A first or strong second class UK honours degree or internationally recognised equivalent in Chemical, Biochemical or Environmental Engineering. Applications from other relevant engineering and science disciplines will be considered on an individual basis.
Months of entry
The MSc in Sustainable Chemical Engineering is designed for ambitious graduates who aspire to play leading roles in managing, innovating and delivering resource efficient products, processes and systems in a sustainable way.
Why study Sustainable Chemical Engineering
The process industry has a high dependence on material and energy resources. Because of this, there is a strong interest in improving resource efficiency to increase competitiveness and decrease environmental impact.
Resource efficiency is about 'doing more and/or better with less' and delivering this sustainably presents a major opportunity and challenge for engineers and scientists. Industry needs skilled graduates with the expertise to take up this challenge now.
This programme benefits from the support of our multidisciplinary EPSRC Centres for Doctoral Training:
- Sustainable Chemical Technologies (University of Bath)
- Water Informatics: Science and Engineering (Universities of Bath, Exeter, Bristol, Cardiff)
- Catalysis (Universities of Bath, Cardiff, Bristol).
The three Centres for Doctoral Training offer excellent opportunities for cross-disciplinary projects in engineering and science as well as access to a lively programme of talks and other events throughout the year. At the start of the MSc programme you will be assigned a doctoral student who will act as your mentor in addition to an academic tutor and supervisor.
Qualification and course duration
Course contact details
- Faculty of Engineering & Design Graduate School