• If you earn a degree entitling you to enrol at the Bachelor  course, please contact the Secretary office for foreign students to know the procedure to be followed.
  • The announcement concerning the enrolment to the course is published here. 


To get the Bachelor degree in Chemical Engineering you should attend some 20 courses, passing the exams, and discuss a final report. The duration of the course is 3 years, corresponding to 180 ECTS. 

  • Please, note that all the lessons and exams are given only in Italian

 The Academic regulation of the course is available in the download area at the end of this page The courses can be grouped as follows:Basics of science and mathematics (54 ECTS)

  • Mathematics  I (9 ECTS): Year 1, sem. 1
  • Mathematics II  (9 ECTS): Year 1, sem.  2
  • Chemistry (9 ECTS): Year 1, sem. 1
  • Geometry (9 ECTS): Year 1 sem. 1
  • Physics  I (9 ECTS): Year 1, sem. 2
  • Physics II (9 ECTS)  Year 2, sem. 1

Industrial engineering (24 ECTS)

  • Electrotechnics (9 ECTS): Year 2, sem. 2
  • Materials (12 ECTS): Year 2, sem. 1
  • Machine design (9 ECTS): Year 3, sem. 2
  • Structural mechanics (6 ECTS): Year 2, sem. 1

Chemical engineering (78 ECTS)

  • Industrial organic chemistry (9 ECTS): Year 1, sem. 2
  • Applied chemistry (9 ECTS): Year 2, sem. 2
  • Thermodynamics (9 ECTS): Year 2, sem.2
  • Unit operations basics (6 ECTS): Year 3, sem. 1
  • Transport phenomena (6 ECTS): Year 3, sem. 1
  • Chemical plants (12 ECTS): Year 3 , sem 1 and sem.2
  • Industrial chemistry processes (9 ECTS): Year 3, sem.2
  • Data analysis laboratory: Year 3, sem.1

Then, you may choose 1-2 other courses, on topics of your interest (12 ECTS); additional 12 ECTS are reserved to other acrtivities (english language, computer science, and final report).


The lessons are organized in 2 semesters:

  • 1° semester: from the last week of Septempre to few days before Christmas;
  • 2° semester: from the last week of February to the first week of June.

The lessons are planned from 8:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.: the hours of lessons per week are 8 for 9 ECTS and 5 for 6 ECTS courses, respectively.

  • The lessons of the 1st year courses are planned at the Via Scarpa university pole, those of 2nd and 3rd year courses at the San Pietro in Vincoli university pole.  
  • 5 regular exam sessions are planned for each year at January, February, June, July and September: 2 additional sessions are provided, in October and in March, which are reserved to  the students who have not completed the exams at the end of the 3rd year.


At the end of the course the student should prepare a report, to be discussed in front of a specific didactic commission. The report should be related with some topic encountered in the course, and should be carried out under the supervision of an academic tutor. In this final trial the student is requested to demonstrate his/her skills, in terms of problem analysis and solving capabilities, and of judgement, synthesis and communication capacities. 

  • To this final trial 3 ECTS are assigned, and the report is usually completed in about 1 month of full-time work, or less.


The Bachelor course relies on the structures of the Department of Chemical Engineering, Environment and  Materials, which include facilities such as libraries, informatic labs, research labs.A tutoring service is available for the students of each year of the course: the tutor is selected among the teachers of the exams of that year.


Erasmus + student exchange programs are activated with Universities in the following Countries:

  • Austria: Innsbruck;
  • France: Ales, Nancy, Paris, Pau;
  • Norway: Trondheim
  • Netherlands: Delft
  • Portugal: Lisbona;
  • Spain: Barcellona, Madrid, Siviglia;
  • Slovakia: Bratislava
  • Sweden: Stockholm;
  • Turkey: Izmir.

The person in charge for International contacts is Prof. Bubbico (