Department of Engineering

  • Gates Cambridge class of 2024 – Nmeso Egwuekwe

  • Cambridge engineers recognised in King's Birthday Honours 2024

  • Training AI models to answer ‘what if?’ questions could improve medical treatments

  • Blast from the past - Engineers bring historic bowling machine back to life

  • Robotic nerve ‘cuffs’ could help treat a range of neurological conditions

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

Gates Cambridge class of 2024 – Nmeso Egwuekwe

18 Jun 2024

Adequate electricity supply in Nigeria remains a persistent challenge but hoping to address this is Nmeso Egwuekwe (MPhil in Energy Technologies) – recipient of a Gates Cambridge Scholarship.

Cambridge engineers recognised in King's Birthday Honours 2024

17 Jun 2024

Three academics from and affiliated to the Department of Engineering are featured in the King's Birthday Honours 2024.

Training AI models to answer ‘what if?’ questions could improve medical treatments

13 Jun 2024

Machines can learn to make predictions AND handle causal relationships. Researchers show how this could make medical treatments safer, more efficient, & more personalised.