Chemical engineers are responsible for the chemical and biochemical transformations behind thousands of everyday products, in a wide variety of industries, from the manufacture of medicines to freeze-drying food.
We'll teach you the theory and practical application of chemical engineering, including how to use industrial apparatus in our very own pilot plant.
Our professionally accredited BEng Honours degree is the broadest ranging of our degrees.
It will equip you with knowledge and skills across the full spectrum of chemical engineering topics - such as thermodynamics, plant design and process control - allowing you to keep your career options open.
At Newcastle you will join a School of Chemical Engineering and Advanced Materials with a long-standing reputation for teaching quality and student support.
Our MEng degrees are considered a more direct route to becoming a Chartered Engineer (CEng) as they completely satisfy the academic requirements to achieve this professional qualification. This means you will not have to undertake any further study on the route to chartered status
As a chemical engineering student at Newcastle, you will join our School of Chemical Engineering and Advanced Materials.
Newcastle students graduate fully equipped with the skills they will need thanks to our strong links with industry experts:
This degree is approved by the Defence Technical Undergraduate Scheme (DTUS) for entry to all technical corps.
DTUS is a Ministry of Defence sponsorship programme.
It is for students who, when they graduate, want to become a technical officer in:
Newcastle is one of only 10 UK universities taking part in DTUS. Find out more on the Armed Forces page on our website.
Working with the Singapore Institute of Technology, Newcastle University also offers a full-time BEng Honours degree in Chemical Engineering in Singapore. Find out more on the School of Chemical Engineering and Advanced Materials' website.
My course is challenging but rewarding as well. Each of my classes builds on one another which can make it difficult at times, but this forces me to understand and examine each one of my subjects and how it relates to an overall perspective.
Newcastle University has allowed me to have a balance between work and play. The academic side of university is challenging and interesting. There are many societies and clubs to get involved in. All the students that go here are nice and friendly.