School of Engineering Mission
- Foster outstanding learning and scholarship, producing graduates equipped for and inspired towards high personal and professional achievement
- Enhance the scientific, cultural and economic wellbeing of society through the discipline of engineering, contributing to the quality of life and fulfilling the aspirations of global humanity
- Pursue and perform research of the highest quality, motivated by both intellectual curiosity and societal needs
Over 200 staff and 2000 students sit within five teaching Disciplines and seven Research Institutes covering the breadth and depth of world-leading engineering.
Our engineering courses enable students to use their skills, intelligence and creativity to tackle any engineering challenge. The School is one of the most industrially-engaged within the University, with graduates providing a higher-than-average economic impact when they enter the workplace.
Each member of academic staff teaches in one of five engineering disciplines and is a member of a Research Institute:
Engineering Research Institutes
- Bioengineering (IBioE)
- Digital Communications (IDCoM)
- Energy Systems (IES)
- Infrastructure and Environment (IIE)
- Integrated Micro and Nano Systems (IMNS)
- Materials and Processes (IMP)
- Multiscale Thermofluids (IMT)
- Chemical Engineering
- Civil and Environmental Engineering
- Electronics and Electrical Engineering
- Engineering Mathematics
- Mechanical Engineering
The School of Engineering at the University of Edinburgh supports world-class excellence in teaching and research. We offer a full range of taught undergraduate courses in Engineering subjects, and taught postgraduate MScs.