Focus On: Chemical Engineering
Thinking about studying chemical engineering?
Want to know more about the subject, how you can have a real impact as a chemical engineer at a global scale, or what you career could be like? This is just the page for you!
Below, you'll be able to hear from our staff, students, and graduates about chemical engineering, and how its allowed them to make a difference!
WHAT IS CHEMICAL ENGINEERING?
Professor David Rooney, Professor of Chemical Engineering, introduces the area of chemical engineering in the video below, and provides more information about careers in chemical engineering can have a positive impact on you, and the world around you!
ENGINEER YOUR CAREER
Chemical engineering plays host to a massive range of exciting and rewarding careers that can really help you to make a difference at a global level. Our chemical engineering graduates have travelled far and wide to work for some of the world's biggest companies - you'll be able to hear more from some of them below!
Before that, why not watch the video from Dr Nancy Artioli, who'll tell you more about career opportunities, and how taking placement opportunties during your chemical enginering degree at Queen's can really help to boost your career!
Our graduates’ skills and knowledge allows them to work in a diverse range of areas, including across a number of key industries related to health and sustainability. You’ll be able to hear from some of or graduates below, and learn more about their career journeys - just click the play buttons!
Find out more about how industrial placements have benefitted our students, and how the chemical engineering course has helped them perform to an exceptional level during their time in industry! To hear from each of our students, just click the play buttons beside each photo!
Can't see the videos above?
Want to find out more about studying chemical engineering at Queen’s?
We’ve asked Dr. Danai Poulidi, Senior Lecturer and Advisor of Studies at the School to answer some common questions about the course, and the School of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering - to see Danai’s answers to these questions, just click on the question marks below!