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    Hi there,

    I have an offer to read the MSc in Chemical Process Engineering at UCL in September. I did my undergrad in Chemistry (MChem) and graduated with a 2:1 from Oxford, and I'm looking to go into Chemical Engineering because Engineering job prospects seem to be more diverse and better paid than pure Chemistry ones.

    Does anyone happen to know how much support the MSc programme at UCL gets from industry partners and how employable candidates are after doing the course? I know the respective Imperial and Cambridge courses are very strong in this respect and have clear ties with the likes of Shell, BP etc, (very proactive during the milkround / campus recruiting events), but there is very little info about this for the UCL course.

    Any advice would be great!

    Thanks
 
 
 
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