Lappeenranta-Lahti University of Technology (LUT)
Chemical Engineering and Water Treatment (M.Sc.)
**Academic Requirement at Undergraduate level for students with British Qualifications stay the same regardless of the Student's country of residence.
GRE is not required when you apply with a related Bachelor degree and you apply before Jan 30. But application without a related Bachelor degree and/or after Jan 30 needs to be submitted with minimum GRE General: Verbal Reasoning 152 / Quantitative Reasoning 152 / Analytical Writing 3.0
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Min IELTS average: 6.0
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*50% Tuition Fee Scholarship available and
*100% Tuition Fee Scholarship availabe.
No additional documents required for the scholarship application. Other than the citizenship being a non-EU/EEA one, there is no specific criteria for being eligible to apply for a scholarship. A certain number of scholarships for each programme will be granted in the order of the highest points achieved in the academic evaluation during the admission process.
The availability and security of the electricity supply are global concerns in the continuing rise of energy production and consumption.
Electrical energy is now more than ever the answer to the world's urgent energy challenges. Electrical energy is the crucial driver of efficiency and success in the energy transition towards a sustainable, truly industrial and consumer-oriented economy.
Electrical engineering is the largest and most diverse technological field in the world. Studies in the Master's Programme in Electrical Engineering are wide-ranging and relevant to industry. You may choose to specialise in the conversion, use and control of electric systems or the electricity market and solar economy.
You will acquire extensive knowledge of how the industry works, and engineering skills and technological knowledge needed to design, assess and improve electrical systems. You will also develop the knowledge, skills and abilities that will facilitate intellectual, creative, responsive and professional growth, and lifelong learning for continuous improvement.
Developing energy systems, energy-efficient technology, smart grids, electrifying transportation, and electricity markets employ Master's level graduates in electrical engineering now and in the future.
New experts are needed for product development, sales, marketing and management. Your duties may include e.g. the design of electric devices and their production, product development, technical sales or production management.
The need for engineers in electricity retail is also growing. Moreover, power plants are undergoing changes as private solar and wind power plants are increasing. In other words, graduates in electrical engineering have ample job opportunities in industry and the public sector.
LUT's electrical engineering training has been the launching pad for a number of important actors and growing companies in the field, some of which are based in Lappeenranta. Job opportunities are available in large international corporations as well as small and medium-sized companies in the field. You will also have a firm basis for doctoral studies in the field of your specialisation studies.
After completing the Master's programme you will have acquired comprehensive knowledge in electrical engineering.
In this Master's programme, you will be provided a holistic view of the modern electric and power systems and their technological development.
As a graduate, you will be able to work independently and scientifically, acquire information and formulate solutions to complex problems and tasks. You will be aware of ethical aspects of the field and its effects on society, and will be capable of critically assessing the future prospects of the field of electrical engineering.
LUT University (Lappeenranta-Lahti University of Technology LUT) is a pioneering science university in Finland, bringing together the fields of science and business since 1969. LUT international community is composed of approximately 6,000 students and experts engaged in scientific research and academic education.
Clean energy and water, circular economy and sustainable business are the key questions of humankind to which LUT seeks solutions through technology and business. LUT has a tradition of strong links with the business community. The Finnish business journal "Talouselämä" has ranked LUT as the best university in business technology cooperation in Finland. LUT promote business generated by scientific research. This is demonstrated by the university's own investment company Green Campus Innovations, which supports LUT's research-based start-up companies.
LUT aim to be a forerunner in education by securing international quality labels for our degree programmes as a sign of excellence in the teaching.
Key Facts and Figures 2017
Scientific publications 860
Number of Master's degrees awarded: 657, of which 420 were Master of Science degrees in Engineering and 237 were Master of Science degrees in Business Administration
Number of Bachelor's degrees awarded: 381, of which 237 were Bachelor of Science degrees in Technology and 144 were Bachelor of Science degrees in Economics and Business Administration
Number of Doctoral degrees awarded: 54, of which 46 were in technology and 8 in business
Number of undergraduate and postgraduate students: approx. 4900
Approx. 80 different nationalities
Number of students in continuing education: approx. 430
Number of students in the Open University: approx. 400
Total staff: 864
Academic staff: 545
Financing for 2017: Ministry of Education basic financing 46.5 M€ and supplementary financing 30,8 M€
LUT took part in the Times Higher Education (THE) World University Rankings for the first time in 2014. For a first-timer, the outcome was excellent. LUT was ranked among the top 300 universities in the world.
In the most recent THE rankings published in autumn 2018, LUT's position was 501-600. LUT's special strength is societal impact, particularly in industry collaboration