MSc programmes in Advanced Chemical Engineering
We offer four full-time MSc Programmes in Advanced Chemical Engineering where students are given the opportunity to explore advanced topics in chemical engineering and to develop their research and professional skills.
All successful applications to the MSc Advanced Chemical Engineering programme (including specialisations) at the time of the closing date will automatically be considered for these scholarships.
Departmental scholarship - The Department of Chemical Engineering will award 6 scholarships to outstanding MSc students 2018–19 of £6,000 each. The closing date for the 2019/2020 MSc scholarships is 1 March 2019.
Equinor scholarship - The Department also has two full scholarships, funded by Equinor, available for outstanding MSc students. The awards will cover full fees (regardless of fee status) and a generous tax-free contribution to maintenance.
See the below College prospective pages for further details of fees and funding.
MSc Programme Options
Advanced Chemical Engineering with Biotechnology
This programme offers students an introduction to fundamental and emerging issues in biotechnology, while helping them to strengthen their understanding of chemical engineering. This programme is ideal for students interested in the interface between chemical engineering and the life sciences.
MSC Programmes 2
Advanced Chem Eng with Process Systems Engineering
This programme offers students a grounding in modelling, simulation and optimisation for the process industries, while helping them to strengthen their understanding of chemical engineering. This programme is ideal for students wishing to become fluent in the use of techniques and tools for computer-aided decision-making.
Advanced Chem Eng with Structured Product Engineering
This programme offers students an understanding of the physico-chemical phenomena that affect the behaviour of structured products, such as creams, pastes, etc. This programme is ideal for students interested in gaining a better view of the interplay between materials and processing.