The chemical engineering discipline at the University of Newcastle is ranked in the top 150 universities in the world. (QS World Universities Ranking 2013).

Bachelor of Engineering (Chemical)

Why study with us?

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Chemical engineering is at the forefront of efforts to address the most significant issues facing the international community in the 21st Century including the provision of potable water, overcoming greenhouse gas emissions and the establishment of clean energy sources. By turning raw matter into something we can use, chemical engineers are making positive impacts on these and many more issues worldwide.

The chemical engineering discipline at the University of Newcastle is ranked in the top 150 universities in the world by QS World Universities Ranking (2013).

When you study a chemical engineering degree at the University of Newcastle you will have access to world-class facilities and highly respected teaching staff that play an active role in the industry and are world leading researchers.

Our graduates are among those achieving meaningful outcomes in chemical engineering. By studying the Bachelor of Engineering (Chemical) you will have the opportunity to be part of an industry pioneering positive change. 

The Bachelor of Engineering (Chemical) is accredited by Engineers Australia, The Institution of Chemical Engineers (UK) and other affiliated international organisations.

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