First cycle studies

At the Faculty of Chemical and Process Engineering, we conduct full-time first cycle studies (engineering) in the field of Chemical and Process Engineering. Engineering studies last 3.5 years (7 semesters).

The teaching program covers engineering issues related to chemical and physical processing processes on an industrial scale of raw materials into useful forms of marketable products. Knowledge of mathematics, physics, chemistry and biology in the field of mechanisms and modelling of unit processes and operations forms the basis of the graduates' ability to design and adequately implement processes in the chemical, pharmaceutical, food, petrochemical and cosmetic industries. Graduates can design and operate industrial apparatuses and plants and know the principles of control and safe execution of large-scale processing. They know how to plan and conduct experimental research of industrial processes using modern control and measuring devices and correctly interpret the obtained measurement results. The graduate's competencies allow his professional activity in the areas of processing industry, biotechnology, nanotechnology, and bioprocess and biomedical engineering, among others. The graduate is familiar with the principles of professional responsibility in legal and ethical terms and can work as a part of multidisciplinary technical teams.

Certificates and awards

Outstanding assessment of the quality of education in the "Chemical and Process Engineering" faculty at the first-degree level (based on Resolution No. 991/2011 of the Presidium of the Polish Accreditation Committee of November 24, 2011).

In 2012-2016, in the Ranking of Higher Education Schools of the educational monthly "Perspektywy", the course of study Chemical and Process Engineering at Warsaw University of Technology was rated the best in the category of Chemical Engineering and Technology.

In 2016, our Faculty was awarded the prestigious title of Education Quality Leader and "Studies with a Future" certificates for the first-cycle and second-cycle studies programs in Chemical and Process Engineering.

In 2017, 2018 and 2019 Engineering Degree Rankings of the educational magazine Perspektywy, the course of study Chemical and Process Engineering at Warsaw University of Technology was rated the best in Poland.

WIChiP is also accredited by the European Network for Accreditation of Engineering Education (ENAEE) by the Accreditation Commission for Universities of Technology (KAUT). With this accreditation, a diploma obtained from studies at WIChiP is recognized in European countries.

For students with disabilities, we provide support in implementing the teaching process adapted to their individual needs. In this regard, we cooperate with the Section for Persons with Disabilities, established in 2012 and operating within the Office of Student Affairs.