The Department of Chemistry and Chemical Technology offers the following Bachelor’s degree programs:

5В072000 Chemical Technology of Inorganic Substances (Educational program);

5В072100 Chemical Technology of Organic Substances (Educational program);

5B060600 Chemistry (Educational program).

Admission of students is carried out based on the results of the Common National Testing (CNT) and Complex Testing of Applicants (CTA). Students are enrolled either as holders of state educational grants or on a contractual (fee-paying) basis. The University offers a flexible discount system to its students.

The testing for admission is carried out in 4 subjects:

• the Kazakh or Russian language;

• History of Kazakhstan;

• Mathematics;

• Chemistry.

The duration of study for these programs may vary depending on the previous studies: full-time studies after secondary education completion last 4 years; part-time studies after secondary vocational education completion last 3 years; part-time studies after higher education completion last 3 years.

The Department of Chemistry and Chemical Technology offers the following Master's degree programs:

6M072000 - Chemical Technology of Inorganic Substances;

6M072100 - Chemical Technology of Organic Substances;

6M060600 - Chemistry.

Description of the programs:

Development and design of new chemical technology for the production of organic and inorganic substances, operation of production lines of the inorganic synthesis and oil processing companies, ensuring labor protection measures, and technical documentation maintenance.

Our goal is to educate highly-qualified specialists ready for working at:

- the companies of the chemical, metallurgical, petrochemical and pharmaceutical industries;

- production laboratories of the analytical, environmental, customs, sanitary and epidemiological, and certification services;

- research institutions (institutes and laboratories) of the chemical, environmental, metallurgical, pharmaceutical areas as engineers, heads of departments and laboratories;

- secondary school, colleges, lyceums, and gymnasiums as chemistry teachers.


After successful completion of these programs, the graduates are awarded the qualification of a BACHELOR OF CHEMICAL TECHNOLOGY.

Bachelor of Chemical Technology can perform the following activities:

- organizational and technological;

- research;

- production and management.

Graduates can continue their education by entering master's and doctoral degree studies.

The educational program provides for a practical training at large industrial enterprises of our region. Students also study the basic technologies of producing the products manufactured at these enterprises as special disciplines.

Students of the 5В072100 Chemical Technology of Organic Substances program have industrial practice at the technological shops of NefteKhim LTD, LLP, Casting JSC; students of the 5В072000 Chemical Technology of Inorganic Substances work at the technological shops of Aluminiy Kazakhstana JSC, Caustic JSC, Casting JSC, Aksu Ferroalloy Plant JSC.

These companies host graduation practices of students and allow them gain practical skills of operational and organizational activities.

Having successfully finished the program in 050606 Chemistry, the graduates get the opportunity for employment in many sectors of the economy, industrial laboratories, scientific - research and educational institutions, and special institutions (as consulting chemists).

There is always great demand for the alumni of our Department at the largest companies of the region:

- Pavlodar Petrochemichal Plant JSC;

- Aluminiy Kazakhstana JSC;

- Caustic JSC;

- Aksu Ferroalloy Plant JSC;


- Casting JSC;

- Neftekhim LTD Company LLP.

Education at PSU is a guarantee of a high professional level, computer literacy, fluency in the State and English languages, knowledge of the fundamentals of industrial economics and business activity.

Pavlodar region is the only region in Kazakhstan which has plants for production of a wide range of chemical products:

- alumina;

- coagulants;

- motor and fuel oils;

- sulfur;

- ferro-alloys;

- fuel additives;

- polypropylene;

- plasticates.