Faculty of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering
Being a peak component of the scientific research at Babes-Bolyai University, the Faculty of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering has dedicated its activity which spans over eight decades to both teaching and research, both resulting in outstanding academic and scientific achievements.
By developing strong international relationships and exchanges, by cultivating cooperation projects with other universities and European or American institutes, the faculty is continuously expanding its scientific cooperation and exchange of students and teachers; it is a well-known fact that chemistry is one of the most "internationalized" areas of science education and research at the onset of the third millennium.
We take pride in our readiness and traditional Transylvanian hospitality to academic collaborations with both academics and researchers and students at home and abroad. The Faculty of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering from Cluj-Napoca welcomes you!
Chemical Engineering Field
- Specialisation FOOD CHEMISTRY AND BIOCHEMICAL TECHNOLOGIES , (4 years, full time) in Romanian
- Specialisation BIOCHEMICAL ENGINEERING (4 years, full time) in Romanian
- Specialisation ENGINEERING AND INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY OF CHEMICAL AND BIOCHEMICAL PROCESSES (4 years, full time) in Romanian
- Specialisation SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING OF OXIDE MATERIALS AND NANOMATERIALS (4 years, full time) in Romanian
- Specialisation ENGINEERING OF INORGANIC SUBSTANCES AND ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION (4 years, full time) in Romanian
- Specialisation CHEMISTRY AND ENGINEERING OF ORGANIC SUBSTANCES, PETROCHEMISTRY AND CARBOCHEMISTRY (4 years, full time) in Romanian and Hungarian
- Specialisation CHEMISTRY (3 years, full time) in Romanian and Hungarian
- Multiple choice test accounting for 20% of the final score, upon choice from:
- Inorganic Chemistry
- Organic Chemistry
- Mathematics - Algebra
- Score of the baccalaureate exam - 80%
- Upon request of the candidate the grade obtained in the "Candin Liteanu" competition can replace the admission grade.
- Admission score = 0.2 x admission test grade + 0.8 x baccalaureate exam average