Registrations for the conference in Malta “Being SEA-EU!” are open

Registrations for the conference in Malta “Being SEA-EU!” are open
The University of Malta announces an invitation to participate in the 1st international interdisciplinary conference Being SEA-EU in Malta from June 10-12, 2024. The conference is intended for students and teachers conducting research in various fields - STEM, Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences, Migration and Human Rights, Medicine and Healthcare. It is an excellent opportunity for teachers and students to present their research results, but also to meet other experts from all over Europe. Initially, only an abstract of the scientific work needs to be submitted by February 23, 2024 according to the conditions specified in the CALL.
All information about the conference and registration is available via the link HERE.
For any further questions, please contact


IMG 3814 2 copyAt the Faculty of Chemistry and Technology in Split (FCT), certificates were awarded to students who participated in the Virtual Mobility project within the European University of the Sea (SEA-EU) Alliance. The project was implemented from 18 to 29 April 2022 through lectures in English, given by prof. Igor Jerković from FCT and prof. Juan Carlos García Galindo from the Faculty of Science (FS-UCA), University of Cádiz (Spain). Lectures entitled "Biochemical Ecology and Terpenes from the Essential Oils" were held via videoconferencing and students had project assignments that were developed and presented in collaboration with colleagues from the other faculty. With this activity, they earned 1 ECTS point. Elevent students from FCT participated in the project: Kristina Šimić, Matea Juraković, Mia Galić, Danijela Marić, Miran Kemura, Suzana Ljubas, Klaudija Gusić, Monika Bekan, Hana Pećar, Josipa Dugeč, Marija Brajković as well as two Erasmus students at FCT: Aaron Alonso Vidal and Stanisław Kurowski.
The ceremony of awarding the certificates was held on 9 June 2022 and was attended by the Rector of the University of Split, prof. Dragan Ljutić. From FCT the ceremony was attended by the dean prof. Matko Erceg and prof. Igor Jerković while from FS-UCA the ceremony was attended by the dean prof. José Manuel Montes de Oca, Vice-Dean for International Cooperation and Mobility prof. Laura Cubillana, coordinator for the study of Biotechnology prof. Gema Cabrera and prof. Juan Carlos Garcia Galindo.
The project continues in the next academic year and will be open to all members of the SEA-EU Alliance.

3 rd International convention of scientists, specialist employees and students on the topic of Environmental protection in the Republic of Croatia (3rd ZORH convention) on 28th-29th of April 2022.

Dear sir/madam,  

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) (, 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” (  

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. 

For more information please visit our website :

Chemical and Environmental Technology


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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