the 3rd International meeting of scientists, experts and students on the topic of Environmental protection in the Republic of Croatia (3rd ZORH meeting) will be held at the Faculty of Chemistry and Technology in Split from 28th to 29th of April 2022. Unlike the previous two, this year's 3rd ZORH meeting will have an international character. The third ZORH meeting is being organized by the students from the Faculty of Chemistry and Technology of Split in cooperation with the Student section of the Croatian Society of Chemical Engineers and Technologists. Meeting will be organized in hybrid mode, students don't have any registration fee, and for Faculty employees the fee is as lower as can be (70-100 euros).
Journal Kemija u industriji (CHEMISTRY IN INDUSTRY) (https://hrcak.srce.hr/kui), will have a special issue dedicated to the meeting where oral and poster contributions will be published after the standard reviewing process. This Journal is indexed in Web of Science™ Core Collection – Emerging Sources Citation Index (ESCI), and publication is free of charge. There is also a possibility of the publication in the another journal, “The Holistic Approach to Environment” (https://hrcak.srce.hr/en/hae).
The 3rd ZORH meeting is a new and innovative student initiative, and we hope that you will support us by your oral or poster contributions.
2 years (4 semesters)
Academic title upon graduation:
Master in Chemical Engineering
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.
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)
FCT 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.
FCT 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 (http://www.splithostels.eu/en/drfranjo.html) with restaurant, equipped ﬁtness gym, one closed sports hall, 2 outdoor sports courts etc.
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