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Britain's TOP Engineering Universities 2021 | Complete University Guide


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Britain's TOP Engineering Universities 2021 | Complete University Guide

British universities have all the conditions for high-quality study of technical specialties, and therefore university diplomas guarantee high preparation and competitiveness after training. The popularity of British universities determines the high level of education and research in the country:

  • 9% of the world's research is conducted in Britain
  • 185 000+ foreigners go to Master's degree in England
  • 500,000+ foreigners apply for bachelor's degree
  • The 2nd place in the world is occupied by the British biotechnology sector.

The country ranks fifth in terms of innovation in the world and offers the most in-demand specialties:

  • Radio engineering
  • Computer engineering
  • Plasma and power plants
  • Bioengineering
  • Chemical engineering
  • Civil engineering
  • Heat power engineering and heat engineering
  • Isotope separation technologies and nuclear fuel
  • Refrigeration and cryogenic technology
  • Power engineering
  • Nuclear Power Engineering and Thermal Physics
  • Manufacturing process technology
  • Innovation
  • Nanotechnology
  • Aerospace
  • Mechatronics and Robotics.
Rank Institution Entry Standards Student Satisfaction Research Quality Research Intensity Graduate Prospects Overall Score
1 Cambridge 222   3.48 1 94 100
2 Bristol 213 4.8 3.3 0.93 98 98.9
3 Oxford 215 3.97 3.51 1 88 96.3
4 Imperial College London 183 4.27 3.39 0.99 92 95.9
5 Durham 211 3.85 3.08 0.94 90 95
6 Warwick 169 3.8 3.22 0.92 92 93.7
7 Dundee 188 3.96 3.31 0.6   93.7
8 Swansea 170 4.11 3.29 0.83 86 93.3
9 Queen Mary, University of London 162 3.9 3.29 0.82   92.6
10 Loughborough 159 4.1 3.08 0.93   92.6
11 Lancaster 156 4.05 3.08 1   92.5
12 Exeter 153 3.71 3.18 0.76 92 92.4
13 Aberdeen 173 4.03 2.94 0.8   92.3
14 Strathclyde 166 3.93 3.03 0.87   92.2
15 Leicester 137 4.06 2.99 0.94   90.9
16 Liverpool John Moores 154 4.27 2.45 0.73 88 90.9
17 Cardiff 158 4.11 3.31 0.54 78 90.8
18 Ulster 130 3.97 2.89 0.68 82 89.2
19 Central Lancashire 134 3.75 2.63 0.31 92 89.2
20 London South Bank 130 3.91 2.59 0.91   88.7
21 West of England, Bristol 117 4.3 2.85 0.33 82 88.5
22 Aston 105 3.98 2.83 0.61 82 87.8
23 Bradford 125 4.14 2.69 0.28 80 87.6
24 Bournemouth 105 4.06 2.31 0.69 82 86.8
25 Hull 111 3.6 2.82 0.53   86.4
26 Coventry 105 4.12 2.62 0.52 76 86.3
27 Portsmouth 106 4.03 2.46 0.58   86.2
28 City, University of London 117 3.8 2.85 0.62 68 85.6
29 Wolverhampton 94 4 2.2 0.55 80 85.3
30 Glasgow Caledonian 148 3.52 2.4 0.32 70 84.9
31 Northampton 99 3.47 2.03 0.96 78 84.6
32 Edinburgh Napier 131 3.76 2.29 0.43 64 83.5
Current material has been prepared by Egor Eremeev
Education: Kuban State University, Russia (World Economics); Westminster University (Business & Management).
Egor studied and lived in the UK for 8 years and graduated from the university of Westminster. He is currently the co-founder and the director of business development at Smapse Education and personally visits foreign schools and universities, interviews students studying in those institutions.
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