UCL Engineering

UCL Engineering

Within the Faculty of Engineering Sciences at UCL, eleven academic departments undertake research and training across a great range of disciplines on a global scale. Our scientists and engineers take discoveries from life sciences, pure maths, psychology and many other areas, mix them together, add their own innovations and produce solutions the world needs. The products, processes and students we produce change the world we live in.

We hope that through these web pages you will find out more about our internationally renowned research, and explore our leading programmes of study which attract students from across the world.

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TO CHANGE THE WORLD, YOU NEED TO BE TAUGHT DIFFERENTLY. LEARN MORE

At UCL Engineering we take bright, thoughtful, creative people and give them the knowledge, skills, and experience they need to engineer a better world. We teach them to think, make, model, design, analyse, challenge, and innovate, and then let them practice what they’ve learned by tackling engaging projects that address real-world problems. Most importantly, we give our students the chance to develop as individuals and follow their own intellectual interests, while providing the structure they need to develop a coherent body of expertise.

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Recent News
03 May 2016

Dr Venus Shum, Senior Research Associate at UCL Computer Science, and member of UCL’s world leading Human-Computer Interaction Centre (UCLIC) is featured in maths learning resources for teachers in secondary...

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UCL Computer Science has been awarded an Athena SWAN Silver Award building on their earlier success obtaining a bronze award in 2012. They are one of only three Computer Science...

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A cyclist follows a cycle lane in London, as a bus passes by

Smart Cities: Transport, Pollution and Big Data

A briefing video for the Engineering Exchange community forum on transport, pollution and big data in London.

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