At City University London, our approach is about blending applicable engineering and mathematics with key skills. This ensures we produce sought-after graduates and have an outstanding reputation amongst employers. Our teaching is informed by the active research work of our staff.
Studying with us will give you access to fantastic facilities, you will be taught by a team of dedicated staff and will be joining a university that prides itself on its friendly, open atmosphere.
About the School
You can find out more about the School of Engineering and Mathematical Sciences and our undergraduate courses in this video and learn what life's really like in interviews with Alumni, current students and academics.
Wind Turbine Competition 2011
Watch this short video about the exciting competition our engineering students recently took part in:
Rewarding Academic Excellence - The Lord Mayor of London Scholarship
Supporting you in your studies, City University London is offering Scholarships of up to £3,000 per year to UK and EU undergraduate students achieving ABB or above at A-level or equivalent. Find out more here.
Studying Engineering at City
Engineers trained at City University London - whatever their first degree discipline - inhabit the real world which throws up a breadth of engineering challenges and which arise from the elision of the disciplines we often simply label as civil, electrical, aeronautical or mechanical engineering. Building a broad understanding and seeking technical mastery of the field is essential for engineers to make their mark on the world. Most especially, training in engineering is a path to be a leader in tomorrow's complex world - a leader in technical expertise, a leader in strategic thinking, a leader in innovation and a leader in communication. Our role at City University London is to develop and instil those skills in our graduates and fit them for that opportunity.
Studying Mathematics at City
Mathematicians who have graduated from City University London - whichever of our degree programmes they have studied - inhabit the real world which throws up a breadth of mathematical challenges arising from the fundamental role that mathematics plays in a wide variety of careers including (but by no means restricted to) those in finance, economics, government service and in academia. Building a broad understanding and seeking a mastery of the field is essential for mathematicians to make their mark on the world.
Most especially, a training in mathematics is a path to being a leader in tomorrow's complex world - a leader in applying logical problem-solving techniques and solutions, a leader in strategic thinking, a leader in innovation and a leader in communication. Our role at City University London is to develop and instil those skills in our graduates and fit them to take up those opportunities - our degree programmes have been designed to prepare you for this.