Faculty of EngineeringDepartment of Applied Chemistry and Bioscience

International students can also apply.

Chemistry has led to advancements in engineering and medicine, improving our overall well-being. As chemical reactions play a crucial role in sustaining life on Earth, understanding how they function is vital for improving our well-being and medical care as well as the natural environment. Also, clearing the unknown mechanisms within living organisms may lead us to new key values for a better future. The Department of Applied Chemistry and Bioscience combines chemical knowledge with biotechnological studies to investigate the chemical properties and the origin of life. We equip researchers and engineers with the skills to contribute to society's future.

Department of Applied Chemistry and Bioscience


Applied Science Course

Applied Science is the basis of several industries such as alternative fabric creation, reusable energy development, medicines, and home utensils. It also provides solutions to worldly concerns. The primary objective of this course is to give students a strong foundation in science and educate them on how to take a scientific approach that involves applying knowledge to action when solving societal issues.

Applied Bioscience Course

Advancements in biotechnology have the potential to revolutionize the world by addressing environmental, food, and medical care concerns. Our Applied Bioscience Course aims to educate and train future researchers and engineers, providing them with advanced skills and knowledge to pursue their passion and explore the truth in their field. Our graduates are to be empowered to tackle societal issues in various areas, making a significant positive impact on the world.

Life Science Course

Our curriculum connects the scientific knowledge taught in high school with the studies of higher educational institutions. This will enable students to apply their knowledge in solving real-world problems. Our Life Science course focuses on the practical application of knowledge, studying life mechanisms at the molecular level, such as neurotic formation, evolution, and the emergence of life forms. Upon graduation, students will face the challenges of an unpredictable future to work as skilled engineers and researchers.

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