Resources for chemical engineering students
The information and resources listed below are specifically designed for those already studying chemical engineering at university, in addition to the resources available to all members.
If you’re still at school and would like more information about what chemical engineering is and what chemical engineers do, visit the whynotchemeng area.
For details of universities who offer accredited chemical engineering degree programmes visit our Education area.
Our student pocketbook is full of essential concepts, principles and formulae to help chemical engineering students with their studies, and beyond.
There are various options available for those looking to continue on at university after completing their undergraduate degree. Courses range from one-year taught courses to three-year research degrees.
Bursaries and prizes
There are a wide range of medals, awards, prizes and bursaries available from IChemE, its member groups and special interest groups. Find out which ones are relevant to students and those in the early stages of their career.
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.
IChemE Safety Centre (ISC) process safety diary scheme
The ISC has produced educational resources, including the process safety diary scheme for undergraduate students, which are free to download to help improve process safety education.