Chemical engineers design and operate industrial processes that convert raw materials into valuable products. The need for more sophisticated products and sustainable processes means chemical engineers are in great demand.
Our course concentrates on the scientific principles that underpin chemical and biochemical engineering. The aim is to produce graduates that meet the needs of todayâs process industries by providing a thorough understanding of the subject, technical competence and transferable skills. The underlying theory is complemented by lectures and projects that teach process and chemical product design.
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I've had a great experience of first year. If you can manage to get through the work, there's so much great stuff on to do in any leftover time. Termtime is hectic and the work can be intense, but I love that.
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