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recently been informed chemical engineering isn’t as good as it’s hyped up to be... looking around at other type of engineering degrees, any ideas?
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Cant answer this without know what you're into.

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Cant answer this without know what you're into.

Cars?
Planes?
Ships?
Buildings?
Electronics?
Nuclear?
honestly not really sure, kinda at a loss with my a levels and am looking towards engineering because they kinda go well with what I’m doing (chemistry physics maths) don’t think I’d do civil engineering however
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Maybe do a general engineering degree so you can specialise later on ?
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recently been informed chemical engineering isn’t as good as it’s hyped up to be... looking around at other type of engineering degrees, any ideas?
That's usually by people who expected it to be more of a chemistry course rather than an engineering course.

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Chemical engineering is a very good course, as long as you realise there is going to be a lot of maths and physics. Many people mistakingly thought it would be similar to a chemistry degree and therefore are providing the perspective that it isnt a good course.
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