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there is a uni that offers chemistry with a year industry + management
or a chemical engineering degree?
which one will be better in terms of getting a job in chemistry industry
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If u want a chemistry job, then do a CHEMISTRY degree.
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If u want a chemistry job, then do a CHEMISTRY degree.
but lots of jobs in chemistry usually involve engineering
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there is a uni that offers chemistry with a year industry + management
or a chemical engineering degree?
which one will be better in terms of getting a job in chemistry industry
I don't think there is such an industry as the chemistry industry. Chemistry is a science and applied to many different industries. Do you mean the chemical industry?

It's also worth pointing out that chemistry and chemical engineering are quite different degrees. Very little chemistry in chemical engineering, which at university level is mainly applications of maths and physics.
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there is a uni that offers chemistry with a year industry + management
or a chemical engineering degree?
which one will be better in terms of getting a job in chemistry industry
common misconception is that chemeng has a lot of chemistry but in fact it has very little chemistry.

So they are two entirely different degrees so you gotta decide whether you really want to do a lot of chemistry or more physics
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