Industrial Experience 16th December 2022
Matt, a final-year student, has kindly taken the time to tell us more about his recent Industrial Placement at Edwards Ltd as part of his MEng Chemical Engineering with Industrial Experience degree. He gives us an insight into his degree choice, his time on his placement, and advice for other students looking to undertake an […]
Student experience 1st June 2021
Miew Ki is a third year MEng Chemical Engineering student who has written a guest blog about her experiences coming from Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia to study in Manchester.
Chemical engineers at work 7th April 2021
Final year student Fleur undertook a placement year at GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) Barnard Castle as part of her MEng Chemical Engineering with Industrial Experience degree, working at a secondary pharmaceuticals manufacturing site with a role as a process engineer based within the capital projects team.
Student experience 31st March 2021
Read about our first in a series of Entrepreneur Events.
Student experience 4th March 2021
Read about our recent Careers and Employability event with speakers from BP, Unilever and GSK.
Industrial Experience 17th February 2021
Karuna is a final year MEng Chemical Engineering student and in this guest blog post shares their experiences of a summer internship in the Fast-Moving Consumer Goods (FMCG) industry.
Student experience 29th November 2020
Hear from Darius, a fourth year student, who tells us more about what blended learning is and his experience of this type of teaching and learning over the past year.
Meet the Department 21st July 2020
We introduce the academic staff who are responsible for shaping your undergraduate experience and introductory study into Chemical Engineering.
Student experience 30th June 2020
A team from The University of Manchester have been awarded the IChemE Macnab-Lacey Prize for their sustainable chemical engineering design project.
Student experience 31st March 2016
The ride is in aid of Breast Cancer Now, the largest breast cancer charity in the UK, which has the aim of ensuring everyone diagnosed with the disease after 2050 survives. Once I put my name down and my deposit was paid, I had to get stuck in. If I didn’t, my deposit would be lost (which, as a student, wasn’t something I could even bear thinking about).