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20 February 2017 to 24 February 2017

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Undergraduate degrees

UNSW Engineering offers more degree specialisations than anywhere else. Explore our range of undergraduate degrees to find your fit today.

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Industry partners

We have developed remarkably strong links with other Schools within UNSW Australia, with industry and with professional societies.

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Research priorities

Read about the School of Chemical Engineering's research priorities and focus areas. 

Research centres

We are involved in a number of research bodies which broadly cover the areas of Energy and Resources, Water and Health.

About us

About the School

The School of Chemical Engineering is well known as a top provider of quality education and cutting-edge research. Our focus has been and always will be to deliver the best we possibly can to the future of the fields of chemical engineering, industrial chemistry and food science and technology.

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