Reasons to choose Engineering at Liverpool

Research engine

We have internationally leading research centres for engineering dynamics, engineering sustainability and materials and structures. Industry collaborators include organisations such as Airbus, Ford, Augusta Westland and Renishaw.

Facilities

We can offer you brand new teaching, experimental, workshop and computing facilities, as well as specialist resources such as electron microscopes, an industrial grade flight simulator, vibration lab and biomechanics lab.

Great teaching

Friendly, formally trained staff will teach you the theory and practice of engineering, on up-to-the-minute, industry-relevant courses and in an ultra-modern environment designed for team-based design-build-test activities.

Scope

Our courses, research and expertise span aerospace engineering, civil engineering, mechanical engineering, materials engineering, product design and manufacturing.

Highly rated

As a member of the Russell Group, the University is one of the UK's leading research institutions. Within the School, we have risen steadily in the National Student Survey and, in the recent Guardian Subject League tables (2013), our Civil Engineering was rated at position 14/43 and our Mechanical Engineering at position 17/54 in the UK.

A developing school

We are founder members of two major institutes: the Stephenson Institute for Renewable Energy and the Institute for Risk & Uncertainty.

Our list of courses is constantly expanding. Recent additions include the Masters programme in Civil and Environmental Engineering and we are developing programmes for Risk and Energy. View all of our Undergraduate and Postgraduate taught programmes.

A fantastic world city

Liverpool is a great place to live, work and study. As well as being a major centre for academia and industry regionally, nationally and globally, it might just be the friendliest city on Earth. Find out more about Liverpool.

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