Information and advice for young members
Young member resources
In addition to the tools and resources available to all members such as The Chemical Engineer, Loss Prevention Bulletin (LPB) and Knovel, the resources listed below have been developed for our young members to help with studying, job hunting and planning their journey towards Chartered Chemical Engineer status.
You may also be interested in a series of articles entitled 'Careers in Chemical Engineering' which showcase a diverse range of career opportunities. IChemE member Yasmin Ali talks to fellow chemical engineers to find out what they do, how they got there, and why they do it.
Our student pocketbook is full of useful concepts, principles and formulae to help chemical engineering students with their studies, and beyond.
Job-hunters' survival kit
This booklet contains loads of useful information for those looking for jobs, creating a CV or attending interviews.
Designed to help our graduate members in their steps toward Chartered Chemical Engineer, this guide contains information about the application process, membership routes and frequently asked questions.
Postgraduate chemical engineering courses
A list of chemical engineering (and related) postgraduate taught courses and research options at universities in the UK and Ireland.
Thoughts on organisation and development
A guide for students, graduates and new entrants to the engineering industry, giving an insight into the practical aspects of working in an engineering office. Written by IChemE member Aaron White.