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 The studies resulting in a degree in Industrial Technical Engineering in Textile Engineering provide students with specific training in basic production fields (spinning and weaving), services (dry-cleaning, printing and embossing) and in relation to finished products (knitwear, tailoring and dressmaking). The degree course is structured with core and compulsory subjects that provide students with the knowledge they have to become textile engineers. They can also choose between variety of elective subjects and specialist pathways to assist define their own individual career profiles. These specialist pathways are designed to organize graduates for a career within the two main sectors of the textile industry, i.e. the chemical and mechanical fields. The area of Textile Physics covers all the economic processes involved within the production of yarns (spinning) and fabrics (openwork, special fabrics and knitwear). In the area of Textile Chemistry students study the economic processes of dry-cleaning, printing and embossing, and sizing and finishing, which together are referred to as 'ennobling fabrics'. Technical Industrial Engineering graduates, specialising in Textile Engineering, are trained to pursue a career in the following fields: 1. Chemical analysis of colourings and textile materials. 2. Physical testing of textile materials in the laboratory, studies of different weaves and their performance, fabric design, sampling and pricing, and so forth. 3. Study and control of the various processes within the textile industry (preparing fabrics, weaving, printing, sizing and finishing, etc.) and of mechanical processes.      

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