About this program
Chemical Engineering, BEng
Chemical Engineers pioneer materials and technologies of the future; they design and develop the processes behind today’s most useful products. In studying this program, you will further develop your knowledge in chemistry and engineering, and develop the skills for a rewarding career.
Chemical Engineers do not work in isolation and modern engineering is just as much about effective teamwork and communication, as it is the underlying science. As a result, our accredited Chemical Engineering program recognises the broad field of the subject by starting with a general first year, which is shared among all engineering subjects at Lancaster.
You will explore core themes of design, materials, thermodynamics and heat transfer, along with appropriate mathematical study in the first year. Alongside these, you will develop your design, problem-solving, management and leadership skills.
Following the first year, where you will have developed a solid foundation of engineering knowledge and begun to explore a variety of different areas of the discipline, you will have the opportunity to consider and plan your academic progression. At this stage, you may choose to begin your Chemical Engineering study, or move onto any of our other specialist programs.
In the second year, you will begin to encounter specialist modules in chemical engineering, and you will continue to develop your core skills as an engineer. This year, you will also be encouraged to engage with and solve increasingly open-ended, real-world problems. Alongside the technical modules, you will develop your creativity, entrepreneurial and analytical skills, improving your employability.
On this program, you may decide to spend a year in industry, gaining valuable experience and enhancing your employability. We have extensive links built through our leadership in research and have students undergoing placements with multinational corporate companies through to smaller specialist SMEs. We would recommend the most appropriate time to do this would be at the end of year two, once you have gained a reasonable amount of engineering knowledge.
- A Level ABB
- Required Subjects A level Mathematics and a Physical Science: Chemistry, Physics or Biology
- GCSE Minimum of four GCSEs at grade B or 5 with Mathematics at grade B or 6, and GCSE English Language at grade C or 4. GCSE Chemistry at grade B required with an A-level in Physics or Biology.
- IELTS 6.5 overall with at least 5.5 in each component.
International Baccalaureate 32 points overall with 16 points from the best 3 Higher Level subjects including either:
- Mathematics HL grade 6 (either pathway) plus grade 6 in a HL Physical Science
- Mathematics HL grade 6 (either pathway) plus grade 6 in two SL Physical Sciences
- Mathematics SL grade 7 (Analysis and Approaches) plus HL grade 6 in a Physical Science
- Acceptable physical science subjects include Physics, Chemistry, and Biology. Other physical sciences at HL may be considered. GCSE Chemistry at grade B required with a HL in Physics or Biology.
- BTEC Considered alongside A level Chemistry
We welcome applications from students with a range of alternative UK and international qualifications, including combinations of qualifications.
For more information about admission requirements, please visit the university website.
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- Design, Innovation and 3-D Thinking
- Electrical and Electronics Fundamentals
- Engineering Mathematics I
- Engineering Mathematics II
- Engineering Mathematics III
- Engineering Mathematics IV
- Fundamentals of Chemistry for Engineers
- Fundamentals of Digital Electronics
- Fundamentals of Electronic Instrumentation
- Heat Transfer
- Introduction to Engineering Thermodynamics
- Manufacturing Fundamentals
- Mechanics of Materials
- Process Engineering Fundamentals
- Programming Fundamentals
- Business Development Project
- Chemical Engineering Laboratory Projects I
- Engineering Analysis
- Engineering design project
- Fluid mechanics and Chemical engineering thermodynamics
- Instrumentation and Control
- Mass transfer
- Particle Technology and Separation Processes
- Reactors and Equipment
- Advanced Process Transfers
- Catalytic and bio-reaction engineering
- Chemical Engineering Design and Process Safety
- Chemical Process Design Project
- Computer Applications in Process Engineering
- Energy Conversion
- Engineering Management
- For UK students: £9,250 per year
- For International students: £24,070 per year
Because of the interdisciplinary nature of chemical engineering, our graduates can gain access to a vast range of exciting industries, including Energy, Oil and Gas, Water, Manufacturing and Process industries. Alternatively, you may wish to undertake postgraduate level study at Lancaster and pursue a career in research or teaching.
About this institute
Lancaster University is located in the northwest of England near the major cities of Manchester and Liverpool. It was established in 1964 as a collegiate university with a reputation for innovation. Lancaster is one of the few UK universities to...
Why study at Lancaster University
With nearly 50 years of experience in international higher education, LdM is dedicated to delivering high-quality learning opportunities to students from around the globe. By expanding their knowledge and understanding of the world, LdM challenges students to evolve within the global community, focusing on the lessons of past and present cultures to cultivate a better tomorrow. Through experiential learning at both of our sites in Italy, LdM fosters students’ professional and personal development and empowers them to move towards their academic and career goals.
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