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Applied Natural Sciences, Department

Fachbereich Chemie und Biotechnologie at the FH Aachen/Jülich

  • Heinrich-Mußmann-Straße 1
  • 52428 Jülich
  • Phone: +49 241 6009-53749
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Chemical Engineering

Interdisciplinary Applied Natural Sciences

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  • Special features regarding teaching
    The teaching is very practice-oriented and the proportion of practicals is high. Exercises and practicals are held in small groups in a stimulating learning atmosphere. Direct contact with teaching staff is always possible. All degree courses include practical phases or an optional practical semester or semester abroad can be integrated. 90 % of final dissertations are carried out externally in cooperation with industrial partners or research institutions.
  • Special features regarding the international orientation
    The department offers international degree courses such as the bachelor’s degree in Applied Chemistry and the master's degree in Nuclear Applications. Most degree courses offer the option of a semester abroad or the final dissertation can be written abroad; here, the existing partnerships with universities in Sweden or Indonesia, among others, can be benefited from. English-language modules are offered in some degree courses to help students improve their language skills. The optional elective range also includes a wide variety of languages.
  • Special features regarding the equipment
    The department's laboratories, which were newly equipped when the new building on the Jülich campus in 2010 was built, are fitted with modern, state-of-the-art technology.
  • Special features regarding research and development
    The department's key research areas are as follows: Industrial biotechnology, use of renewable raw materials, polymer and plastics technology, radiochemistry and environmental chemistry. Students can participate in research projects as part of course projects or final dissertations, or as student assistants.
  • Further information on research activities
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(BT)= Biotechnology (CE)= Chemical Engineering (IntNatSci)= Interdisciplinary Applied Natural Sciences (IntDiscip)= very interdisciplinary and thus not classified;
As the ranking is done for the whole subject area, for the single "sub-subjects" it can happen that not all rank groups are represented in all criteria.
Last update 2022: Data collected by the CHE Center for Higher Education.
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