h830 - Chem Eng with Process Control MEng

Chemical Engineering with Process Control MEng Honours

UCAS Code: H830 (full time: 4 Years)

Course Overview

Control engineers apply engineering principles to design, build, and manage computer-based instrumentation and control systems used in the manufacturing industry.

A student measures the weight of liquids in the lab.

At a Glance


UCAS Institution Name and Code

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Degree Awarded
MEng Honours

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Course Duration
4 Years

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Entry Requirements
A Level: AAB
IB: 34 points

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These help monitor chemical engineering processes involved in producing a wide range of products, and give manufacturers a competitive edge.

This professionally accredited MEng Honours degree introduces you to the state-of the-art in industrial modern control theory.

You will gain chemical engineering knowledge alongside specialist maths and computer skills needed for careers in modern control engineering.

Highlights of this degree

The teaching quality on my course is amazing. I really like the open door policy where I could just meet up with my lecturer and supervisor when I have any problems with my studies.

Sheryl, Chemical Engineering
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Course Details

Modules for 2019 entry

Please note

The module and/or programme information below is for 2019 entry. Our teaching is informed by research and modules change periodically to reflect developments in the discipline, the requirements of external bodies and partners, student feedback, or insufficient numbers of students interested (in an optional module). To find out more read our terms and conditions.

Module/programme information for 2020 entry will be published here as soon as it is available (end of May 2020).

Our degrees are divided into Stages. Each Stage lasts for an academic year and you need to complete modules totalling 120 credits by the end of each Stage. Further information, including the credit value of the module, is available in each of the module descriptions below.

Please be aware that programme modules do change and therefore may differ for your year of entry.

Stage 1

Compulsory modules

Stage 2

Compulsory modules

Stage 3

Compulsory modules

Work Placement (optional)

You can apply to spend 9 to 12 months on an optional work placement between Stages 3 and 4. You can apply to spend your placement year with any organisation and will receive University support to do so. It will extend your degree by a year and is subject to availability. It isn't available if you're spending a year studying abroad. Find out more on about Work Placements.

If you choose this option, you will take the following:

Stage 4

Compulsory modules

Optional modules

You select 10 credits from the following modules:

    Entry Requirements

    All candidates are considered on an individual basis.

    If your qualifications are not listed here, please see our additional entry requirements web pages to find out which other qualifications are considered. 

    The entrance requirements below apply to 2020 entry.

    Undergraduate Admissions Policy

    See our Admissions Policy (PDF: 71 KB).

    See further policies related to admission.


    Chemical Engineering careers

    Chemical engineers play a crucial role in many aspects of our everyday life. They are employed across a wide range of sectors helping with the management of resources, the protection of the environment and the control of health and safety procedures, while developing and managing the processes that make the products we desire or depend on.

    Our graduates are targeted by prestigious and high profile organisations from sectors including pharmaceuticals, chemicals, energy, oil and gas, water, environment, biotechnology and food and drink.

    International opportunities are available for experienced graduates with an interest in working outside the UK. Past graduates have built and run plants in the Far East, operated water treatment processes in the Gulf and developed catalysts in Chicago.

    Chemical Engineering is a degree that is well respected in industry and commerce. The wide scope of the training and skills you receive in your degree studies is highly valued by many different organisations and opens up opportunities in careers ranging from ground breaking research and consultancy to business and management.

    Our extensive network of industry contacts and strong partnership with the University Careers Service enables us to equip our students with the necessary skills and experience to secure challenging and rewarding graduate employment.

    Find out more about the career options for Chemical Engineering from Prospects: The UK's Official Careers Website.

    For more information on careers in chemical engineering or industrial sponsorship, contact:

    The Institution of Chemical Engineers
    Telephone: 01788 578 214
    Website: www.icheme.org

    Royal Academy of Engineering
    Telephone: 020 7222 2688
    Website: www.raeng.org.uk/education

    What our graduates go on to do: employment and further study choices

    See what our recent graduates went on to do and view graduate destinations statistics. These statistics are based on what graduates were doing on a specific date, approximately six months after graduation. Take a look at the most recent data available for our graduates.

    The destination data is available in varying levels, beginning with the University and moving through Faculty and School down to individual course reports. This final level may give you some useful ideas about possible options after your course or a course you are considering.

    Careers and employability at Newcastle

    Newcastle University consistently has one of the best records for graduate employment in the UK.

    96% of our 2017 UK-domiciled UG/PG graduates progressed to employment or further study within six months of graduating.

    85.5% of our graduates are in graduate level employment or further study within six months of graduating.

    We provide an extensive range of opportunities to all students through an initiative called ncl+. This enables you to develop personal, employability and enterprise skills and to give you the edge in the employment market after you graduate.

    Our award-winning Careers Service is one of the largest and best in the country, and we have strong links with employers.

    Fees & Funding



    Applying to Newcastle University through UCAS

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    UCAS codes for Newcastle University

    • institution name - NEWC
    • institution code - N21

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