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MEng Chemical Engineering with Energy and Environment / Careers
Year of entry: 2021
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Manchester prepared me for a challenging career in nuclear decommissioning.
The proactive learning style has benefited me when pursuing opportunities in my career. There is also an international recognition of the standard of Manchester Chemical Engineering graduates that has given me a good base to build on.Kirsty Donovan / Process Engineer, Selafield Ltd
A chemical engineering degree from Manchester can be your ticket into any number of industries. You might, for example, progress to a career in food and drink, chemicals, oil or gas; or you could move into petrochemicals, pharmaceuticals, fast-moving consumer goods, energy generation or waste treatment. Specialising in energy and environment will further boost your appeal to employers.
Your future could lie in design, operations, or as a consultant. Or, you might head down the path of research and development. You could even use the skills you gain to pursue a career in a non-chemical engineering sector, such as business, finance, marketing, banking, insurance, accountancy or IT.
Whatever you decide, you'll be among a cohort of chemical engineering graduates who typically go on to earn more than those progressing from other disciplines. Find out more about our chemical engineering graduates.
- Our Manchester Graduates - Chemical Engineering and Analytical Science (PDF, 546KB)
A degree from The University of Manchester can lead to a number of new and exciting opportunities. Find out about our graduates and their advice for you.
- Our Manchester Graduates (PDF, 546KB)
A degree from The University of Manchester can lead to a number of new and exciting opportunities. Read about our graduates and their advice for you.