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    I'm an As student studying Maths, Physics, Chemistry and Biology, going to drop Biology next year. What does everybody thing are the best universities for Chem Eng, apart from Cambridge and Imperial?
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    Manchester is the best uni apart from the other two.
    Aston uni (my uni) will be amazing place to graduate from in three years massive research being done and you will most likely get a job when you leave.

    third year chem eng
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    i e-mailed some companies from the 'whynotchemeng' website, and have only gotten one reply so far, saying Loughborogh and Bath, what's the general opinion on them?

    What's Aston uni like? And what's this massive research being done?
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    From what I understand for ChemEng as long as its accredited then its all fairly equal job prospects wise. It's very prescriptive in what you must cover so they all run very similar course.
 
 
 
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