Why choose Engineering at Newcastle University?

Home to pioneering Engineers such as William G. Armstrong, Robert Stephenson, Charles H. Merz and Sir Joseph W. Swan, Newcastle is a place where great innovators are born. The School of Engineering at Newcastle University holds a long tradition of Engineering excellence, funding global research and developing ideas that changed the world.

  • Degrees accredited by 14 professional bodies, across 5 Engineering disciplines: Chemical, Civil, Electrical and Electronic, Marine and Mechanical.
  • Strong links with key industrial partners, including British Engines, Northern Gas Networks, Dyson and Sevcom.
  • World-class facilities including the Automated Control Laboratory, Hydrodynamics Laboratory and ‘The Key’ – a revolutionary laboratory for testing fabric structures, which itself is built from sustainable fabric.
  • Russell Group-recognised research across multiple Engineering fields, with recent studies exploring ultrasound imaging, solar energy and waste minimisation.
Top 150 in the world for Civil and Structural Engineering (QS World University Rankings by Subject 2020)

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