Keep up-to-date with the latest news from the University of Surrey. From high profile research discoveries to stories about the people at the heart of our thriving academic community, read on to find out what’s happening at Surrey and how our work is making an impact on the world.
As we begin semester 2, Surrey’s new £1.7m chemical engineering facility – which includes a fully operational process plant – is being used for undergraduate teaching across all years.
“The University of Surrey offered me an education that I could not find in America, my home country.”
The Department of Chemical and Process Engineering has launched a collaborative, industry-focused PhD programme with fast-moving consumer goods company Unilever and the Institute of Process Engineering (IPE) at the Chinese Academy of Sciences.
“I like everything about my course, but mainly the overall understanding of quantum physics and quantum engineering which has really got me engaged.”
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Surrey Business School is proud to join the United Nations Principles for Responsible Management Education (PRME). This represents a powerful commitment to advance the values of sustainability, responsibility and ethics in our teaching, research and thought leadership.
Surrey’s Dr Adam Collins has been helping BBC TV programme 'Trust Me I’m a Doctor' with a study looking into whether it’s better to eat carbs in the morning or evening.
“I’m excited that my final year project will take place at Surrey’s Advanced Technology Institute, which has state-of-the-art equipment used in cutting edge research.”
“I believe having a broad set of skills is important for engineers, and the course at Surrey provides a great foundation for that.”