Studying for an engineering degree will develop your skills in problem-solving and problem-seeking, giving you the potential to make your mark in a range of careers.

Engineering was one of the first departments established here in 1894, and we have had a major influence on engineering systems on land, sea, in the air and in outer space for well over a century.

Engineering has been taught at City, University of London for over 100 years. Our undergraduate programmes (in particular our four-year integrated master's degrees) have particular emphasis on creative design.

Career perspectives

We have close and long-established links with industry, providing opportunities for placements and potential careers.

Gaining a high level of numeracy and computer literacy can open up a range of career opportunities in structural engineering, construction, manufacturing, civil engineering, mechanical engineering and other fields such as finance and management.

Our undergraduate offering covers everything from Engineering Foundations to Engineering Degree courses (such as Bachelor of Engineering or BEng Hons) in Biomedical, Mechanical, Aeronautical & Electronic Engineering; our postgraduate offering Engineering Masters (MSc) could be in Construction, Civil Engineering, Mechanical or Biomedical Engineering with Data Analytics

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