The Department of Chemical Engineering offers five MSc Programmes, each of which seeks to push the boundaries of students’ knowledge by applying theoretical rigour and fundamental principles to challenge ideas. Chemical engineers play a major role in developing the expertise and technologies behind products we desire or depend on in everyday life, thereby enhancing our standard of living. Our programmes facilitate multidisciplinary collaboration, providing graduates with the advanced training necessary to enter the chemical and related process industries. Our graduates work across a large variety of sectors, including Energy, Environment, Pharmaceuticals, Oil and Gas, Business and Management, Nuclear, Food and drink, Chemicals, Healthcare, Materials, Water, Biotechnology, Process Plant and Equipment, Mining and Minerals.
In September 2023, the UCL Department of Chemical Engineering launched three MSc programmes at UCL’s new campus (UCL East) in the Queen Elizabeth Olympic site in East London. The MSc courses are designed to equip the next generation of engineers with the practical skills needed to employ new technologies and methodologies, which have significantly broadened the scope of what can be done in the materials, manufacturing and transport industries and hold the key to ensuring sustainable development in these sectors.
Why attend the event?
At our upcoming webinar with UCL, you’ll meet the academics behind the courses. You will also learn more about the courses and how the skills can help you access exciting, rewarding industrial or academic careers in STEM. Interact directly with the academics who helped design the courses and who will also be teaching students next year.
The MSc courses are available for September 2024 intake, and applications are open until 5th April 2024. So, if you wish to apply, now is an excellent time to learn about the courses to make an informed decision.
Chemical engineering courses at UCL are created in collaboration with industrial partners in response to considerable and recent demand from industry and academia for engineers and scientists with interdisciplinary skills. This demand is reflected by job openings in sectors such as pharmaceuticals, healthcare, electronics and automotive, green energy, food and fine chemicals and many others, as well as PhD positions at universities in the UK and internationally.
All UCL’s East MSc programmes will be housed in purpose-built, state-of-the-art, interdisciplinary labs - the Manufacturing Futures Lab and Advanced Propulsion Lab - at Marshgate on UCL’s campus in East London.
Students finishing their undergraduate studies this summer, recent graduates, or graduates with industry experience from all STEM disciplines – particularly with an interest in materials, manufacturing and transport electrification.
In this seminar, you'll meet the academics behind the courses and learn more to see if these MSc courses are right for you.
A 2:1 Bachelor's degree from a UK university or an overseas qualification of an equivalent standard.
Students may come from a range of backgrounds as follows:
For students applying for MSc GNMR, a minimum of a second-class Bachelor’s degree in a relevant discipline is required from a UK university or an overseas qualification of an equivalent standard. Preferred background includes Engineering, Earth sciences, Chemistry or Finance/business. Relevant work experience may be taken into account.
Don’t forget to attend this exclusive session to learn more about UCL’s programme at its Department of Chemical Engineering. Register today to book your slot.
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