Queen Mary has a long and proud history of teaching engineering, and we’ve kept our passion for innovation and discovery.
We attract staff at the forefront of specialisms ranging from the internet of things to robotic surgery to aerospace propulsion.
Close links with industry and proximity to London’s Tech City bring us real-world problems to solve and help to launch our innovations. We’re investing ￡30m into refurbishing and expanding our engineering labs so that researchers and students have access to state-of-the-art facilities.
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What I enjoy most about my course is that I can apply the theory I learn to real life scenarios. I've always loved physics and maths and mechanical engineering is the most applicable combination of the subjects.— Anesu Nyamutora, Mechanical Engineering BEng (2019)
The School of Electronic Engineering and Computer Science carries out world-class computer science research – and applies it to real-life problems. Being taught by someone who is changing the world with his or her ideas makes for exciting lectures and ensures you stay fully up to date. 91 per cent of our computer science research was rated as ‘world-leading’ or ‘internationally excellent’ (REF 2014).
We are proud of our excellent student-staff relations, and our diverse student body: around a quarter of our students are women and 47 countries are represented.
The School has an energetic student community, taking part in programming competitions and hack events.
The School of Engineering and Materials Science attracts some of the brightest minds from across the country, and the world. The most recent national assessment of the quality of university research (REF 2014) placed us seventh for our general engineering research (Times Higher Education).
Our academic staff have extensive contacts with major industrial companies in engineering and materials science, and there is constant interaction between industry, research and our teaching.
Our students benefit from personal contact with approachable teaching staff in small-group settings, where discussion and feedback is actively encouraged.