Engineering involves the application of creative reasoning, science and mathematics to real problems.

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  • Engineering students at St John's are part of a major department in the University with a long history of outstanding research and teaching.
  • We have the advantage of having three tutorial fellows in engineering, who are all active researchers and are able to cover the major parts of Mechanical, Civil and Electrical Engineering.
  • Students who succeed on our course develop strong self-discipline and motivation, an ability to think clearly about problems and gain a broad technical understanding in different engineering disciplines, qualities which are all in high demand throughout industry.
  • Our graduates are able to choose from a wide range of career paths. Some go on to study engineering at a higher level, others go directly into engineering positions, while still others go on to work in finance or management.

Read a profile from a St John's student studying Engineering here.
Watch two videos from Engineering students at St John's:

Watch a video of St John's women engineers, made to celebrate International Women in Engineering Day 2018:

Read the story of one St John's alumna's career in engineering here.

Engineering tutors