every year.

    For more information please click here.

    The online application takes place through the TUM Asia online application portal.

    The Integrated Work Study Programme (IWSP) allows students to work full-time in a host company for eight months, blending theory and practice to obtain valuable industrial know-how. Students will have the opportunity to work with local or overseas companies that offer exposure to relevant fields such as chemistry, process, products, automation, and data analysis.

    Wie kann es nach dem Studiengang weitergehen?

    Graduates can look forward to careers in these areas:

    • Speciality Chemicals
    • Pharmaceutical
    • Petrochemicals
    • Environmental
    • Research
    • Additive Manufacturing
    • Data Engineering

    Job opportunities:

    • Chemical and Research Engineer
    • Process Engineer
    • Production Engineer
    • Quality Engineer
    • Research Associate

    Weiterführende Informationen

    Are there any overseas exchange opportunities in this programme?

    The compulsory three-week Overseas Immersion Programme (OIP) in Germany aims to widen students’ global outlook as they undertake projects in Germany to develop their interpersonal and technical skills, while exposing them to current industry challenges. Students may visit the main TUM campus, experience cross-cultural exchanges with German faculty and students, and learn industry best practices through educational site visits.

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