Why Study PCE ?

Why Study PCE ?

"Why engineering? 

Because this degree is more than just a piece of paper - it's the key that opens the door to a limitless world of opportunities."

Ailbhe Connolly, Class of 2014, Zenith Technologies, San Diego, California 

Why study CK600PCE - the BE(Hons) Process & Chemical Engineering? Well, because it’s a great course, run by a dedicated team of staff who want you to succeed. It is accredited by both Engineers Ireland (IEI) and the Institution of Chemical Engineers (IChemE) in the UK. Your job prospects are excellent – we have 100% graduate employment for the past five years, and counting – and the work is really interesting. When you graduate, you are qualified for a huge range of jobs, from process or project engineering in industries producing anything from pharmaceuticals to cement, energy to cosmetics, food to medical devices, or you can work in consultancy on any or all of these areas, or in the areas of sustainability and environmental awareness. This course gives you options and choices in abundance. So, why not make CK600PCE Process & Chemical Engineering your first choice for a great career? 

UCC Open Day October 10th 2015

Here, you can download the presentations given at the UCC Open Day 2014 EB Presentation 2014 and DR CK600PCE Presentation 2014Here you can download a leaflet on Process & Chemical Engineering 2014 HD or go to our Prospective Undergrad pages for further information. Finally, here is a general presentation on Engineering @ UCC DR CK600 Presentation 2014.

To get some information on the work that Engineers (in general) do, and an idea of what you can expect from a career in Engineering, it is brilliantly explained in this video http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OQzPfib7YyA&feature=youtu.be.

Process and Chemical Engineering

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