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Nuclear power is a major component of the energy supply mix of many industrialised nations. Concerns over climate change have prompted a major resurgence of interest in nuclear power in the UK and elsewhere, meaning that the current shortage of skilled engineers capable of designing, building, operating and decommissioning such facilities is likely to grow in the future.
Our Chemical and Nuclear Engineering degree will give you specialist knowledge in various aspects of nuclear energy, so that after graduation you can expect to pursue an exciting and highly rewarding career in the industry. Taught by experts in the field, you’ll also gain a broad knowledge of key topics across the field of chemical engineering, such as thermodynamics and materials science, to complement your specialist skills.
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.
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