Best Universities for Chemical, process & energy engineering
Newcastle Student Accommodation
- TEACHING MODE:
- OPEN DAYS:
- On-campus open days on 24th Jun, 25th Jun, 1st Oct & 19th Nov.
- TEACHING NOTES:
- All students studying on an on-campus programme will receive in-person teaching. The blended approach means that the university plan to deliver lectures and small group learning, teaching, and assessment through a combination of on-campus, in-person, and online methods
10 Chemical, process & energy engineering reviews at Newcastle University
Chemical Engineering, MEng HonsBy member860936 On 14th July 21
Again let down by the response to COVID
Chemical Engineering, BEng HonsBy member453224 On 23rd December 20
Great help from professors when needed
Chemical Engineering, MEng HonsBy member1152919 On 4th December 20
Would like more guidance from some lecturers
Chemical Engineering, BEng HonsBy Alfieshea96 On 3rd December 20
Good course so far .
Chemical Engineering, BEng HonsBy Zain Shabeeb On 13th August 18
Good course and teachers. Bad job prospects.
Lecturers are all friendly and very approachable and will do anything to help you succeed. The course is very engaging and looks to have great job prospects (I am still a current student)
Chemical Engineering, BEng HonsBy member720775 On 29th January 16
Chemical Engineering, MEng HonsBy member1020671 On 12th January 16
It really is a very uplifting challenging subject which really engages me
Chemical Engineering, MEng HonsBy member1320656 On 12th January 16
It's a very interesting course and I'm glad to have chosen it however it is very intense and requires a lot of time outside of lectures. I don't like the fact that there are so many lectures but that's expected of an intense course.
Chemical Engineering, BEng HonsBy willyboy On 1st December 15
Pretty dull course, not exactly fun and the lecturers are pretty s***, ill get a good job though