Chemical and process engineers help to manage natural resources, protect the environment, control health and safety procedures, and recycle materials, while developing and managing the processes which make the vast range of products we use and take for granted in everyday life. As a chemical and process engineer you could become involved with nuclear industrial companies, environmental departments, local and government agencies, and major funding bodies.
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We’re a top 100 university for Chemical Engineering according to the 2018 QS World University Rankings by Subject.
We have an active research environment which enables us to offer a range of exciting courses taught by experts who are leaders in their fields. You’ll be directly engaged in research through substantial individual and team-based project work – giving you access to our specialist facilities.
Our Industrial Advisory Committee helps ensure our courses are up-to-date with the modern practices and techniques that will enable you to succeed in industry upon graduation. Many of our Chemical Engineering courses are accredited by the Institution of Chemical Engineers (IChemE).
Our Chemical Engineering courses share a common first two years. This means you have the freedom to switch courses up until the end of your second year. You also have the option of extending your studies through the Study Abroad and industrial placement year options.
Laboratory classes, project work and fieldwork allow you to gain hands-on experience, investigating and applying material from your lectures and tutorials to real-life work situations.
96% of our recent graduates are employed or in further study within six months of graduating (latest Destinations of Leavers from Higher Education survey 2016/17).