M.Sc. On Campus


University of Bergen

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Multivariate methods for process development and control are becoming increasingly popular in Norwegian and international industries. The Chemometricsis offered at University of Bergen 's


Key facts

The use of chemical instrumentation, together with more traditional process variables such as temperature and pressure, for on-line and at-line analyses of raw materials, intermediate products, and end product quality is an important element in control systems. Discharge and energy consumption minimisation are other important topics for process chemometrics. The aim of the program is to provide you with expert knowledge in multivariate data analysis and modelling, together with a broad understanding of more classical process disciplines. After graduation you will have obtained an operational competence in general problem solving within the process industries.

  • University of Bergen's 
  • Master's programme in Chemometrics gives a broad basic understanding of current challenges in the field. The work with the master thesis involves analysing measurements and evaluating the results in light of the hypotheses that are tested. The study will give experience with oral and written presentation of results and theories, and training to read and evaluate relevant scientific literature.

    Programme Structure

    • transform and reduce large amounts of data to understandable information
    • use mathematical and statistical methods for multi-variable data analysis of measurement results
    • do experimental research planning with the aim to extract as much information and knowledge as possible in as few attempts as possible
    • show that one has good knowledge in chemometrics in general, and specialized insight in a smaller area connected to the Master degree project

    Key information


    • Full-time
      • 24 months

    Start dates & application deadlines


    120 ECTS


    On Campus

    Academic requirements

    We are not aware of any academic requirements for this programme.

    Other requirements

    General requirements

    • In order to apply for the Master Programme in chemometrics you need a bachelor's degree in petroleum and process technology or the like. The degree needs to fulfill specific admission requirements.
    • Norwegian bachelor degrees in petroleum technology (UiS) and oil and gas technology (NTNU), or equivalent bachelor's degrees where courses similar to PTEK202 and PTEK100 are included.  
    • Norwegian bachelor degrees in energy, physics, mathematics, underwater technology, process, machine or safety / fire safety, where courses similar to PTEK202 and PTEK100 are included. 

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    The semester fee is NOK 590

    Living costs for Bergen

    10362 - 16828 NOK /month
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