The University of Ghent is providing education on pure and applied chemistry to undergraduates and postgraduates through lectures, experiments and research. A introduction to green chemistry is given to the first year students, and a year-long course is embedded in the Master of Chemistry students called Professional skills of the sustainable chemist. In addition, the Master of Science in Bioscience Engineering: Chemistry and Bioprocess Technology, aims to offer a broad education in applied chemistry, biochemical and microbial technology and chemical and biochemical engineering techniques. Not only does our program focus on fundamental knowledge, it also zooms in on industrial production. The study program addresses the social demand for the use of sustainable production processes and clean technologies.
Chemistry Bachelor of Science (B.S.), Chemistry Master of Science (M.S.), Chemistry Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.)
General Chemistry, Organic Chemistry, Inorganic Chemistry, Analytical Chemistry, Biochemistry, Green Chemistry stand-alone course, Faculty Research, Student Research, Student Chapter/Club Activities and/or Outreach
Continue to integrate green chemistry courses at undergrad and postgrad level.
A. Behr, T. Seidensticker, Chemistry of Renewables, An Introduction. Springer (2020), ISBN 978-3-662-61430-3