Engineering

Engineering

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One of the largest and highest ranked such departments in the world, Cambridge's Department of Engineering is driving forward major projects on pivotal issues such as energy, cities, transport, healthcare and manufacturing.

Engineering at Cambridge is an integrated department comprised of the best academics, staff and students from around the world. The Department's strategic themes are:

  • Energy, fluid mechanics, and turbo-machinery
  • Electrical engineering
  • Mechanics, materials and design
  • Civil engineering
  • Manufacturing and management
  • Information engineering

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To discuss your philanthropic goals or explore opportunities for collaborative investment, please contact:

Isobel Cohen

Senior Associate Director – School of Technology

isobel.cohen@admin.cam.ac.uk

+44 (0)1223 330910

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