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Air Quality Control, Solid Waste and Waste Water Process Engineering (WASTE) • University of Stuttgart •
Stuttgart

Degree
Master of Science

Course language(s)
Language of instruction and examinations: English [http://www.waste.uni-stuttgart.de]
Classes are taught in English (100%). However,
students who are proficient in German may choose
additional electives taught in German. Knowledge of
the German language will help the students during
daily life and offers an additional useful skill for their
future.

Admission semester
Winter semester only

Beginning
1 September (intensive language course for students
without knowledge of German)
Approx. 15 October (for students with German
proficiency at minimum level A2 CEFR)

Programme duration
Four semesters (two years)

Application deadline
CONTACT
Application deadline is 15 February of the same year.
Universität Stuttgart
WASTE Office
Course content
The Master of Science programme Air Quality Control, Dr-Ing Carolina Acuña Caro
Solid Waste and Waste Water Process Engineering Pfaffenwaldring 23
(WASTE) is designed to be completed within four 70569 Stuttgart
semesters.
It covers air quality control, solid waste and waste
water control and treatment technologies based on the E-mail [mailto:info@waste.uni-stuttgart.de] »
fundamentals of process engineering. Course website [http://www.waste.uni-stuttgart.d
In the first semester, all students attend five out of six
compulsory modules (advanced modules)
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concentrating on the advanced fundamentals of
environmental and process engineering. These
modules lay the foundation for the specialised areas Submit application to
and modules of the second and third semesters. Universität Stuttgart
In the second semester, students attend the sixth WASTE-Office
compulsory module and have to choose two out of Pfaffenwaldring 23
three specialised areas: Air Quality Control, Solid 70569 Stuttgart
Waste, and Waste Water. Each specialised area Germany
consists of one core module, two elective modules, and
consists of one core module, two elective modules, and
practical work or an industrial internship that can be
conducted instead of one elective module and practical
work. Depending on the individual study plan of each
student, additional elective modules, which include the
student research project and/or industrial internship,
have to be taken in the second and third semesters in
order to obtain the required credits. The individual
study plan enables students to organise their studies in
accordance with their own interests and needs and
allows them to either broaden their studies or to
specialise.
The modules are supplemented by scientific and
practical work within the research activities of the
university institutes. An adviser ensures that each
individual programme is efficient and goal-oriented.
The fourth semester is dedicated to the Master's thesis
that can be done at the University of Stuttgart or
outside the university at a company, at another
university or at a research facility.
Classes are taught in English. International students
without prior German language proficiency have to
participate in the German language courses
accompanying the programme during the first and
second semesters. If students are exempt from the
German language courses in the first and second
semesters, other module(s) with equivalent credits
have to be taken instead. These modules have to be
non-technical and can be selected out of a broad
catalogue of key qualifications. Students who are
proficient in German may also choose additional
electives taught in German.
Upon successful completion of the programme,
students will be awarded the degree Master of Science
(MSc).
Additionally, it is possible for the students to conduct
the second year of studies within the frame of a double
degree programme with the Universidade Federal do
Paraná in Brazil.

Educational organisation
The first two semesters are accompanied by German
language classes.
During the first semester, all students attend five
compulsory modules (advanced modules), which
include the fundamentals of process and environmental
engineering.
Explanation: lecture = lect., seminar = sem., exercise =
ex.

1. Thermodynamics and Fluid Dynamics:


Thermodynamics of Fluid Mixtures, lect.
Flow with Heat Transfer, lect.
Computational Fluid Dynamics, lect.

2. Pollutant Formation and Air Quality Control:


Chemistry and Physics of Combustion, lect.
Basics of Air Quality Control, lect.

3. Chemistry and Biology for Environmental Engineers:


3. Chemistry and Biology for Environmental Engineers:
Inorganic Chemistry, lect.
Organic Chemistry, lect.
Biology and Ecology of Water, Soil and Air Systems,
lect.
Technical and Medical Microbiology for Engineers, lect.

4. Sanitary Engineering:
Solid Waste Management, lect.
Waste Water Technology, lect.

5. Technology Assessment and Presentation


Techniques, lect. + ex.

6. German as Foreign Language I

In the second semester, two modules are mandatory:


1. Process Engineering:
Mechanical Process Engineering, lect.
Thermal Process Engineering, lect.

2. German as Foreign Language II

Students also choose two out of the three specialised


areas. Each area consists of one core module, two
elective modules and practical work or an industrial
internship, which can be conducted instead of one
elective module and practical work in the second and
third semesters.

Additional elective modules have to be chosen in


second and third semesters. Some examples of the
elective modules include the following:

Air Quality Management


Basics of Membrane Technology
Biological Waste Air Purification
Chemical Reaction Engineering
Chemistry of the Atmosphere
Engine Combustion and Emissions
Industrial Internship
Industrial Waste and Contaminated Sites
International Waste Management
Introduction to Numerical Simulation of Combustion
processes
Modelling and Simulation of Technical Combustion
Systems
Modelling and Simulation of Turbulent Reaction Flows
Modelling of Two Phase Flows
Operational Technology for Waste Treatment
Practical Work in Air Quality Control
Primary Environmental Technologies and Emissions
Reduction in Industrial Processes
Sanitary Engineering - Practical Class
Special Aspects of Urban Water Management
Sustainable Production Processes
Student Research Project
Water Quality and Treatment
Core Module(s) of not chosen area
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Biogas
Kraftwerksanlagen I
Luftreinhaltung am Arbeitsplatz
Meteorologie
Ökobilanz und Nachhaltigkeit
Raumklima
Ressourcenmanagement
Umweltanalytik - Wasser und Boden
Umweltrelevanz abfalltechnischer Anlagen

Study abroad unit(s)


It is recommended for German students to write their
Master's theses abroad.

Internships
An industrial internship is offered optionally.

Forms of assessment
Written or oral exams, participation in practical work,
submission of studies, reports and design projects,
Master's thesis
Each student earns 120 credits for the entire four
semester programme:
36 credits for the advanced modules (compulsory
modules)
36 credits for the two chosen specialised areas
12 credits for elective modules
6 credits for German language or key qualifications
30 credits for the Master's thesis

ECTS credits
120

Diploma supplement
Yes

Funding of the joint


degree / double degree
Deutsch-Französische Hochschule - L-Université
franco-allemande

General promotion /
funding
Other Programme

Course-related German
language courses
Yes

Course objectives
Societies throughout the world have to face the fact
that seemingly plentiful and cheap resources are
slowly coming to an end, thus making the air and water
pollution control as well as the removal of waste in any
shape or form essential. As a consequence thereof,
shape or form essential. As a consequence thereof,
and in addition to dealing with the political and legal
implications, the specific education and training of
engineers has become an essential prerequisite in
mastering these environmental challenges.
The study programme WASTE directly addresses this
development by educating students from all over the
world in how to respond to these increasing
environmental challenges. Studying WASTE means
finding solutions and solving complex tasks in the fields
of air quality control, solid waste, and waste water
process engineering.

Tuition fees
From the winter semester 2017/2018 onwards, degree-
seeking students from non-EU countries are required
to pay 1,500 EUR in tuition fees per semester.

Enrolment fees
Approx. 170 EUR per semester

Costs of living
To cover living expenses, you will need about 750 EUR
per month. This is for rent (approx. 300-350 EUR),
health insurance for non-EU residents (approx. 80
EUR), the semester ticket for public transport (190
EUR/six months), food (approx. 200 EUR), other
incidental expenses, and working materials (approx.
100 EUR).

Job opportunities
Owing to its location in the heart of one of Europe's
largest high-tech regions, there are some opportunities
to find employment. Nevertheless, please do not
expect to be able to finance your studies entirely by
working. The study load is very high and it is not
always easy to find a part-time job. Non-EU citizens
are allowed by law to work for a maximum of 120 full
days (240 half days) per year. Students who are
employed by the university in one of the institutes or
departments ("studentische Hilfskräfte") are exempt
from this regulation, but other restrictions apply. You
are not allowed to work during the first year while
attending a German language class in preparation for
the test of German as a foreign language (TestDaF).

Language requirements
A TOEFL (CB) score of 213 points or equivalent test
results (e.g., TOEFL IBT 79 or TOEFL PB 550, IELTS
Band 6.0) as proof of sufficient knowledge of English
Minimum level German: A2, according to the Common
European Framework of Reference for Languages
(CEFR). International students without prior knowledge
of German must attend the intensive German language
course preceding the programme in September.

Academic requirements
Academic requirements
As a prerequisite for admission to the programme, the
following admission requirements must be met:
Bachelor's or equivalent degree in chemical, civil,
environmental, mechanical, or process engineering
or in a related field
Further documents required are specified in the
application form.
International students without prior knowledge of the
German language must participate in the intensive
German language course preceding the programme
in September.

Where to apply
Universität Stuttgart
WASTE-Office
Pfaffenwaldring 23
70569 Stuttgart
Germany

Arrival support
A pick-up service is part of our welcome package. If
you wish, you will be contacted before your departure,
and if you arrive between 8am and 8pm, you will be
met at Stuttgart airport or railway station and taken to
your accommodation. Your host partner will also help
you to deal with all formalities. This service is free of
charge.

Services and support for


international students
Cross-Cultural Mentoring Programme
The Office of International Affairs (Internationales
Zentrum, IZ) invites international degree students to
sign up for the "Cross-Cultural Mentoring Programme".
The programme is intended to ease initial challenges
at the university as well as to offer study information,
counselling services, subject-specific tutorials, courses,
and activities during the entire course of the study
programme. For further information, please contact
mentoring@ia.uni-stuttgart.de.

Buddy Programme ready.study.stuttgart


The IZ offers a buddy programme in order to support
you during your start here in Stuttgart. You can meet
our buddies at several information stands during the
arrival week. We also offer a pick-up service from the
airport. In group sessions at the IZ, our buddies help
you with the formalities. In order to register for the
buddy programme, please e-mail
ready.study.stuttgart@ia.uni-stuttgart.de.

Accommodation
Both the campus in Stuttgart-Vaihingen and the
campus in the Stuttgart city centre have on-site halls of
residence. Dorm rooms (ranging from 240-350 EUR
per month) are furnished, some are equipped with a
sink, and all have access to kitchen and sanitary
facilities, telephone, and the Internet. From the campus
in Stuttgart-Vaihingen, the city of Stuttgart can be
reached by suburban railway within 10 minutes. If you
are under 30 years old and want to apply for a room in
one of the student dormitories, please contact Student
Services:

Studentenwerk Stuttgart
Rosenbergstraße 18
70174 Stuttgart
Germany
Phone: +49 (0)7 11-9 57 44 70
Fax: +49 (0)7 11-9 57 44 50
E-mail: wohnen.sws@t-online.de
Internet:
http://www.sws-internet.de [http://www.sws-internet.de]

Course website
www.waste.uni-stuttgart.de [http://www.waste.uni-
stuttgart.de]

About the university


The University of Stuttgart is one of the leading
technology-oriented universities in Germany with global
significance. Located in the heart of an economically
strong region with vast cultural integration, the
university sees itself as a hub of university-based
research as well as non-university and industrial
research. Furthermore, it takes a role as a guarantor of
research-based teaching, focused on quality and
holism. The university is dedicated to researching and
strengthening the interfaces between technology,
society, and culture in an interdisciplinary manner,
defined as the "Stuttgart Way".
This means the integration of engineering, natural
sciences, humanities, and social sciences based on the
fundamentals of cutting-edge research at a disciplinary
level. The University of Stuttgart implements innovative
concepts in research and teaching in order to provide
knowledge and strategies for meaningful and
sustainable development. It focuses on basic research
that is both knowledge-oriented as well as application-
related. The university is actively part of regional,
national, and international research networks.
The University of Stuttgart is committed to the principle
of unity between research and teaching. Students
acquire knowledge, expertise, and the power of
judgement in accord with the guidelines of scientific
research and awareness. The university fosters
fascination for the sciences, supporting its students
and junior researchers at all stages of their careers. It
promotes independent thinking and provides an
environment for responsible action. In doing so, the
university educates individuals to become exceptional
experts who are globally-minded integrative thinkers
ready to act responsibly in sciences, the economy, and
society.
Total number of students
27,600

Total percentage of
international students
20 %

About the city


The city of Stuttgart, with about 600,000 inhabitants, is
the state capital of Baden-Württemberg. Situated in the
valley of the River Neckar, between the hills of the
Swabian Alb and the Black Forest, it is often called "the
city between forests and vineyards". A large number of
cultural highlights can be found in the city, including the
State Opera, the famous ballet founded by John
Cranko, theatres, concert and musical halls, art
galleries, and various museums. The Stuttgart area is
one of Europe's strongest high-tech regions. The
region is specialised in industries such as car
manufacturing, environmental technologies, machine
tools, electronics, information, and communication
technology. Many internationally-renowned companies
such as Bosch, Daimler, Porsche, and IBM Germany
have their headquarters and factories in the greater
Stuttgart area. In addition, numerous smaller
companies producing machine tools, textiles, precision
instruments, and luxury items are located here.