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    I am on a gap year and applied for human biology but I am still thinking of other courses.
    I was looking at the chem eng foundation course at Nottingham and want tk know from a student who has done this and transferred to the beng chem eng that do you think it prepares you for the beng? I have not done chem for a level but did mayhs and bio and psychology (aab respectively ) so I have the grades just not the cotrect subjects.
    Please let me know if this foundation course was useful and a person who has not done chem will they struggle? And how do you find overall the chem eng program at Nottingham? Thanks in advance
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    (Original post by Bluebell1234)
    I am on a gap year and applied for human biology but I am still thinking of other courses.
    I was looking at the chem eng foundation course at Nottingham and want tk know from a student who has done this and transferred to the beng chem eng that do you think it prepares you for the beng? I have not done chem for a level but did mayhs and bio and psychology (aab respectively ) so I have the grades just not the cotrect subjects.
    Please let me know if this foundation course was useful and a person who has not done chem will they struggle? And how do you find overall the chem eng program at Nottingham? Thanks in advance
    There is not much chemistry in ChemEng...

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    There is not much chemistry in ChemEng...

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    Really? Yet it states it as s requirement?
    Have u done chem eng? What are the job prospects and what do people go into?
    Thanks in advance
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    (Original post by Bluebell1234)
    Really? Yet it states it as s requirement?
    Have u done chem eng? What are the job prospects and what do people go into?
    Thanks in advance
    The foundation is designed for people without the appropriate A-levels so it brings you up to speed with sufficient chemistry. Any engineering course is primarily maths and physics.

    No I'm not a ChemEng.

    The job prospects vary depending on the specialism you are considering, but overall there are plenty of jobs available for a good ChemEng graduate.

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