Department of Engineering

  • Strongest magnetic field trapped in a superconductor is a Guinness World Record

  • Engineering graduates create new technology blog

  • Professor Dame Ann Dowling receives the Order of Merit from HM The Queen

  • Cambridge Engineering: The First 150 Years

Undergraduate Study

Find out about our courses, the application process, and the Department's procedures for both prospective and current students.

Graduate Study

Read about the various degree programmes we offer, how to apply, funding, assessment and examination process, and other important information.

Research

Discover the six academic divisions and four strategic themes that make up our Department and learn about their research interests and the projects being carried out.

Latest news

IfM leader awarded IET Achievement Medal for Manufacturing

23 Sep 2016

Professor Andy Neely, Head of the Institute for Manufacturing, has been awarded the Achievement Medal for Manufacturing, one of the IET Achievement Awards.

Strongest magnetic field trapped in a superconductor is a Guinness World Record

22 Sep 2016

A world record for a trapped field in a superconductor, was achieved in 2014 by a team of engineers led by Professor David Cardwell.

A faster future: Graphene based optoelectronics

14 Sep 2016

Researchers from the Cambridge Graphene Centre have published a paper which shows how graphene can provide a simple solution for silicon photodetection in telecommunication wavelengths.