News at Faculty of Chemistry and Technology

Vaccinated against COVID-19

Written by Antonia Plazonić Parađina on .

Dear students,

In accordance with the information received from the Public Health Institute, I would like to inform you that on Saturday 22.05.2021 you can get vaccinated against COVID-19 in next order:
Faculty of Science  8.00
University Department for Professional Studies 8.30
Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences 9.00
Faculty of Chemistry and Technology 9.30
Faculty of Law 10.00
Faculty of Kinesiology 10.15
Faculty of Maritime Studies 10.30
Faculty of Architecture, Civil Engineering and Geodesy 11.00
Faculty of Economics, Business and Tourism 11.30
Arts Academy 12.00
Catholic Faculty of Theology 12.15
University Department of Marine Studies 12.30
Faculty of Architecture, Civil Engineering and Geodesy 12.45
Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Electrical Engineering and Naval Architecture 13.00
Vaccinations are going to take place at Spaladium Arena (street Zrinsko-Frankopanska 211, Split)
You need to bring your European Health Insurance Card and your Passport or ID.
The vaccine is Comirnaty (Pfizer).
Students who had COVID-19 in the last 3 months will not be vaccinated.
Students who had COVID-19 in the last 3-6 months will get only one dose of the vaccination.
The others will get two doses with a recommended gap of 6 weeks. 

Chemical and Environmental Technology

Written by Ivona Nuić on .


Programme type:

Programme duration:
2 years (4 semesters)

Academic title upon graduation:
Master in Chemical Engineering
( cheming.)

Chemical and Environmental Technology (CET) is a university graduate study programme. Classes are held exclusively in English, in classical ex cathedra lectures. CET is an interdisciplinary study programme providing students with skills and knowledge from technical sciences; chemical, environmental and material engineering, and natural sciences; applied and analytical chemistry.

Enrolment requirements:
Completed undergraduate study programme in the field of chemical technology, environmental protection, chemical engineering, chemistry and related sciences, along with a mandatory B2 level of proficiency of the English language (confirmed by TOEFL or equivalent test) 

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The Faculty of Chemistry and Technology in Split

Written by Verica Vučičić on .

The Faculty of Chemistry and Technology in Split (FCT) was officially opened on October 22, 1960 and it is one of the oldest components of the University of Split.
engl1 promocijaFCT now has three undergraduate studies: Chemistry, Chemical Technology (with orientations Chemical Engineering and Environmental Protection) and Food Technology, three graduate studies: Chemistry (orientations Environmental Chemistry and Organic Chemistry and Biochemistry, Chemical Technology (orientations Materials and Environmental Protection) and Food Technology, two postgraduate studies: Chemistry of the Mediterranean Environment and Chemical Engineering in Materials Development and Environmental Protection, professional study Materials protection and recycling and Pharmacy (in collaboration with The School of Medicine in Split). The curriculum is governed by the Bologna process. Undergraduate studies last 3 years and have 180 ECTS, graduate studies last 2 years and have 120 ECTS, postgraduate studies last 3 years and have 180 ECTS, professional study lasts 3 years and has 180 ECTS while Pharmacy study last 5 years and has 360 ECTS. All studies are currently in Croatian language. Total number of students at FCT in academic year 2018/19 is 702.

okolisfaksaFCT building is situated at the University campus at the address Ruđera Boškovića 35, Split. The total area of FCT is around 5000 m2 while more than 3000 m2 are available for lectures (9 lecture rooms, 1 computer science room and 1 amphiteater), laboratories (10 student laboratories - 18 more will be opened in 2019, 24 scientific laboratories, 3 semi industrial laboratories) and studying (library). FCT building is located in vicinity of student hostel ( with restaurant, equipped fitness gym, one closed sports hall, 2 outdoor sports courts etc.

International collaboration and scientific research are one of the main strategic interests at FCT as well as student exchange. FCT is deeply incorporated into the city of Split and its region. FCT is now part of the story of Split, a town that is already 17 centuries old, a town of rich tradition, glorious history and beauty of its natural and cultural heritage. FCT, Split and Split county are welcoming you...

Useful links:

Tourist Board of Split:
Split-Dalmatia County Touristic Board: