Chemical Systems

Advice on how to plan your exchange within the Bachelor of Science

Optimal exchange dates: Year 3: Semester 1.

Planning your exchange: Given the large number of Level 2 pre-requisites for this major, it is easiest to complete exchange in Semester 1 of Year 3 by enrolling in an equivalent to CHEN30001 Reactor Engineering. Please note that this does not preclude students taking exchange in Year 2, but they would need to find equivalent subjects at the host institution.

Things to consider: The Faculty of Science have found multiple institutions that offer subjects equivalent to CHEN30001 Reactor Engineering as well as various Level 2 subjects.

Mapped subjects for the Chemical Systems major include:

University of Melbourne subjectPartner institutionEquivalent subjectNotes
MAST20029 Engineering MathematicsUniversity of Illinois at Urbana-ChampaignIntro differential equations MATH 285 AND Calculus III MATH 241
MAST20029 Engineering MathematicsUniversity College LondonModelling and Analysis, ENGF0004
CHEN30001 Reactor EngineeringUniversity of BirminghamReactors and Catalysis
CHEN30001 Reactor EngineeringDelft University of TechnologyChemical Reactor Engineering
CHEN30001 Reactor EngineeringETH Zurich-Swiss Federal Institute of Technology529-0633-00L Heterogeneous Reaction Engineering
CHEN30001 Reactor EngineeringUniversity of California, BerkeleyCHM ENG 244 Kinetics and Reactions Engineering
CHEN30001 Reactor EngineeringUniversity of AucklandCHEMMAT 303 Chemical Reactor Engineering
CHEN30001 Reactor EngineeringUniversity of California, BerkeleySurvey of the Principles of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, MCELLBI 102
CHEM20018 Chemistry: Reactions and SynthesisNanyang Technological UniversityCH3103 Chemical Thermodynamics
CHEN20009 Transport ProcessesUniversity of AucklandCHEMMAT 203 Process Engineering 3: Transfer Processes;
CHEN20009 Transport ProcessesUniversity of California, BerkeleyCHM ENG 150B Transport and Separation Processes;
CHEN20011 Chemical Process AnalysisUniversity of AucklandCHEMMAT 202 Process Engineering 2: Energy and Processing
CHEN20011 Chemical Process AnalysisUniversity of California, BerkeleyCHM ENG 140 Introduction to Chemical Process Analysis
CHEN30005 Heat and Mass Transport ProcessesUniversity of AucklandCHEMMAT 301 Transport Processes 2

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