MSc chemical engineering专业的学长学姐请进

本人今年九月准备在IC就读 chemical engineering专业~~请各位学长学姐指点一下~~~关于选课,选教授,上课,学习方法等等一系列的问题~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~


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  1. The programme is offered as a full-time one year course and leads to the MSc degree. Students take a mixture of core and optional courses in the first (October-December) and second term (January-March). Students are required to select ten modules for examination (see below). An individual research project is carried out continuously from November. From June onwards, all student time is devoted to the research project. The projects are normally conducted at Imperial College, but can involve an industrial collaboration.
    The following modules may be offered: Advanced Bioprocess Engineering, Advanced Process Control, Advanced Process Operations, Advanced Process Optimisation I, Advanced Process Optimisation II, Behaviour in Industrial Organisations, Biological Systems: Fundamentals & Modelling, Colloid & Interface Science, Downstream Separation in Biotechnology, Dynamic Behaviour of Process Systems, Dynamical Systems in Chemical Engineering, Electrochemical Engineering, Entrepreneurship, Environmental Biotechnology: Principles & Applications, Environmental Engineering (2 modules), Finance & Financial Management, Fluid Mechanics, Fluids Engineering, Formulation Engineering & Technology, Fundamentals of Biotechnology, Innovation Management, Introduction to Modelling the Phase Equilibria of Fluids, Introduction to Nuclear Energy, Introduction to Nuclear Technology, Membrane Science & Membrane Separation Processes, Modelling of Biological Systems, Nuclear Chemical Engineering, Particle Engineering, Pharmaceutical Process Development, Polymers & Polymerisation Processes, Process Heat Transfer, Product Characterisation, Project Management, Reaction Engineering II (2 modules), Transport Processes in Biological Systems
    Term one:
    All students attend an induction week, which includes an introduction to the Department, Safety sessions and a two-day professional skills workshop facilitated by external consultants. In this period the students begin to consider their lecture modules and project. In addition, they have the opportunity to meet with the Postgraduate Tutor who acts as their Personal Tutor during the initial phase of the course. The students are required to select preferred projects by the end of the first month. Research projects are then confirmed within six weeks of the start of term and supervisors and projects are allocated in this period. Students are required to formally notify the Postgraduate Office of their module options for examination by February. Students are encouraged to begin to put in place those arrangements that are deemed appropriate for their research projects during this period and especially to focus on developing an understanding of the research problem. Those students with perceived English language deficiencies are encouraged to at this stage to seek remedial support from the English Language Support Unit.
    Term Two:
    Students continue to follow selected lecture courses, and dedicate the equivalent of approximately one day a week to their independent research project. At this stage it is hoped that the students have a full understanding of the nature and needs associated with the project. The students submit a Literature Review (maximum 6,000 words) in mid-February. The Literature Review is assessed in the first instance by the supervisor.
    Term Three:
    All examinations are conducted during this term. Students can dedicate themselves full-time to their research project after the final examinations, and give an oral presentation in early July. At this stage it is expected that the students have some preliminary results and a good plan for completing their research. Overall research assessment is based primarily upon a written dissertation which students submit by the 3rd week of September. The dissertation is assessed by the supervisor and an internal assessor. Further scrutiny is provided the External Examiners and the Board of Examiners (comprising a Chair and a number of appointed Internal Examiners).