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Register for our graduate open days and learn more about our new MScs

We are delighted to offer three new interdisciplinary MSc programmes at UCL Chemical Engineering. These courses are designed to enable the next generation of engineers and scientists to harness new technologies and methodologies that are transforming the materials, manufacturing and transport industries and hold the key to ensuring sustainable development in these sectors.

Our courses are housed in purpose-built, state-of-the-art, interdisciplinary labs – the Manufacturing Futures Lab and the Advanced Propulsion Lab – at Marshgate in UCL's brand-new campus in East London. UCL is world-leading university, ranked 8th overall in QS World University Rankings 2023, with our department being ranked 19th globally for Chemical Engineering

These courses respond to a demand within industry and academia reflected in job openings in sectors such as pharmaceuticals, healthcare, electronics and automotive, green & renewable energy, food and fine chemicals and many others, as well as PhD positions at universities in the UK and internationally. Significant investment is being made in these areas in the private and public sectors alike. 

Interested in learning more?

Join one of our open days this April. We will be running three virtual open days along with one joint face-to-face Graduate Open Evening on 26th April from 4 PM - 6 PM. Programme applications for a September start close on 30 June 2023.  


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Nature-Inspired Solutions MSc  

This programme will teach you to translate insights from natural materials, processes, and systems, into disruptive and sustainable technologies to drive bio-inspired innovation in diverse industries, including process engineering, materials, manufacturing, biomedicine, catalysis, water, renewable energy, built environment, or biosciences. 

 

Nature-Inspired Solutions MSc Virtual Open Day: Open day: 17 April 2023 - 11 AM to 12 PM


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Advanced Propulsion MSc 

In Advanced Propulsion MSc, you will learn to address the challenges of Net Zero in the areas of batteries, fuel cells and electric machines. You will also have the option to specialise in one of three routes: materials, electrochemical power sources, or systems.  

This innovative and highly interdisciplinary programme in new state-of-the art facilities has been designed and will be delivered with industry partners, giving you the edge in a fast-paced and competitive sector. 

 

Advanced Propulsion MSc Virtual Open Day: 18 April 2023 - 11 AM to 12 PM


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Digital Manufacturing of Advanced Materials MSc 

You will gain highly demanded multi-disciplinary skills ranging from material synthesis and characterisation, over high-throughput experimentation with robotics and flow chemistry, automation and data management, to computational tools such as machine learning.  

DMAM provides a holistic digital approach to develop and produce advanced materials such as new drug molecules and pharmaceuticals, materials for energy generation and storage, catalysts facilitating sustainable processes, functional nanomaterials for precious metal recovery or biomedical applications, and more. 

Digital Manufacturing of Advanced Materials MSc Virtual Open Day: 19 April 2023 - 11 AM to 12 PM 


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UCL Chemical Engineering Graduate Open Evening (Face-to-Face)

Visit us on-campus to explore new opportunities for postgraduate study at UCL Chemical Engineering.

Meet and talk to our staff and students, visit our department labs and learn more about our three MSc programmes launching in September 2023 at our brand new UCL East Campus in East London.

Graduate Open Evening (Face-to-Face): Roberts Building, 26 April - 4 pm to 6 pm

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