Where to study Chemical Engineering?
The most perspective country to study Chemical Engineering is the US. The world's leading universities are located there - Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Stanford University, University of California, Berkeley, California Institute of Technology, Princeton University, University of Wisconsin-Madison, and many others. All these universities hold strong Bachelor, Master and PhD study programs in Chemical Engineering, and have excellent employer reputation around the world.
A variety of strong universities holding Chemical Engineering programs are also located in the United Kingdom. The list of these universities includes University of Cambridge, University of Oxford, Imperial College London and many others.
Those who wish to receive a highly innovative education combining western and eastern standards, should apply to National University of Singapore, which is also one of the best platform for research activity in the world.
If you wish to stay in the country where you have been completing your education, you should find universities in those countries, whose economy is built on production. For example, Tsinghua University in China provides several strong study programs in Chemical Engineering and related disciplines.
Of course, education in world leading universities is always expensive, but universities and foundations support excellent students and provide scholarships, which can cover tuition fees, accommodation, living expenses.
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