The Master of Engineering Science (M.Eng.Sc.) in Chemical Engineering is offered by the UCD School of Chemical and Bioprocess Engineering in response to the demand for advanced level education for non-EU students with primary degrees in unaccredited chemical engineering/technology programmes.
Who is the MEngSc in Chemical Engineering for? The MEngSc in Chemical Engineering is designed for graduates of professionally unaccredited Chemical Engineering or Chemical Technology programmes who wish to obtain an advanced qualification.
What will I learn? Graduates will improve their conceptual and practical skills in both the fundamental and applied principles of Chemical Engineering practice. Graduates from this programme will also advance their careers through a thorough understanding of advanced topics in Chemical Engineering and related topics in other major fields of engineering.
How will I benefit? The Programme's teaching methods are highly interactive and varied with contributions from a combination of industrial practitioners and leading researchers in their fields. It is anticipated that the graduates will play an important role in the development, design and operation of chemical processes in industry at international level in the coming years.
What is the programme about? Chemical Engineering spans many fields of industrial development from speciality fine chemicals to pharmaceuticals to oil and gas engineering. The programme covers advanced topics in Chemical Engineering and includes extensive project work in both Design (a team effort) and in an individualised Research Project.
Programme Highlights In addition to topics in Chemical Engineering the programme offers the candidate the opportunity to take modules in a number of topical areas including Renewable Energy, Carbon Capture, Climate Change, Nanotechnology etc.
Career Opportunities Graduates can enter a wide selection of possible industries including fine chemicals (e.g. Proctor and Gamble), heavy chemicals (e.g. CRH), pharmaceuticals (e.g. Pfizer, Lilly, Merck), oil and gas (e.g. ConocoPhilips, Exxon, Shell, Chevron) as well as consulting and business.
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* A minimum or equivalent of an upper level 2nd Class (2H1) honours in a first cycle chemical technology or chemical engineering science discipline is required for entry. * Names and contact details of two academic referees who can assess your intellectual ability, maturity and motivation
Recipient: University College Dublin
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