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Thoughts on chemical engineering education in Poland / Silesia University of Technology


Redoxo 1 | 1
3 Jul 2015 #1
Hello,
I am from Bangladesh. I have been accepted by Silesian University of Technology in studying B.Sc. Chemical Engineering.
I would like to request some thoughts on chemical engineering education in Poland specially in Silesia University of Technology and Polish chemical engineering degrees recognition in other countries.
Wulkan - | 3,243
3 Jul 2015 #2
Are you planning to work in Poland?
terri 1 | 1,665
3 Jul 2015 #3
Prior to any studies, I would get in touch with firms which may be looking for staff and ask them. No one can tell you what the situation is likely to be in 3 years time and if there will be any jobs in this line.
OP Redoxo 1 | 1
3 Jul 2015 #4
To Wulkan: I realize I would be very lucky if I get work in Poland or at least an internship or something like that to put in CV. However, presently I am only thinking about having a degree in Chemical Engineering

To terri: Prospectus of Chemical Engineering graduates in Bangladesh is very good specially in the oil and gas and pharmaceutical process engineering sector because there are only two universities that produce chemical engineers, and most of them leave for USA or Canada or work in oil giant companies in middle east. Also, I could not get high scores in entrance exam to secure place in chemical engineering, I was offered resource engineering or applied chemistry.


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