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We've been helping students find the right postgraduate course for over a decade.
Our MSc programmes have been developed in close conjunction with industry to ensure you'll be highly employable and have bespoke skills for the sector of your choice.
You'll be joining a leading Department that is a major contributor to tackling the key challenges of this century including climate change, energy, medicine, agriculture and green manufacturing; you'll be taught by world-leaders in their field whose research is changing millions of lives.
The Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering are offering a limited number of scholarships for our postgraduate taught programmes at Home, EU and International level. These will be available for students graduating with an excellent honours degree and will be awarded on a competitive basis.
The bioscience industry sector - including bioprocessing and biopharmaceutical industries - face a huge skills shortage. This programme has been developed in close consultation with industry to address these demands with the aim of increasing the pool of qualified graduates needed for these industries to prosper.
This programme provides a unique blend of biochemical engineering and business management to meet the demand in the biopharmaceutical and industrial biotechnology sectors.
You will gain advanced knowledge of practical engineering issues surrounding environmental impact and the often neglected, underlying factors governing energy conservation.
This programme meets the demand for the next generation of engineers and managers to develop an in-depth understanding of the environmental impact of different energy choices.
Our MSc gives you hands-on experience of an industrial-scale continuous powder processing plant, and develops the knowledge and skills you need to stand out in the global pharma market.
This programme combines the highest academic standards and industrial experience to give a thorough understanding of the ways of reducing the risk to industrial employees and the general public from exposure to chemicals as a result of the planned or accidental release of process material.