Bachelors in Chemical Engineering and Applied Chemistry
Per Year Tuition Fees
4 Year Bachelor
Exams accepted & cut-off
Applicants must have All India Senior School Certificate awarded by CBSE or Indian School Certificate (awarded by CISCE) or Year 12 State Board Exams with excellent results: subjects of Math, Chemistry and Physics at the grade 12 level
Infrastructure / Teaching Facilities
Why Join University Of Toronto?
Ranked 22nd in Top Universities Abroad
U of T is no.1 university in Canada according to the 2018 QS World University Rankings
U of T ranks 22nd, 23rd, and 31st in International Rankings by Times Higher Education 2017, Shanghai Ranking (ARWU) 2017, and QS World University Rankings 2017 respectively
U of T was ranked 4th and 21st by National Taiwan University 2016 and US News & World Report 2016 respectively in International Rankings
It is among the world's top 10 public universities, according to U.S. News & World Report's 2017 Best Global Universities Rankings
No. 1 University in Canada for graduate employability according to both the 2017 QS Graduate Employability Rankings and the 2016 Times Higher Education Global University Employability Rankings
It has the total enrolment of 88,766 students, approx. 18% of total students are international students from 168 countries and regions including 864 from India
The University’s library system is the third largest in North America
University has a wide network of 562,000 alumni
About Bachelors in Chemical Engineering and Applied Chemistry
Chemical engineering is a collection of tools for designing, building, evaluating, and improving complex chemical, biological and material systems
The program will teach students to design, build, evaluate and improve products, systems and processes
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