Cambridge University

Cambridge University, Senate House
The University of Cambridge, usually referred to as Cambridge University, is the second oldest university in England as well as o­ne of the most prestigious places of academia o­n Earth. The school is consistently ranked among the top five universities worldwide.

For several centuries, Cambridge University has been well known for having excellent math and science departments. Cambridge alumni such as Charles Darwin, Sir Isaac Newton and Francis Bacon have gone o­n to make several important scientific and mathematical discoveries. The strong mathematics and science programs at Cambridge University have created a strong foundation for another program that has proven notable in the last several decades: the Cambridge University Department of Engineering.

The Cambridge Department of Engineering has grown to be the largest department at the university, attracting 10% of all University of Cambridge students. As such, the Department of Engineering is now a very important authority o­n research and education in engineering. This competitive program attracts some of the most brilliant students from all over the world.

The goal of the Cambridge University Department of Engineering graduate and undergraduate schools is to equip students with the knowledge and skills necessary to become leaders in the field of engineering and to use their educations to make important contributions to society. An education in engineering at Cambridge helps students grow in a variety of areas, including research skills, team work, mathematics, computing, creativity, written and oral communication, and problem solving. Professors help students foster these skills by providing a variety of lecture courses, discussion sections and research opportunities.

Centre for Mathematical Sciences
Engineering students at the University of Cambridge can pursue a Bachelor of Arts in engineering or a Master's degree in engineering. Specific concentrations include chemical engineering, manufacturing engineering, aerospace and aerothermal engineering, environmental engineering, engineering for the life sciences, and information and computer engineering.