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Bachelor's Programs in Chemical Engineering in Africa 2020

A bachelor's degree is an undergraduate degree that is offered by universities and colleges when students complete a program of study. Most bachelor courses last three or four years with some lasting up to seven years.

A Bachelor’s degree in Chemical Engineering will prepare students in biology, chemistry and physics. It is concerned with the transformation of raw materials into products that are valuable for the society. Graduates will be able to work in different industries and sectors, including the energy sector, pharmaceutical, food processing and more.

Bachelor Program in Chemical Engineering in Africa

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BEngTech in Chemical Engineering

Bachelor
Jan 2021
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3 years
30 Sep 2020
English
Campus

The purpose of the BEngTech (Chemical Engineering) is to build the necessary knowledge, understanding, abilities, and skills required for further learning towards becoming a c ...

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BEng Materials & Metallurgical Engineering

Bachelor
Sep 2020
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Full-time
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5 years
English
Campus

This program combines the knowledge from biology, chemistry, Mathematics, physics and engineering to develop, design and maintain products and process.

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BSc (Hons) in Chemical Engineering

BSc
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4 years
31 Jul 2020
English
Campus

The Chemical Engineering Department has developed a vision, mission, and educational objectives for its programme through well-established procedures. The vision of the Depart ...

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BEngTech Hons in Chemical Engineering

Bachelor
Jan 2021
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Full-time
30 Oct 2020
English
Campus

The purpose of the BEngTech Hons (Chemical Engineering) is to build the necessary knowledge, understanding, abilities, and skills required for further learning towards becomin ...

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BEng Chemical Engineering

Bachelor
Sep 2020
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Full-time
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5 years
English
Campus

Chemical engineers are principally involved in the production of a wide range of chemicals such as soaps, dyes, polyethene, detergents, fertilizers, cement, bricks etc., foods ...

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