Best Universities for Chemical, process & energy engineering
|University of Bath||#7|
|University of Bradford||#9|
|Imperial College London||#11|
|University of Strathclyde||#12|
|University of Birmingham||#13|
|University of Surrey||#14|
|The University of Manchester||#15|
|University of Hull||#16|
- TEACHING MODE:
- Blended learning.
- OPEN DAYS:
- On-campus open day on 17th Sep.
- TEACHING NOTES:
- Teaching, research, and training will start on schedule and will be a combination of on-campus (in-person) and remote (online).
5 Chemical, process & energy engineering reviews at Imperial College London
Chemical Engineering, MEng HonsBy member868847 On 11th May 22 Verified student
chemical engineering is difficult. run away
Chemical Engineering, MEng HonsBy member557308 On 4th May 21 Verified student
Good quality of teaching although it's been delivered online. Nice professors and great interaction in class! Useful to learn knowledge.
Chemical Engineering, MEng HonsBy member1056272 On 15th April 21 Verified student
it is suitable for students who have fundamental knowledge and research experience in relevant area and best know some computing skills
Chemical Engineering, MEng HonsBy member1039291 On 12th June 19
Some lecturers seem indifferent to students and don’t care about them at all. There is a significant lack of empathy if there are personal issues and the department as a whole is solely focussed on the research rather than teaching at all
Chemical Engineering, MEng HonsBy Sandy On 8th October 15
Only a 1st year but have been a great experience already. The support and facilities provided are immensely satisfying.