You are normally expected to hold or to be about to achieve a first or a good second class degree (or the equivalent from an overseas institution) in chemical engineering, engineering, chemistry, biochemistry, applied mathematics, physics, biological science or related subjects. Alternatively, candidates with an appropriate Masters qualification may be considered.
In addition, if English is not your first language, you may need to take a language proficiency test. You do not need to take a test before you apply, but if you are made an offer, it could be a requirement that you obtain a passing score. Additional information on entry requirements can be found at the Graduate Prospectus.