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TOP 5 ENGINEERING COLLEGES IN THE WORLD

1. Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)

Being one of the highest ranked university in the world, MIT leaves no stones unturned when it comes to its ‘Engineering programs’.

  • 26% of undergraduates in engineering are underrepresented minorities
  • 46% of undergraduates in engineering are female engineers

2. School of Engineering – Stanford University

Stanford Engineering has long been at the forefront of groundbreaking research and innovation with the application of engineering principles across disciplines and continues to explore ways to impact society by solving major challenges facing the 21st century. The university has well garnered a strong reputation among the world’s top engineering schools and has various departments in engineering such as:

  • Aeronautics and Astronautics
  • Bioengineering
  • Chemical Engineering
  • Civil and Environmental Engineering
  • Computer Science
  • Electrical Engineering
  • Management Science and Engineering
  • Materials Science and Engineering
  • Mechanical Engineering

3. Nanyang Technological University (NTU)

Nanyang Technological University (NTU) is a totally reformed and fully intensive comprehensive and research-focused institution. The College of Engineering is NTU’s largest faculty, and is claimed to be the world’s largest engineering college. It has a student population of more than 10, 000 undergraduates and 3, 500 graduates in its six schools focused on technology and innovation.

  • Aerospace Engineering – Aerospace Engineering with a Second Major in Business
  • Bioengineering –
    Bioengineering with a Second Major in Business
    Bioengineering with a Second Major in Food Science and Technology
    Bioengineering with a Second Major in Pharmaceutical Engineering
  • Civil Engineering-
    Civil Engineering with a Second Major in Business
    Civil Engineering with a Second Major in Society & Urban Systems
  • Computer Engineering with a Second Major in Business
  • Computer Science with a Second Major in Business
  • Electrical & Electronic Engineering – Electrical & Electronic Engineering with a Second Major in Business, Electrical & Electronic Engineering with a Second Major in Society & Urban Systems
  • Engineering
    Environmental Engineering
    Environmental Engineering with a Second Major in Business
    Environmental Engineering with a Second Major in Society & Urban Systems
    Information Engineering and Media
    Information Engineering and Media with a Second Major in Business
  • Materials Engineering
    Materials Engineering with a Second Major in Business
    Materials Engineering with a Second Major in Medical Biology
    Materials Engineering with a Second Major in Pharmaceutical Engineering
  • Mechanical Engineering
    Mechanical Engineering with a Second Major in Business
    Mechanical Engineering with a Second Major in Society & Urban Systems
  • Maritime Studies with a Second Major in Business

4. Imperial College London

Another university well known for its technological innovation and research is Imperial College London, the highest ranking university in London in the field of engineering and technology. The utmost important aspect of any engineering program from ICL is its strategy that includes a range of networking events and workshops, which aims to apply its engineering research to pressing public issues such as climate change etc.

5. Cambridge University

The Department of Engineering at the University of Cambridge is the largest department at the university. Since, it’s the biggest department at the world’s most prestigious education institutions, it’s not even a surprise than Cambridge ranks so highly for their engineering degree.

Important facts:

Average Graduate Salary: $39, 887 USD (Approximately)
Admissions Rate: 25.71%
Around 1, 200 undergraduate students in the department
Approximately 320 students are admitted each year from all over the globe

The Structure of the degree:

The first two years provide a broad overview, covering mechanical and structural engineering, as well as materials, electrical and information engineering; And from the third year onwards, students are required to specialise in one area of engineering.

Author: Rohit Kapur

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