University of Hull Chemical Engineering

By | 14th June 2017

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University of Hull Chemical Engineering

University of Hull Chemical Engineering

Undergraduate

As a student of Chemical Engineering at the University of Hull, you will take your first step towards a creative and rewarding career.Chemical Engineering students at Hull in the new Chemical Engineering laboratory, measuring flow rates and change of pressure

You will work alongside people with experience and expertise, solving problems and developing solutions that make a real difference to everyday life.

We are the region’s premier provider of full-time and part-time accredited degree courses in Chemical Engineering and our graduates have proved amongst the most employable in the UK.

At Hull you will learn in one of the finest Chemical Engineering laboratories in the UK. Our new £500,000 Chemical Engineering laboratory has been designed with the latest spec, and is home to the most advanced teaching equipment.

Our students also train at the Centre for Assessment of Technical Competency Humber (CATCH), a realistic industrial environment that is internationally recognised as a best-in-class facility.

We have a reputation for excellent teaching and research, and pride ourselves on the friendly and supportive atmosphere that we provide for both students and academic staff.

So be inspired at Hull – please look at our courses, find out what our students say about us, and we look forward to seeing you on an Open Day.

Postgraduate

The School of Engineering & Computer Science is home to a vibrant community of postgraduate research students, and we are particularly proud of our vibrant international and interdisciplinary research culture.Postgraduate student working in the Chemical Engineering Laboratory at the University of Hull

We have a long history of excellence in research and in the application of research to address real world problems.

One of the University’s distinctive features is its strong research culture of collaboration and interdisciplinary working. We work together with (among others) chemists, biologists and clinicians, on a variety of projects and initiatives.

We are a friendly and supportive School and University, and we will support you throughout your studies with us so you achieve your full potential.

We hope that our portfolio of postgraduate degrees and research opportunities offers a programme of interest to you and that you make the University of Hull your first choice for postgraduate education. We very much look forward to welcoming you.