Chemical Engineering and Mineral Processing at Stellenbosch University

| September 12, 2016

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What exactly is Chemical Engineering and Mineral Processing, and how does it help to shape the world around us?  The video tells you more about different careers that you can end in if you study Chemical Engineering or Mineral Processing, it shows some of the facilities within the Home Department (the Department of Process Engineering at Stellenbosch University) and you get to hear from some of the lecturers and students themselves.

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