Why study Engineering at Queen's University Belfast?

From Chemical to Aerospace and Mechanical to Product Design, Engineering at Queen's spans a huge range of specialisms – so however you plan to change the world, a Queen's degree will help you. You'll study at one of Queens' unique Engineering Schools, each of which contributes towards leading advances in science and technology with a real-world impact.

  • World-class Engineering facilities including state-of-the-art laboratories, high-load capacity strength analysis equipment, flight simulator and automotive test cells.
  • An impressive collection of alumni, including Maire O'Neill – winner of British Female Inventor of the Year 2007 and the 2014 Royal Academy of Engineering Silver Medal.
  • Hands-on experience in real engineering environments with paid industry placements and work experience opportunities at companies including Jaguar-Land Rover, Bombardier, Shell, ExxonMobil and GSK.
  • National competitions and practical activities to apply your knowledge - such as designing and manufacturing a radio-controlled aircraft for the Design-Build-Fly Project.
  • Internationally-excellent research facilities such as the Northern Ireland Technology Centre, the Sustainable Energy Research Centre and the Queen's Advanced MicroEngineering Centre.
Top 125 in the world for Engineering and Technology (Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2020)

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