Process Engineering

Masters of Science in Process Engineering

The Master program integrates in-​depth knowledge of core areas of process engineering such as biotechnology, particle technology, separations, transport and reaction processes with mathematics, computer science, physics, chemistry, and biology. The Master in Process Engineering prepares students to play a key role in the development of new materials, sustainable energy systems, technologies to mitigate climate change and to reduce pollution and processes for the food and pharmaceutical industries.
Duration of the program
Two years
Medium of Instruction
Admission criteria
  • Applicants should have successfully completed BSc. degree in Chemical Engineering
  • BSc. degree in non-chemical Engineering:- Food Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, industrial chemistry, Chemistry and related graduatesand Meet the general School Graduate Studies admission requirements.
Annual intake
25 students
Tuition fee
(2020/21 rate)
Contact person
Mequanint Demeke