You want to be a Molecular Recycling Expert so you start your studies in Polymer Engineering at LIT, looking for materials to change the world.
In order to turn waste into new products, you learn about the science and engineering to research recyclable materials and create energy efficiency and sustainable solutions.
Just take a look. Let our undergraduate student Andreas give you insight into his everyday life, talk about the poylmer engineering program, and introduce you to the JKU campus:
Your New Professor?
Professor lang explains just how things at LIT are, what you need to bring to the table to study polymer engineering technologies, what research and teaching mean to him, and just what opportunties you have here. Just watch.
Become a Molecular Recycling Expert
You constantly experience new industrial and business challenges and are in a unique, Europe-wide modern environment. This is how you get closer to your goal of making the planet cleaner. You develop socially-sustainable business models to support recycling waste materials - maybe a social plastic start-up or a waste picker training facility? Or is there something else driving you? Do you want to create and build aircraft components? Design products? Provide people with safe goods that do no harm anyone else? Find out by studying polymer engineering technologies at the LIT!
Polymer Engineering Programs at LIT
So you've decided to study polymer engineering at LIT? That's lit and the first step toward your new future. Of course, you also have creative freedom because there are different degree programs to choose from. Here's what you need to know:
Bachelor's Degree Program
Master's Degree Programs
Doctorate Degree Programs
Teaching and research are closely linked at the LIT and supported by the various faculties and institutes at the JKU's Faculty of Engineering & Natural Sciences. If you study computer science, you already have an opportunity during studies to check out exciting research projects or even actively take part in one whether it be self-driving vehicles, artificial intelligence or machine learning. Would you like to learn more? Click here for an overview of the institutes and to the department.
What else does LIT have to offer?
Quite a lot actually! Six other areas such as chemistry, mathematics, computer science, electronics & information technology, mechatronics, and physics, to be exact. Just take a look and discover the diversity of programs LIT offers in engineering and natural sciences.