Chemical & Process Engineering International students
Strathclyde collaborates with more than 250 universities and colleges around the world. By choosing to study abroad, including via Erasmus, international exchange or a joint education programme, you'll gain valuable international experience, broaden your horizons, experience new cultures and discover new ways of learning.
The Department of Chemical & Process Engineering can help you access a great variety of information about your new study environment, financial and other support available to you. We have years of experience hosting students arriving from outside the UK, as well as sending our own UK students to study abroad.
Joint education programmes
Strathclyde University enjoys excellent links with universities around the world and we work closely with a number of institutions, running joint courses for undergraduate and postgraduate students, engaging in joint research and knowledge partnerships.
Scholarships can be a great financial help during your university years. Some scholarships cover both tuition fees and living expenses while other awards offer partial funding, for instance a contribution to living costs or tuition fees only. The Department of Chemical & Process Engineering encourages its students to take the opportunity to apply for scholarships.
Arriving at Strathclyde
The Department of Chemical and Process Engineering welcomes international exchange students from over the world.
If you're a student currently registered on an undergraduate degree elsewhere in the world, you're likely to be able to spend a year (or a semester) of your studies as a visiting student at the University of Strathclyde.
Find out more about life at Strathclyde.
Chemical & Process Engineering students have an opportunity to spend up to one year of their degree studying at a partner University through an Erasmus or International Exchange in Europe, North and South America, Australia, New Zealand, Hong Kong and Singapore.
We recognise that studying on campus is not always practical or possible for everyone. Therefore, our Department has a distance learning programme. The courses are hosted online, with tutors providing support through forums and live webinars.