Chemical Engineering

Chemical Engineering at the School of Engineering

The University of Edinburgh and Heriot-Watt University are launching a new Centre for Doctoral Training Programme focussing on generation-after-next technologies for information processing in defence & security, spanning the entire range from hardware development to algorithmic AI development

Research Student holding an electronic sensing device

MEng Chemical Engineering, 2012

Why did you choose to study at the University of Edinburgh?

Choosing a University to study at was not easy. However, I decided to pick Edinburgh because:

Ian Cook

MEng (Hons) Chemical Engineering, 2012

Why did you choose to study at The University of Edinburgh?

I chose Edinburgh after visiting several University open days. I liked the city, campus, and the department was well rated. 

Michael Bryce

Chan's ambition is to make a positive impact on the environment through his career as a chemical engineer; through process engineering and optimisation of the battery manufacturing process or material design of next-gen batteries.

MSc Advanced Chemical Engineering, 2019

What path has your career taken since graduation?

Since graduation, I have worked in two different roles, one as an engineering consultant in the surfactants industry (Stepan Company) and one as a project manager in the specialty chemicals and fermentation industry (Lonza Specialty Ingredients). I have also obtained my Project Management Professional (PMP) certification in the last few years.

Dylan Pilarski


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