Introduction to Chemical Engineering

The curriculum requires students to pursue advanced chemistry studies in conjunction with suitable background studies in basic sciences, mathematics and computational techniques. Such courses aim to provide professional tech knowledge. Students will have the ability to go into the field and discuss the problems that chemical and environmental engineers cater regularly.
All universities offering chemical engineering have professional labs that provide the best hand-in experience available. Teaching staffs are sector-proven experts and specialists in their profession, while skills will be developed, such as project planning, communication, and advanced problem-solving.
Chemistry is a topic that is continually changing and challenges the limits of what is possible in engineering, science and medicine. Whether you're studying human life biology, collaborating with scientists or having an effect on breakthrough technologies, a degree in Chemical engineering will help you affect the world we live in.


Career and Salary 

As a chemical engineer, you will be responsible for designing and creating a diverse product portfolio. Your research should concentrate on modifying a substance's chemical, biochemical, and physical condition to make it something different, like producing plastic from oil.
You will need to understand how to turn raw materials into the appropriate goods while considering health, safety and cost concerns.
You can work in diverse fields, including:

  • Oil and gas
  • Food and drink
  • Pharmaceuticals
  • Plastics
  • Toiletries
  • Energy
  • Water treatment.

Advanced chemical engineering is concerned with groundbreaking new and valuable techniques and materials, such as nanotech, fuel cells and biomedical engineering.
The average annual salary of a chemical engineer ranging from £22,000 to £60,500, which can vary depending on the job description. 


Entry Requirement for Undergraduates

  • International Baccalaureate Requirement: Minimum 34 points
  • A-level Requirement: ABB(mathematics and chemistry subjects included)
  • IELTS requirement: 6.5 bands overall with a minimum of 6.0 bands in each module
  • TOEFL requirement: 92 points overall with a minimum of 22 in reading, 21 in listening, 23 in speaking and 23 in writing.

Study programme for Post Graduate 


Master degree in Chemical Engineering can be perused in the following four major fields:

  1. MSc in Advanced Chemical Engineering
  2. MSc in Advanced Chemical Engineering with process systems Engineering
  3. MSc in Advanced Chemical Engineering with Biotechnology
  4. MSc in Advanced Chemical Engineering with Structured Product Engineering

The Advanced Chemical Engineering (ACE) course helps students to pursue advanced studies in chemical engineering paired with basic background studies in mathematics, sciences, and computing techniques, while the specialized MSc like BIO, PSE or SPE provides an opportunity to explore the area of chemical engineering further.

Universities offering the course 


Here is the list of top art universities that offer Chemical Engineering. 

  1. University of Cambridge
  2. University of Nottingham
  3. Newcastle University
  4. Imperil College London
  5. University of Bradford
  6. Oxford University
  7. University of Bath
  8. University of Leeds
  9. University of Manchester
  10. University of York

Introduction to Chemical Engineering

The curriculum requires students to pursue advanced chemistry studies in conjunction with suitable background studies in basic sciences, mathematics and computational techniques. Such courses aim to provide professional tech knowledge. Students will have the ability to go into the field and discuss the problems that chemical and environmental engineers cater regularly.
All universities offering chemical engineering have professional labs that provide the best hand-in experience available. Teaching staffs are sector-proven experts and specialists in their profession, while skills will be developed, such as project planning, communication, and advanced problem-solving.
Chemistry is a topic that is continually changing and challenges the limits of what is possible in engineering, science and medicine. Whether you're studying human life biology, collaborating with scientists or having an effect on breakthrough technologies, a degree in Chemical engineering will help you affect the world we live in.


Career and Salary 

As a chemical engineer, you will be responsible for designing and creating a diverse product portfolio. Your research should concentrate on modifying a substance's chemical, biochemical, and physical condition to make it something different, like producing plastic from oil.
You will need to understand how to turn raw materials into the appropriate goods while considering health, safety and cost concerns.
You can work in diverse fields, including:

  • Oil and gas
  • Food and drink
  • Pharmaceuticals
  • Plastics
  • Toiletries
  • Energy
  • Water treatment.

Advanced chemical engineering is concerned with groundbreaking new and valuable techniques and materials, such as nanotech, fuel cells and biomedical engineering.
The average annual salary of a chemical engineer ranging from £22,000 to £60,500, which can vary depending on the job description. 


Entry Requirement for Undergraduates

  • International Baccalaureate Requirement: Minimum 34 points
  • A-level Requirement: ABB(mathematics and chemistry subjects included)
  • IELTS requirement: 6.5 bands overall with a minimum of 6.0 bands in each module
  • TOEFL requirement: 92 points overall with a minimum of 22 in reading, 21 in listening, 23 in speaking and 23 in writing.

Study programme for Post Graduate 


Master degree in Chemical Engineering can be perused in the following four major fields:

  1. MSc in Advanced Chemical Engineering
  2. MSc in Advanced Chemical Engineering with process systems Engineering
  3. MSc in Advanced Chemical Engineering with Biotechnology
  4. MSc in Advanced Chemical Engineering with Structured Product Engineering

The Advanced Chemical Engineering (ACE) course helps students to pursue advanced studies in chemical engineering paired with basic background studies in mathematics, sciences, and computing techniques, while the specialized MSc like BIO, PSE or SPE provides an opportunity to explore the area of chemical engineering further.

Universities offering the course 


Here is the list of top art universities that offer Chemical Engineering. 

  1. University of Cambridge
  2. University of Nottingham
  3. Newcastle University
  4. Imperil College London
  5. University of Bradford
  6. Oxford University
  7. University of Bath
  8. University of Leeds
  9. University of Manchester
  10. University of York
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