Das Studium "Chemical and Energy Engineering" an der staatlichen "Uni Magdeburg" hat eine Regelstudienzeit von 4 Semestern und endet mit dem Abschluss "Master of Science". Der Standort des Studiums ist Magdeburg. Das Studium wird als Vollzeitstudium angeboten. Insgesamt wurde das Studium bisher 11 Mal bewertet. Dabei hat es im Durchschnitt 4.5 Sterne erhalten und liegt somit über dem Bewertungsdurchschnitt der Universität (3.9 Sterne, 766 Bewertungen im Rating). Besonders gut wurden die Kategorien Bibliothek, Studieninhalte und Lehrveranstaltungen bewertet.
Since I'm from a Chemistry background this course is a perfect choice for me. The course overall is a bit difficult but the professors made it easy for us through the way of teaching.
And also the laboratory practicals helps us to improve our experimental skills as well.
Being a Mechanical engineer in Bachelor's and shifting to Chemical and energy engineering in Masters is a whole new shift. It took me too much time to adjust to the course as well the education system here. I am still trying to figure it out but that doesn't have to do anything with course structure,it is apt the way it is.
As I was from mechanical engineering background initially was struggling,but afterwards I found the chemical part is much related with what I go through in my higher secondaries.
The laboratory works is completely different way as that I experienced in India,each student get chance to actively invovling and the pre exams conducting enhances the knowledge prior to that.But I think it was better if all facilities provide clear cut notes...Erfahrungsbericht weiterlesen
For me that’s a best thing about the course that it contains core engineering subjects which I am genuinely interested in.
Other than completing mandatory subjects This is course gives you flexibility to choose out of many elective subjects , by which you can shape your interest and eventually choose your professional path. - best thing is it kind of gives you wide verity of opportunities based on your interest.
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