Green Technologies in Chemical Engineering – new M.Sc. program

We started a new M.Sc. program in chemical engineering in 2023. It is called “Green Technologies in Chemical Engineering.” The program is dedicated to second-cycle students in chemical engineering and close disciplines like biotechnology, chemical technology, physics, and materials science. Enrolment for February 2024 will commence in October 2023.

GTCE connects fundamental and practical knowledge of modern chemical processes' development, design, and operation, focusing on sustainability. It was started by prof. Andrzej Stankiewicz, a leading expert in process intensification and electrification, GTCE offers graduates a unique set of skills. More about the program here.

GTCE program covers topics from modern chemical equipment and process, through computer-aided design methods, to novel process intensification technologies and renewable energy-based processing technologies. Full program  here (.pdf) .

A unique feature of the GTCE program is guest lectures. Leading experts from various industries working at the frontiers of chemical engineering will give talks to our students. A glimpse of how such a lecture could look like we saw in 2023 with seminars about the future of chemical engineering. But we work constantly to provide something more for GTCE students.

The Director of the program describes GTCE in the best possible way:

Our students are offered accommodation in the residents' house at Warsaw University of Technology. More about housing opportunities here: 

The cost of studies at The Green Technologies in Chemical Engineering M.Sc. program at the Faculty of Chemical and Process Engineering at Warsaw University of Technology is here:

Admissions for M.Sc. programmes at Warsaw University of Technology will start in October 2023. You can enroll using the following link: 

If you have questions, please get in touch with our admissions office:

The Master's degree studies at Our Faculty are accredited by European Network for Accreditation of Engineering Education (ENAEE) and therefore the degree obtained is perfectly viable in all of Europe.