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The energy needs of the world's population keep growing, with the most common source of energy being fossil fuels. These energy sources generate carbon dioxide, which ultimately results in climate change. Fossil fuels need to be burnt more efficiently and cleanly while, at the same time, renewable and sustainable sources of energy must be developed.
On this Chemical and Energy Engineering degree, you’ll develop the skills needed to work in the chemical, energy and related industries. You’ll learn about fundamental science and mathematical concepts such as process modelling, thermodynamics and materials science, but you’ll also gain specialised knowledge and skills in topics such as combustion processes and renewable energy technologies.
Our courses are shaped by our world-leading research in areas such as advanced engineering materials, innovative manufacturing and sustainable systems.
During your project work you will access specialist facilities and laboratories.
Our theoretical modules are supported by extensive practical sessions in the laboratory, allowing you to perform experiments that reinforce the material taught to you in the lectures.
Small tutorial groups are used to support the teaching, so you get regular feedback from the academic staff helping you solve any problems that you might have with a particular topic.
Contact Faculty of Engineering and Physical Sciences, University of Leeds to find course entry requirements.
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