Ranked #2 in the country, Cambridge University is ranked #4 in the Top 10 engineering schools in the world for 2014. If your goal is to become an engineer--whether chemical, mechanical, electrical, or civil--it’s time to "go blue".
Imperial College London is currently ranked #3 in the country, making it an EXCELLENT place to attend no matter what your field of studies. However, in terms of engineering, it’s ranked about 7th place in the WORLD!
Oxford University is currently ranked #1 in the UK, but only comes in third for engineering studies. Engineering is one of the few fields in which Oxford is outdone by Cambridge!
This massive research university currently ranks 5th in the UK, and holds 38th place in the entire world. For engineers, however, it is the fourth best university to attend.
Yet another public university makes it onto this list, this one ranking 4th in Europe and 20th in the world. It excels in biomedical studies, but is still highly ranked in terms of engineering.
This Scottish university currently ranks 17th in the world, or 11th in the fields of humanities and arts. It holds the 55th spot on the list of the best engineering universities in the world.
Currently ranked the 23rd best university in the UK, Nottingham U holds 74th place on the list of the top 100 engineering universities in the world. Its best fields of study are Economics, Pharmacy, and Law, but it deserves an honorable mention for engineering as well.
The University of Bristol is ranked 29th in the world, and is listed on the top 10 universities in the UK. While it excels in other fields, it only holds the rank of 75th best engineering university in the world.
Rated as the 76th best engineering college in the world, it is considered one of the top universities in the UK overall.
This public research university holds the rank of 83rd best engineering school in the world, and is ranked in the top 40 colleges in the UK.
Engineering is a career with ENDLESS opportunities for employment. There are millions of jobs for engineers around the world, and you may find that you have your pick of the jobs if you graduate with a degree in engineering from the right university.
Not sure which university to go to? Check out our list of the top 10 universities in the UK for engineering degrees: