UCL Department of Chemical Engineering


Postgraduate taught

The UCL Department of Chemical Engineering offers five postgraduate taught programmes

Embarking on postgraduate study is an intense and challenging commitment. You will be part of a community seeking to push the boundaries of our knowledge by applying theoretical rigour and fundamental principles to challenge ideas. We engage all our students in creating an environment that will enable them to flourish and realise their potential. 

MSC in Chemical Process Engineering

Chemical Process Engineering MSc

Process engineering often involves close collaboration between engineers and scientists from a variety of disciplines. This MSc is specifically designed to facilitate this collaboration

UCL researchers in the lab

Advanced Propulsion MSc (new for 2023)

This MSc is designed to address the challenges of the “Clean Economy” by training students to join the next generation of engineers and scientists specialising in batteries, fuel cells and electric machines. 

UCL researchers in the lab

Digital Manufacturing of Advanced Materials MSc (new for 2023)

This MSc provides the holistic approach of engineering advanced materials, in line with the 4th industrial revolution, transforming development and production via smart technologies and digitization. Students will be trained in experimental and computational techniques such as material fabrication, high throughput characterization and machine learning.

UCL researchers in the lab

Nature-Inspired Solutions MSc (new for 2023)

This MSc programme is designed to allow students to develop transformative solutions by drawing on inspirations from nature and by learning how to work in multi-disciplinary teams on interdisciplinary problems.