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This course has been developed in response to relevant industry needs and it reflects our strength in research and teaching within this area. The MSc programme benefits from the MEng material for the Chemical Engineering programme to enhance the student experience through greater class sizes and shared learning experiences.
MSc Future Energy Engineering covers both the theoretical knowledge and advanced technical skills in demand from the evolving process and energy engineering sectors and will therefore include both oil & gas as well as renewable technologies. You will study topics such as process management and how this relates to sustainable chemical & process engineering, along with detailed knowledge in process design and simulation, energy integration and optimisation, as
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The MSc Advanced Chemical Engineering offers a specialisation route for chemical engineering graduates, or a conversion route for non-chemical engineering graduates.
The standard requirement for admission will be a 2.2 or higher first degree in engineering or a physical science from a UK university, or equivalent degree from overseas. Entrants from a science route must, by their degree or otherwise, be sufficiently prepared for the mathematical content of the course. Applicants must also meet the University's standard requirement for English, i.e. IELTS 6.5, TOEFL 580 or equivalent.
The fee shown is for entry 2020/21
UK/EU fee: £9590
International fee: £14470
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