• Objectives and Competences


Objectives of the Undergraduate Programme

For more than 100 years, IQS has been training chemists and chemical engineers that work for the leading companies in the sector. You’ll form part of the professionals at the forefront of the chemical industry and have access to the best job opportunities.

The Undergraduate Programmes in Chemistry and Chemical Engineering share a two years of study as a common which allows the students to decide their preferred track later.

Competences to be acquired

Students in the Undergraduate Programme in Chemistry will acquire the following competences:

Ability to apply scientific knowledge of chemistry, bioscience and engineering into practice.

Capacity to use generalknowledge of economics, technical English, ethics and management in the field of chemical and biomolecular sciences.

Ability to understand advanced topics in chemistry and biosciences for practical application of chemical science.

Possibility to conduct practical work in the laboratory to obtain the desired results in the experiments.

Ability to use systems, components and processes to meet established requirements.

Ability to identify, formulate and solve basic problems in the fields of mathematics, chemistry, physics, information technology and biology as well as problems in the fields of chemistry, biosciences and engineering.

Capacity to analyse, integrate and interpret data and information in the field of chemistry and biosciences.

Ability to apply new techniques and tools used in chemical science.

Possibility to design new processes and experiments to obtain innovative results.

Capability to evaluate the risks of using chemical and biological substances.

Students will also be able to:

Communicate efficiently, both orally and written, and use English as a foreign language.

Work in a team in a multidisciplinary environment.

Appreciate the impact that chemistry and biosciences have on sustainable societal development.

Incorporate ethical arguments into your work.

Include contemporary aspects into your future professional practice.

Develop learning skills necessary to pursue future studies and recognise the need for continuous training for professional growth.