Hello, I'm new here and this is my first thread - apologies if I seem forward with my questioning, I really just want some opinions on my issue from people other than friends and family. I've recently finished my second year of undergraduate chemistry, and have received numerous recommendations from both friends and family to try to go into chemical engineering by way of a conversion masters course and my questions will be regarding that. From what I've studied so far I've found that I'm a lot more keen on the physical and analytical chemistry side of my course, and not so hot on the organic chemistry, which has made a change in direction all the more appealing. -Firstly, I'd like to know the thoughts on this other forum members have, whether it's a good financial decision (considering I live in the UK) as opposed to finishing my Bsc in Chemistry and finding a job? -Would I struggle with the level maths and physics required of me in a chemical engineering masters course, and is it difficult for chemical science students to make a switch to engineering in general? -Would I be better off sticking with my current course and perhaps doing an Mchem rather than a Bsc? -Are there any topics I should self study to get a basic grasp of before considering such a transfer, if so, which? Thanks.