chemical engineering

Our graduates' careers

Many of our graduates and their careers are listed on our Alumni web pages.

Profession

Chemical Engineering is a "relatively" young profession - not even a century old, formally speaking. The need for producing goods and services created by advancement of "industrial" Chemistry...

Careers and jobs

Where are Chemical Engineers employed, what do they do? Their careers are widely distributed due to their flexibility and desirable background training. They become good employees or bold...

CSChE Undergraduate Chapter

The Canadian Society for Chemical Engineering (CSChE) is the national body for chemical engineers. It helps chemical engineers to stay in touch with each other, keep up-to-date on ...

Financial Support

Studying at the graduate level is a full-time commitment. We require every student pursuing research-based degrees (Masters - thesis option and PhD) to be funded. Students are expected to apply for...

Careers

What is Chemical Engineering and Who Are Chemical Engineers? Chemical engineers are NOT chemists, they are "process and systems engineers" also involved with chemistry -- to a degree. It takes a...

Where we live

It is easy and, compared to other North American cities, relatively cheap to live in Montreal. Since McGill campus is right downtown, you want and can live in the downtown area. Montreal is...

Student Life

Our Chemical Engineering curriculum keeps the students quite together. They follow the same set of classes, work in groups on all kinds of assignments in all kinds of courses. They are like a...

Graduate Studies

Chemical Engineering has been taught at McGill since 1908. The first doctorate was awarded in 1935, and our program has subsequently grown to accommodate approximately 90 full-time PhD and MEng...