The Advanced Diploma in Chemical & Processing Engineering Technology is also an applied degree with learning outcomes closely linked to the labor market. The program provides students with the knowledge, skills, and competencies needed for a career in chemical industries. The program teaches students to install, operate, maintain, and troubleshoot processes. Students gain hands-on experiential learning through actual operation and troubleshooting of chemical equipment, units and processes.


Objectives

Upon successful completion of the two-year program, graduates will have the knowledge and skills needed for:

  1. A career in chemical industries. The program teaches students to install, operate, maintain, and troubleshoot processes.

Career Opportunities

Chemical EngineerResearch & Development EngineerRefinery Process Engineer
Process EngineerChemical Operation EngineerProduction Engineer
Quality Control EngineerChemical and Process EngineerUtilities Engineer
Process Safety EngineerProcess Control Engineer 


Mathematics Requirement:

  1. A minimum of 60% on the University Math Placement Test; OR
  1. A valid SAT Report Form with minimum score of 480; OR
  2. Successful completion of Foundation Program requirements.


Request for more information

We are excited you are interested in joining CNA-Q's School of Engineering Technology and Industrial Trades! You can request for more information or contact below for general inquiries:

School of Engineering Technology

+974 4495 2300

Entrance requirements

  1. High school graduation certificate with the following:
    English Language (Grade 12 level)plus two courses: one final year Mathematics, and one final year Science (Chemistry or Physics is preferred); OR
    Minimum 60%
    Two-year Chemical Processing Engineering Technician Diploma from CNA-Q, or equivalent; OR
    Minimum 60%
    ​Three-year Chemical Processing Engineering Technology Diploma from CNA-Q, or equivalent.
    ​Minimum 50%

Additional Admission Criteria: Admission is competitive. Eligible applicants are ranked based on their overall final year (Grade 12 or equivalent) high school percentage, placement tests rankings, and Admission Priority Category.

Language proficiency Requirements

  1. The required score on the University English Placement Test or a passing score from another approved internationally recognized English language test, as validated by the Admissions & Registration Department; OR

    1. A valid (within two years) IELTS Academic Test Report Form with an overall band of 5.0 with no individual band score (reading, writing, speaking, and listening) below 5.0; OR
    2. Successful completion of Foundation Program requirements.

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