Chemical Engineering




Undergraduate Programmes

Chemical engineers turn chemical discoveries into safe, affordable and sustainable processes for the manufacture of products essential in a modern society. As a chemical engineer, you could be in demand all over the world working to meet global challenges in matters of health, environment and energy.

What is Chemical Engineering?
Chemical Engineering at UCL

The department offers both BEng and MEng undergraduate programmes. Our programmes are designed to be flexible. You will start on a core programme, but as you progress through your degree you will have a variety of options that you can select as you gain a better understanding of the field and what interests you – you don’t have to make your mind up now.

Do you need financial support? 

The Gwen Macdonald Bursary aims to assist prospective undergraduate students studying Chemical Engineering at UCL with maintenance costs (£10,416.66 per year). There will be one bursary available for academic year 2017/2018 .

For eligibility requirements please visit our Gwen Macdonald Bursary webpage. 

What next?

Use the links on the right to explore our programmes. Information on entry requirements and how to apply can be found on the UCL Prospective Students website.

Rewatch our latest Virtual Open Days from 21 June 2017 and 30 May 2017.

Our academic staff will be available online to answer all your questions about the application process, course content, research opportunities, financial support and career destinations of UCL graduates. 

You can also find out what it is like to study at UCL by viewing our past student profiles.