Why did you stop being a chemist?

Dual study chemistry

Another great advantage of the dual study program is that you are already earning money and your company usually pays your tuition fees as well. After all, you are a worthwhile investment for your employer and a worker who makes a qualitative contribution to the company. When you have mastered everything, you can officially call yourself a chemical engineer. If you are lucky, you will be taken on immediately after your studies, if not, you have a good chance of a job. Because you will not only find a job in companies in the chemical industry. Thanks to your versatile know-how, you can also work in plant construction, public service or even in the patent sector. In general, employment is possible in all companies in the private sector that have something to do with chemical substances.

And if you want to go even higher, you of course also have the option of adding your master's degree on top. This gives you a very good chance of finding a managerial position.

You should take a dual degree in chemistry if ...
  1. you enjoy science subjects.
  2. you care what the world is made of.
  3. you want to write things down very precisely and document them.
Under no circumstances should you take a dual degree in chemistry if ...
  1. you basically blew up the chemistry room
  2. Your stomach contracts at the sight of a test tube
  3. Oxygen and nitrogen are the same for you.
The dual study chemistry quiz
Unfortunately it is false! The correct answer is number 2, the bubbles in the fizz are created by carbon dioxide, which reacts with the water and becomes carbonic acid.
Correct! The bubbles in the fizz are created by carbon dioxide, which reacts with the water and becomes carbonic acid.
Unfortunately it is false! The correct answer is number 2, the pipette is used as a suction cup. With their help, liquids can be removed accurately.
Correct! The pipette is used as a suction cup. With their help, liquids can be removed accurately.
Unfortunately it is false! The correct answer is number 3, for the oxyhydrogen gas test, a test tube filled with the gas to be tested is held in front of a burner flame. If a "bang" is then generated, hydrogen has been detected.
Correct! For the oxyhydrogen sample, a test tube filled with the gas to be tested is held in front of a burner flame. If a "bang" is then generated, hydrogen has been detected.
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