Run of the mill offers require



A Level: A*A*A

IB: 40-42 points, with 776 at Higher Level

For different capabilities, see our fundamental Entrance prerequisites pages.

Course prerequisites

Building course

Required by all Colleges: A Level/IB Higher Level Chemistry, Mathematics* and Physics

Required by certain Colleges: A Level/IB Higher Level in a third science/arithmetic subject

Common Sciences course

Required by all Colleges: A Level/IB Higher Level Chemistry and Mathematics*

Required by certain Colleges: A Level Further Mathematics; A Level/IB Higher Level Physics, a third science/maths subject

See PDF symbol Chemical Engineering: Subject Requirements and Typical Offer by College for College-explicit prerequisites/inclinations. All undergrad affirmations choices are the duty of the Cambridge Colleges, so please check College sites for further subtleties.

See likewise Entrance prerequisites and PDF symbol The Subject Matters for extra counsel about general necessities for section, capabilities and offers.

* IB candidates beginning the new IB Mathematics prospectus are relied upon to take IB Higher Level 'Investigation and Approaches' for any course where Mathematics is a necessity. In the event that this choice isn't accessible at your school, if you don't mind contact the College that you wish to apply to straightforwardly for further counsel and direction.

Affirmations appraisal 

All candidates for Chemical Engineering are required to take the pre-meet composed evaluation at an approved focus nearby to them (for a great deal of candidates, this will be their school/school).

Appraisal position

Candidates to Chemical Engineering will sit the appraisal in their picked course (Natural Sciences or Engineering).

Concoction Engineering by means of Engineering

Segment 1: Mathematics and Physics various decision questions. (an hour, no mini-computer)

Segment 2: Advanced Physics numerous decision questions. (an hour, no number cruncher)

Concoction Engineering by means of Natural Sciences

Segment 1: Consists of five sections (Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Advanced Mathematics and Advanced Physics), of which competitors answer three. Each part contains various decision questions. (80 minutes, no number cruncher)

Segment 2: Consists of six inquiries (two each on Biology, Chemistry and Physics), of which applicants answer two. (40 minutes, with number cruncher)

You should be enlisted ahead of time (independently to your UCAS application) to take the appraisal – the enrollment due date is 15 October 2019. Your appraisal focus must enroll you for the pre-talk with evaluation; you're not ready to enlist yourself. See the composed appraisals page for data about evaluation focuses and enrollment.

Kindly note that your exhibition in the pre-talk with appraisal won't be considered in detachment, yet will be considered close by different components of your application.

Notwithstanding the pre-talk with evaluation, candidates who are welcome to meeting are required to take a College-set composed appraisal at meeting at the accompanying Colleges (see singular College sites for subtleties): King's (through Engineering), Trinity

Submitted work 

If it's not too much trouble allude to the submitted work data for Engineering or potentially Natural Sciences (Physical).

Candidates to certain Colleges will have separate meetings for Chemical Engineering and for their Year 1 course.

See singular College sites for further subtleties.

For additional data about considering Chemical Engineering at the University of Cambridge see the Department of Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology site.

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