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Department of Chemical Engineering
We offer undergraduate and postgraduate degrees that draw on our innovative research and links with industrial and commercial sectors.
Put your theory into practice with a year-long, paid placement during your engineering degree. You could earn between £14,000 and £25,000.
Our group and individual projects give you the chance to work on problems relevant to industry and develop your technical, professional and design skills.
Sam Lewis is spending his placement year working as an Engineering Intern at Patheon, a contract development and manufacturing organisation.
Oruese Omoru explains why he chose to study chemical engineering and how the University of Bath has set him up for the future.
We offer two specialist master's courses that focus on sustainable and environmental elements of chemical engineering processes and products.
Our international reputation for research makes Bath an ideal place to pursue a research degree, whether you want an academic career or to work in industry.
Find out about the latest funded and self-funded PhD project and studentship opportunities in our Department and Doctoral Training Centres.
Train as a researcher at the interface of hydroinformatics, science and engineering. Develop the skills needed to lead innovation in the water industry.
Our CDT goes beyond the traditional engineering disciplines to bring together students from backgrounds in sciences, mathematics and social sciences.
Our research focuses on sustainability. We improve products and processes in areas key to society including water, energy and food, health and well-being.
The success of our spin-out company has seen our research on structured adsorbents applied across the rail sector to improve rolling stock efficiency.
The University of Bath is leading the way in the UK’s efforts to develop lab-grown meat, which could be on supermarket shelves within five years.
PhD Chemical Engineer, Parimala Shivaprasad, is setting up a social enterprise in India to use flowers discarded from religious ceremonies and festivals.
New 25-minute test could simplify initial diagnosis of urinary tract infections and assist in the fight against the global threat of antibiotic resistance