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Texas A&M University at Qatar
Master of Engineering (M.Eng.) in Chemical Engineering Course in Doha
5.0 2 opinions
Texas A&M University at Qatar
  • Master
  • Doha (Qatar)
  • 15 Aug 2019
  • 2 Years

...or a qualified senior during the last semester may apply for admission to graduate studies to work toward the non-thesis degree of master of engineering... Learn about: Industrial Engineering, Water treatment, Process Engineering... More

PREMIUM COURSE

Rs 21,34,643
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*Guide price
Original amount in USD:
$ 30,000
Texas A&M University at Qatar
Master of Science (M.S.) in Chemical Engineering Course in Doha
4.7 excellent 3 opinions
Texas A&M University at Qatar
  • Master
  • Doha (Qatar)
  • 15 Aug 2019
  • 2 Years

...4 Credits Engineering Economics (non-Chen Elective) Spring Semester Elective 3 Credits Research 4 Credits... Learn about: Process Engineering, Environmental Sustainability, Environmental Engineering... More

PREMIUM COURSE

Rs 21,34,643
VAT not incl.
*Guide price
Original amount in USD:
$ 30,000

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Master of Engineering (M.Eng.) in Chemical Engineering

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James Feltz
13/05/2018
What I would highlight: Excellent experience!
What could be improved: nothing to improve
Course taken: May 2018
Would you recommend this course?: Yes

Master of Engineering (M.Eng.) in Chemical Engineering

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Muaz Salem
23/04/2017
What I would highlight: The Office of Graduate Studies was an invaluable resource at every stage of my master’s degree. Exceedingly responsive and helpful at the application stage, they made applying to the program eminently accessible for someone unacquainted with the procedure of graduate school admissions. During the course of my degree, their clear communication of degree and assistantship requirements (as well as important deadlines!) allowed me to make seamless, daily transitions between my roles as both a student and employee.
What could be improved: Nothing to Improve
Course taken: April 2017
Would you recommend this course?: Yes
Texas A&M University at Qatar April 2017
Muaz joined the Master of Science program immediately after completing his undergraduate degree at Texas A&M at Qatar. Specializing in applied thermodynamics, Muaz says that obtaining his master’s degree was challenging, yet fulfilling, and considers his research project the highlight of his academic career. His specific project involved the development of a thermodynamic Equation of State to describe the properties of aqueous electrolytes. Of course, research activities are never conducted in a vacuum, and the biggest game-changer at Texas A&M at Qatar is the unique opportunity for effective collaboration. Students often work independently, yet also on a team. In many cases, students interact with researchers at collaborating institutions or with industry partners. For example, Muaz’s thesis derived from a funded project in collaboration with Imperial College London. He had the opportunity for meaningful correspondence with a graduate student at Imperial College with whom he was able to validate some intermediate results. At Texas A&M at Qatar, daily interaction with skilled researchers from various backgrounds can expand your perception of what can and should be accomplished in chemical engineering research.

Master of Science (M.S.) in Chemical Engineering

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Riad Hassiba
11/01/2016
What I would highlight: Obtaining my undergraduate and master’s degrees from Texas A&M University at Qatar was just the start of my Aggie years! I have built a career that I am proud of and relationships that will last forever!
What could be improved: Nothing to improve
Course taken: January 2016
Would you recommend this course?: Yes
Texas A&M University at Qatar January 2016
Raid received his undergraduate degree in chemical engineering from Texas A&M at Qatar in 2010, graduating with honors. In 2014, Raid started working at the university as a technical laboratory coordinator while simultaneously pursuing a master’s degree in chemical engineering, which he completed in 2016. Embracing the core values of excellence, leadership and selfless service, Raid was president of the chemical engineering honor society, Omega Chi Epsilon Gamma Delta chapter (OXE). He also presented the results of his thesis in a poster session at a 2016 conference in Prague and has published two papers related to his thesis. He also won the 2017 ORYX GTL Post Graduate Student Award for his master’s research

Master of Science (M.S.) in Chemical Engineering

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Shaik Afzal
04/08/2012
What I would highlight: Good teaching and good experimental capabilities for work.
What could be improved: N/A
Course taken: August 2012
Would you recommend this course?: Yes

Master of Science (M.S.) in Chemical Engineering

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Omar Al-Ani
02/08/2012
What I would highlight: Great courses. Instructors were great and were very knowledgeable. There is a great focus from the instructors on performing research and trying to publish. If you would like to see what academia looks like in a tight-knit community, I would recommend you to complete the MS in Chemical Engineering from TAMUQ.
What could be improved: None.
Course taken: August 2012
Would you recommend this course?: Yes
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Texas A&M University at Qatar enters its 14th year here in Education City. The centre continues to experience vibrant growth and development, bringing Texas A&M University's 140 years of engineering excellence to help educate the next generation of engineering leaders necessary to drive the State of Qatar toward its goal of being a knowledge-based economy.

The vision of the university is to be the premier provider of engineering education in the region, a significant contributor to knowledge internationally and an essential resource to the State of Qatar.