MEng Chemical Engineering with Energy and Environment / Overview
Year of entry: 2018
- Degree awarded
- Master of Engineering with Hon
- 4 Years
- Typical A-level offer
- Typical International Baccalaureate offer
37 points overall including 6,6,6 at Higher Level including Mathematics and Physics or Chemistry.
- Number of places/applicants
- 1350 applications for 250 places across all first year courses (2017 entry).
- How to apply
- Apply through UCAS .
- UCAS course code
- UCAS institution code
A major challenge to society and to future chemical engineers is how to produce and use energy in ways that are sustainable, economical and environmentally friendly.
This pathway allows Chemical Engineering students to build on the core material covered in the first three years by taking specialist units related to energy in the 4 th and final year. In particular they will take units on Energy Systems, Wastewater Engineering Technology and Utility Systems in Semester 1. In Semester 2 they will be able to choose between Distributed and Renewable Energy Systems and the Nuclear Fuel Cycle. They will graduate both with a solid background in core Chemical Engineering and with additional expertise in a topic of major significance in the 21 st century.
Tuition fees for home/EU students commencing their studies in September 2018 will be £9,250. Future inflationary increases may also be applied to each subsequent year of your course, subject to government regulations on fee increases. Tuition fees for international students will be £22,000 per annum. For general information please see the undergraduate finance pages.
- Academic department
- School of Chemical Engineering and Analytical Science
- Contact name
- Dr James Winterburn
- +44 (0)161 306 9331
- +44 (0)161 306 9321
- Academic department overview
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