PhD in Chemical Engineering and Technology

General

Program Description

Program Description & Objectives

Through Chemical Engineering and Technology, you will understand and grasp the knowledge of the fundamentals and specialty of chemical engineering. You will grasp knowledge in relation to Oil & Gas processing and refining, Chemical enhancement of production bio-chemical processing. Students also will develop the ability to independently conduct research and be able to apply the knowledge to solve problems in theory and technology of chemical engineering.

Core Courses

  • Catalytic Chemistry
  • Separation Process & Technologies
  • Chemical Reaction Engineering
  • Colloid and Interface Chemistry

Research Areas

  • Process Reinforcement and Equipment
  • Oil Field Chemistry and Engineering
  • Petroleum and Natural Gas Chemistry
  • Oil and Gas Processing Technology and Engineering
  • New Materials and Catalyst Engineering
  • Biological and Environmental Chemical Engineering
  • New Energy Chemical Engineering

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Graduation & Degree Requirements

  • Study time: 4 years.

Credit Requirements

  • Minimum credits: 16

Tuition

  • 36,000 RMB/Year

Language Requirements

HSK 5 with at least 180 marks for applicants of the Chinese language program

Application Deadline & Course Start Date

Applications open from October to May 30th for postgraduate studies. Degree programs all start in September. We advise students to apply 3 months before the deadline in order to have ample time to prepare all the necessary materials, apply for scholarships and look for supervisors.

Last updated November 2019

About the School

China University of Petroleum (CUPB) was founded in 1953, nominated as one of the key national universities in 1960, and is a ‘211’ national universities under administration of the Ministry of Educat ... Read More

China University of Petroleum (CUPB) was founded in 1953, nominated as one of the key national universities in 1960, and is a ‘211’ national universities under administration of the Ministry of Education. Read less