Best Universities for Chemical, process & energy engineering
|University of Strathclyde||#12|
|University of Birmingham||#13|
|University of Surrey||#14|
|The University of Manchester||#15|
|University of Hull||#16|
|University of Edinburgh||#18|
|University of Aberdeen||#19|
|University of Leeds||#20|
- TEACHING MODE:
- Blended learning.
- OPEN DAYS:
- On-campus open days on 1st Oct, 29th Oct & 26th Nov.
- TEACHING NOTES:
- Their approach to teaching and learning will be campus based and digitally enhanced, and the majority of your teaching will be delivered in person.
7 Chemical, process & energy engineering reviews at University of Hull
Chemical Engineering, BEng HonsBy Harvey JC On 4th July 20
Had a great 4 years. Can’t knock the facilities, culture or funding
Chemical Engineering, MEng HonsBy Sykyra102 On 4th October 19
Most of the lecturers are brilliant (for ChemEng): they take their time to explain concepts well and are useful if you request for help within office hours. They do also make you aware of skills you will need to work on in order to actually succeed within industry. The student support for this course, however, is a complete joke; no-one is aware of policies and vital module information and there’s no place to find information regarding the course generally. This is one thing that need to be improved. Some of the module leaders do not respond to emails and there is a lack of structure in terms of timetabling. Communication between the hub and lecturers needs improving and general organisation e.g. classification policy, degree percentages, deadlines, academic calendars, mitigation ect. The tutors are not helpful and supervisors don’t care about students doing dissertations. If the above points could be improved it would be an excellent course.
Chemical Engineering, BEng HonsBy member1237818 On 13th May 19
The department need a lot of work, staff are sometimes unprofessional, unaware of dissertation information that is vital and some have questionable teaching methods and treatment of students. There is a huge lack in communication between departments and huns as well as departments and students.
Chemical Engineering, BEng HonsBy member537073 On 14th April 19
Fully enjoy the course, highly recommend.
Chemical Engineering, BEng HonsBy member925488 On 23rd December 16
I wish there were more availability for placements and the tutors actually cared about improving the status of the university as opposed to doing it for the money. Also, it seems like the university don't care about their students aiming for firsts. Second class degrees seem adequate enough for student to achieve and it's really disheartening given better universities are higher ranked due to pushing their students and providing opportunities for growth. Waste of 9000 a year.
Chemical Engineering, BEng HonsBy member621838 On 14th April 16
Chemical Engineering, MEng HonsBy member1319321 On 19th November 15
I am yet to meet with my personal tutor and I am worried about job prospects due to the university of hull not being a Russell group uni.