This course aims to:
â¾develop your skills and knowledge in the main areas of chemistry (organic, inorganic, physical and analytical chemistry) and enable you to develop a strong awareness of the specialist application of chemical engineering in an industrial setting. This will encompass an introduction to chemical engineering, thermodynamics and fluids and then develop knowledge in transport processes and fluid dynamics, reaction engineering and incorporate a research/design project. In addition if you choose to undertake a Sandwich degree then the course will allow you to acquire technical skills in the workplace and enable you to integrate knowledge gained in the theoretical aspects of the course into the professional environment.
â¾produce a graduate who is âfit for purposeâ, who is ready for employment in the chemistry/pharmaceutical or a related industry, or who can progress to teaching, further study or research aspirations.
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I met some lovely people at Wolves, and had a fantastic time here. The town was alright, certainly not as bad as everyone says – you just have to be prepared to go on the tram to Brum if you want some variety on your nights out, but there’s loads of shops in town so you’ll never want for anything. The lecturers and staff were fantastic, and there are loads of amazing sports facilities there with some great teams that really helped me make new, lasting mates.
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