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Advanced Chemical Engineering (Taught)

Advanced Chemical Engineering (Taught)

  • QS World University Rankings
  • Degree MPhil
  • Study Level Masters
  • Duration 11 months

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The programme is a full-time course occupying one year which will start in late September/early October. During the first two terms, students take a total of ten taught modules, the choice of which includes a combination of core chemical engineering modules and elective modules based on engineering and business/management-related subjects. During March to August, students undertake a full-time research project, the results of which are submitted as a dissertation. Modules are taught by a combination of formal lectures, demonstrations, discussion classes and example problems. The taught material enhances basic knowledge of chemical engineering fundamentals, as well as offering experience of other science- and business-based disciplines. The courses are assessed by both unseen examination and written coursework. During the first two terms, students take ten taught modules. Each module usually contains at least 16 hours of contact time (lectures, tutorials, etc) and students are expected to spend at least 16 hours per week on private study and coursework preparation.