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Masters Degrees in Chemical Engineering

We have 92 Masters Degrees in Chemical Engineering

Masters Degrees in Chemical Engineering combine Science and Engineering knowledge to tackle specific practical problems. You could study the design and production of new synthetic materials, improve modern fuel and energy sources or learn how to solve pressing environmental challenges.

Various qualifications are offered in this subject area. Chemical Engineering specialisms are available as part of four-year undergraduate MEngs, or as dedicated MSc programmes. Research-based courses such as MRes and MPhil degrees are also available, with a greater emphasis on independent project-work.

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The programme gives you further strengths in separation and purification, pollution control, dynamics of fluid, upstream processing (oil and gas), loss of containment in the environment, reactor design, design layout and materials, risk analysis and human analysis of risk in process and design engineering. Read more
The MSc in Chemical Engineering provides opportunity for further study at master’s level which expands the breadth and depth of chemical engineering taught content. Read more
Chemical engineering and chemical engineers provide the leading-edge solutions to the society’s needs. Read more
From authoring definitive text books on chemical engineering to finding solutions to the world's water shortages, Swansea University has a proud tradition of delivering pioneering innovative process engineering solutions. Read more
Chemical Engineering is key in addressing global challenges relating to sustainable supply of clean energy, food and water, through the production of chemicals, functionalised products and fuels. Read more
This one-year programme at the University of Edinburgh will immerse you in the most current developments in chemical engineering, through a combination of taught modules, workshops, a research dissertation, and a number of supporting activities delivered by the key experts in the field. Read more
Overview. This course will build upon your existing scientific and engineering knowledge and skills to convert them into a specialisation in chemical engineering. Read more
Process engineering often involves close collaboration between engineers and scientists from a variety of disciplines. Read more
Chemical engineering now extends beyond its traditional roots in oil and gas processing. Read more
This specialised stream enables you to develop an understanding of the mathematics relevant to systems engineering and gives an advanced treatment of control theory and modelling, along with their application to the field of process systems engineering. Read more
MSc Chemical Engineering and Process Management explores topics required for a successful career as a chemical engineer. Read more
The Humber is the largest trading estuary in the UK and the fourth largest in Europe, with a chemical and process sector worth £6bn a year. Read more
The modern society relies on the work of Chemical Engineers who develop and design the processes that make the useful products for the society by efficient use and management of resources including water and energy while controlling health and safety procedures and protecting the environment. Read more
The Advanced Chemical Engineering with Information Technology and Management programme addresses recent developments in the global chemical industry by focusing on advancements of information technology and business management skills, including entrepreneurship. Read more
Chemical and Chemical & Biological engineers create and develop processes to change raw materials into the products that society depends on; food, chemicals, fuels, energy, metals, pharmaceuticals, paper, plastics, and personal care products. Read more

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