MRes Chemical Engineering and Technology 12 months Postgraduate Program By University of Nottingham Ningbo China |Top Universities
Program Duration

12 monthsProgram duration

Tuitionfee

15,946 USDTuition Fee/year

Scholarship

YesScholarships

Main Subject Area

Engineering - ChemicalMain Subject Area

Program overview

Main Subject

Engineering - Chemical

Degree

MRes

Study Level

Masters

Study Mode

Blended

This course is structured to accommodate the interests of Chemical Engineering and Chemical Technology students from an engineering or scientific background.

Core learning outcomes include an understanding of the principle of advanced chemical processes and chemical technologies, and developing the ability and skills to design the relevant processes and devices to achieve desired commercial reality.

Students have the opportunity to explore these in experiment and modelling oriented projects, and complete the course by analysis and interpretation of the research results and writing up a dissertation for examination according to the established procedure at the University of Nottingham.

By taking a multi-disciplinary approach to teaching and learning the subject, the course aims to support students in understanding the subject and provide them with the ability to apply it in industrial practices or further studies.

The specific objectives are as follows:

  • to encourage integration between the separate disciplinary areas
  • to promote innovation and design creativity within a sound operational context
  • to develop the students' transferable skills in research methods at the postgraduate level
  • to facilitate an in-depth investigation of a relevant topic through independent research

Depending on the availability of teaching resources and demands in future, this MRes programme may introduce optional modules to reflect the progress and state of the art advances in Mechanical/Materials areas. These may include advanced CFD, advanced FE analysis and the updated knowledge of viscous flow and heat transfer, vibration dynamics together with advanced manufacturing technologies, advanced production and assembly system and composite materials.

Program overview

Main Subject

Engineering - Chemical

Degree

MRes

Study Level

Masters

Study Mode

Blended

This course is structured to accommodate the interests of Chemical Engineering and Chemical Technology students from an engineering or scientific background.

Core learning outcomes include an understanding of the principle of advanced chemical processes and chemical technologies, and developing the ability and skills to design the relevant processes and devices to achieve desired commercial reality.

Students have the opportunity to explore these in experiment and modelling oriented projects, and complete the course by analysis and interpretation of the research results and writing up a dissertation for examination according to the established procedure at the University of Nottingham.

By taking a multi-disciplinary approach to teaching and learning the subject, the course aims to support students in understanding the subject and provide them with the ability to apply it in industrial practices or further studies.

The specific objectives are as follows:

  • to encourage integration between the separate disciplinary areas
  • to promote innovation and design creativity within a sound operational context
  • to develop the students' transferable skills in research methods at the postgraduate level
  • to facilitate an in-depth investigation of a relevant topic through independent research

Depending on the availability of teaching resources and demands in future, this MRes programme may introduce optional modules to reflect the progress and state of the art advances in Mechanical/Materials areas. These may include advanced CFD, advanced FE analysis and the updated knowledge of viscous flow and heat transfer, vibration dynamics together with advanced manufacturing technologies, advanced production and assembly system and composite materials.

Admission requirements

Undergraduate

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6+
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79+
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  • Course requirements - an honours degree at 2.1 or masters at merit level or above in a relevant subject (or international equivalent).
  • Relevant disciplines include Mechanical Engineering, Manufacturing Engineering, Materials, Aeronautical Engineering, Chemical Engineering and other related engineering backgrounds subject to completion of suitable modules.
  • Language requirements - Applicants whose first language is not English or whose entry qualification was not obtained in the English medium are required to provide evidence of their proficiency in English.
1 Year
Sep

Tuition fee and scholarships

Domestic Students

14,495 USD
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International Students

15,946 USD
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