Bachelors in chemistry and technologies for the environment and materials in University of bologna
The specific aim of this Degree Programme is to produce professional chemists with a good grounding in chemistry and with specific professional expertise within the chosen curriculum (Traditional and Innovative Materials, or Environment, Energy, Waste). This special curriculum sets out to train graduates to work in industrial chemistry at large, and especially in industries producing, processing or exploiting materials such metals, polymers, ceramics and composites. With such expertise graduates may also work in monitoring and technological development laboratories. Another aim of the degree programme of both curricula is to provide a solid scientific preparation in the basic and core subjects of chemistry, enabling the graduates to access to a second-cycle degree programme or to a first-level University Masters.
A secondary school diploma awarded after five years of study or a foreign qualification recognised as suitable, a good knowledge of the Italian language, both oral and written, logical reasoning abilities, knowledge and ability to apply the basics of mathematics, physics and experimental sciences, Documents giving evidence of the level of proficiency in the required language (minimum A2 level), Language of the entrance University (French, Greek or Italian), CV, Motivation Letter, Letter of recommendations, IELTS and TOEFL scores
Material science engineer, Environment manager, Lecturer
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