The resources listed below are aimed at school students aged 14-18 and can be downloaded/printed as necessary. If you require hard copy literature - perhaps for a careers event or presentation - contact us at email@example.com.
For resources that promote a wider range of engineering careers visit Tomorrow's Engineers.
Leaflet - information for students
A5 leaflet giving an overview of the chemical engineering profession.
Flyer - information for teachers
Information for teachers about whynotchemeng.
Chemical engineering course guide
An overview of undergraduate chemical, biochemical and process engineering undergraduate programmes in the UK and Ireland.
Poster - food glorious food
This poster gives an overview of the work chemical engineers do in the food industry.
Poster - live long and prosper
A poster describing examples of work that chemical engineers undertake in the area of health and wellbeing.
Poster - water water everywhere
Poster explaining what chemical engineers do in the water industry.
Poster - power to the people
This poster gives an idea of what chemical engineers do in the energy sector.
Poster - what is chemical engineering?
Poster explaining what chemical engineering is.
Poster - what chemical engineers do
This poster gives examples of what chemical engineers do.
Poster - rewards and benefits
Reasons to become a chemical engineer.
PowerPoint presentation template
Volunteers/STEM Ambassadors can use this PowerPoint template to develop their own presentation
This PowerPoint presentation can be used a display at careers events. Will rotate continuously when slide show is started.
Factsheet - FAQs
A factsheet listing the most common questions about chemical engineering.
Factsheet - ten reasons to become a chemical engineer
Handout giving reasons why students should become a chemical engineer.
Factsheet - ten differences between chemistry and chemical engineering
Although there is some overlap in the work of chemists and chemical engineers, this handout explains the main differences.
Factsheet - common misconceptions
Incorrect sterotypes about what chemical engineering is and what chemical engineers do.