Welcome to the School of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering's outreach microsite
Here, you'll find out more about the School, our courses, and how studying with us can be the catalyst for an amazing career!
Find out more about our upcoming events below!
Chemistry at Work
30th November 2020 - 25th January 2021
We've partnered with the Royal Society of Chemistry to bring you Chemistry at Work 2020 - you'll be able to learn more about careers in chemistry from a host of local, national, and international employers, as well as how a degree in chemistry or medicinal chemistry from Queen's can help you to get that dream job!
Open to students, parents/guardians, and teachers, you'll also be able to join us for live interactive sessions with our industrial partners, giving you the opportunity to get the inside track on chemistry careers!
Click here to visit the Chemistry at Work microsite, and find out more about this really exciting initiative!
UCAS Offer Holder/Applicant Q&A Event
Saturday 12th December, 14:00 - 14:45
Have you applied to study at the School of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering, or hold an offer for one of our courses? This event will provide you with the opportunity to chat with senior chemistry and chemical engineering staff about the School, our courses, and why you should study with us here at Queen's!
To find out more about the event, click here!
Engineering and Physical Sciences Applicant Day
Saturday 6th February 2021 at 10am
If you've applied to study at the School of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering, then this is the event for you!
This online open event will allow you to virtually tour the Queen's campus, including the David Keir Building, home to the School of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering! You'll also be able to find out lots more about student life as well as what it's like to study at the School, and you'll be able to say hi to our academics too!
Registration for this event opens later this year, so be sure to check back often for updates!
Want to know more about our degree pathways in chemistry, chemical engineering, or medicinal chemistry? Use the links below to get started!
Click the image above to learn more about our undergraduate chemical engineering pathways.