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    What are the easiest Unis to get into to study chemical engineering?
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    (Original post by Richrr)
    What are the easiest Unis to get into to study chemical engineering?
    What are your (predicted) grades, and are you looking for a BEng or MEng?
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    Just make sure they're accreditted by the IchemE.
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    London South Bank, Teesside and Aston have rather low entry requirements. Most of the courses are accredited. Check UCAS for details.
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    Swansea also have pretty low entry requirements (for chemical engineering). Although be careful with LSB as it also has a very low graduate employment rate, which suggests to me that it can't be that good.
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    I achieves A C C C but Im retaking and hope to get A B B C
 
 
 
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