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  6. Fakultät Naturwissenschaften
  7. Food Chemistry (M.Sc.)
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2019 / 20
CHE University Ranking
 
Mechanical / Materials / Process Engineering, Degree course

Food Chemistry (M.Sc.)


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General facts

Type of degree course presence learning programme, full-time
Standard period of study 4 semesters
Total credits 120
Teaching profile no data
Subject orientation Chemical Engineering
Practical elements in the degree course 10 ECTS max. permissible for practice-oriented courses

Students and graduations

Number of students 45
First-year students per year 21
Graduates per year 10
Graduations in appropriate time not calculated because <10 graduates in one of the years surveyed
Study duration (median) 5.0 semesters
Gender balance 16:84 [%m:%f]

International orientation

Proportion of international students 2.0 %
Proportion of foreign language courses 25.0 %
Combined study programme with foreign HEI no
International orientation: Students mobility 0/2 points
International orientation: Share in foreign language 2/3 points
International orientation of the degree course 3/9 points

Admission

Mode of admission limited number of places, 25 places

Job market- and career-orientation

Contact with work environment: Internships 0/4 points
Contact with work environment: Case studies 2/3 points
Contact with work environment: External staff members 1/2 points
Contact with work environment: Theses in cooperation with work environment 0/2 points
Contact with work environment 3/11 Points

More Information on the department and the university

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Last update 2019: Data collected by the CHE Center for Higher Education, Germany.
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