Eligibility Requirements for Dublin City MSc in Bioprocess Engineering

Bachelor's Degree with minimum 60% or above in Science or Engineering from a recognised university.The programme will be open to graduates and those currently working in industry with an honours degree (minimum second class honours grade 2) in Science or Engineering.

Applicants who do not hold an honours degree but who have significant relevant industrial experience will also be considered. DET overall score of 120 with no section score below 110 is required.

60/100

Bachelor's GPA Requirement

3 years + WES degree

UG Requirement

Dublin City MSc in Bioprocess Engineering Program Description

The M.Sc. in Bioprocess Engineering at Dublin City University is an interactive and dynamic program that will develop your knowledge and appreciation of the conceptual and factual bases for bioprocess design and operation. It also develops your understanding of bioprocessing, particularly the structures, roles and experimental methods associated with biopharmaceuticals, their analysis, production methods and technology for monitoring and controlling bioprocesses. It provides an advanced and up-to-date academic base in the major disciplines of bioprocess engineering. It fosters transferable skills across a full range of relevant subjects.

As a M.Sc. graduate you will be able to further your career with a thorough understanding of best-practice in Ireland's rapidly-growing biopharmaceutical industry. This is a highly skilled sector and graduates are in demand by all companies in the biopharmaceutical industry. It will also help you to advance your career with your current employer.

Dublin City MSc in Bioprocess Engineering Program Curriculum

  • Chemical Engineering

Specialization

  • Chemical Engineering

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