University of chester chemical engineering

By | 9th May 2017

University of chester chemical engineering

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Chemical engineers develop innovative processes to turn raw materials into useful products like fuels, plastics, foods and medicines. They are also leading efforts to make the modern world a cleaner, safer and more sustainable place to live. On this course you will learn the key set of chemical engineering principles and understand how to use them for a huge range of applications, such as eliminating harmful emissions of greenhouse gases or turning living cells into tiny factories for making life-saving drugs.

Why Study Chemical Engineering with us?

    You will be at the heart of a modern industrial research centre, working with state-of-the-art industrial research facilities previously used as Shell’s main Research and Development centre in the UK.

Situated at the attractive Thornton Science Park, adjacent to Britain’s second largest oil refinery, we also enjoy close links with many innovative chemical engineering companies both on-site and nearby.

Our course has been designed in consultation with major recruiters of chemical engineering graduates, and all students complete work placements.

We have a strong, supportive culture underpinned by interactive, problem-based learning delivered by research-active faculty.

University of chester chemical engineering

Entry Requirements

Typical Entry 112 UCAS points
GCE A Level BEng/MEng: 112/120 UCAS points from GCE A Level or equivalent. Typical offer BBC/BBB. The Department requires the following: Chemistry and Maths – (minimum grade C/B for BEng/MEng)
BTEC BTEC Engineering plus A2 Level Chemistry
International Baccalaureate 28 points, inc. 5 in HL Maths and 5 in HL Chemistry; 30 points for the MEng route
Access Access to HE Diploma Science and Engineering (Maths and Chemistry at Level 3), to include 45 credits at level 3, 30 of which must be at Merit
Extra Information Please note that we accept a maximum of 8 points from GCE AS Levels and that the Welsh Baccalaureate (core) and General Studies A Level will be recognised in our offer. We will also consider a combination of A levels and BTECs/OCRs. Although not part of the entry requirements, we would recommend that students take mechanics modules as part of their A2 level course.

University of chester chemical engineering

If you have any questions, or are unsure if your qualifications meet these requirements, please contact us using the details below.

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