Birmingham University Chemical Engineering Society

BUCESThe Birmingham University Chemical Engineering Society (BUCES) is extremely active and organises many social, industrial, sporting and charity events throughout the year. Good team spirit is plentiful and BUCES goes to every effort to help you get the most out of University life.

Not to mention we were the College's Society of the Year for the second time in 2020 and we're champions of the national chemical engineering student sports day, Frank Morton, for the sixth year in a row!

Take a look at our Facebook page, and follow buces1946 on Instagram and Snapchat to see what we're up to. To get in touch with the committee email

EPS Societies' Awards won:

  • Volunteer of the Year 2014, James Girling
  • Industrial Award 2014, James Barlow
  • Inspiration Committee Member 2014, Katie Aiston
  • Industrial Award 2015, Ella Howells
  • Inspiration Committee Member 2015, Katie Aiston
  • Society of the Year 2015/16
  • Industrial Award 2017, Chloe Connolly
  • Volunteer of the Year 2018, Dáire Archbold
  • Role Model of the Year 2018, Nisha Kandola
  • Role Model of the Year 2019, Yasmin Afia Bobie
  • Society of the Year 2019/20

BUCES2019society of the yearLatest news from BUCES

BUCES: Welcome to the University of Birmingham!


The Birmingham University Chemical Engineering Society (BUCES) committee, welcomes First Years to the University of Birmingham. With a family scheme and plenty of events, there's lots to get involved in with BUCES!

A busy term for BUCES


BUCES have gone above and beyond to give their members the BUCES-fun they know and love! With an online Frank Morton and virtual International Women's day event, the BUCES committee share their year with us.

Seventy graduates take part in 'Meet your alumni' series

promotional banner for the meet the alumni event series on a black background with science and engineering graphics in grey and blue title branding

In March 2021, the EPS Community launched the first event series aimed at introducing students to Engineering and Physical Science alumni from a broad range of sectors and offering and insight into their roles.

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