MSc in Advanced Chemical Engineering, University of Edinburgh
From Billy Rosendale on November 17th, 2016
From carbon capture to sustainable water resources, from alternative energy technologies to advanced pharmaceutical processes, chemical engineers address the frontiers of important global challenges. A one year programme at the University of Edinburgh will immerse you in the most current developments in these fields through a combination of taught modules, workshops, a research dissertation and a number of supporting activities, with a particular emphasis on multi-scale approaches to chemical engineering from nano-scale to process scale.
A unique feature of the programme is a strong involvement of the chemical engineering industry. The programme is advised by an Industrial Board of Experts, while summer research dissertation projects are formulated and co-advised by industrial partners, with topics ranging from computational fluid dynamics for medical applications to carbon capture and storage to continuous manufacturing for the pharmaceutical industry.
The current 2016/17 class is composed of 15 students from 7 countries, while 13 industrial partners will participate in the supervision of the summer dissertation projects.
Further information and instructions on how to apply can be found on the can be found on the University of Edinburgh's School of Engineering website: