Bioprocess Engineering

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Ranking

Top 150 in the world for Engineering (QS World University Rankings by Subject, 2017)

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Ranking

Top 150 in the world for Engineering (QS World University Rankings by Subject, 2017)

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Overview

Bioprocess Engineering is a rapidly growing industry, with a need for more sustainable products and processes. More awareness is being raised around environmental effects and natural resources, which requires improved designs and ideas for industries such as healthcare, processed foods and renewable energy manufacturing, among many others.

Students have the option of studying towards the Bioprocess Engineering minor alongside the Chemical and Process Engineering specialisation, increasing their knowledge of both engineering processes and biology fields for a wider range of career pathways.

This minor is the perfect option for those who have an interest in Biological Sciences and want to structure their Engineering degree with a biological focus.

Contact us

Department of Chemical and Process Engineering

Phone +64 3 369 3784
Email engdegreeadvice@canterbury.ac.nz

Location
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Postal address
College of Engineering | Te Rāngai Pūkaha
University of Canterbury | Te Whare Wānanga o Waitaha
Private Bag 4800
Christchurch 8140
New Zealand

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