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The Top 10 Universities For Engineering Degree In Europe

Europe is known for educating scholars since when the first university in Bologna was built up. Starting from Frances Bacon to Albert Einstein, Europe is always being popular for giving the best minds and personality in science and has become the well-known landmark of new innovations and discoveries.

Today so many universities are maintaining their reputation for development, innovation, and research. We can see that European universities continually rank high amongst their worldwide peers for becoming the best places to study engineering.

Europe universities and cities have a lot to offer to students in the way of living a quality lifestyle and rich cultural experience. Let’s find out the best 10 universities for engineering degree:

  1. University of Cambridge, United Kingdom: Cambridge University itself is the name and the most established academic institutions on the planet for Top 10 best universities to think study about engineering. The university brings more than 92 Nobel laureates affiliated with Cambridge. It has more than 19000 students out of which 6625 are international students with around 5000 academic staff learning at its 31 college campuses. The university is mostly known for driving research in different subjects starting from arts and humanities, technology, social sciences, clinical medicines, physical and biological sciences.  University of Cambridge has been ranked No. 3 in the world in the Top 500 Global Universities, according to the CEOWORLD magazine University Ranking 2019.

  2. University of Oxford, United Kingdom: TheUniversity of Oxford is considered to be as one of Europe’s most innovative universities with worldwide connections. The university has brought more than 26 Nobel prize winners and 26 British prime ministers which also include David Cameron. It has more 20000 students with 140 nationalities from which 6200 scholarly staff are of international origin. Oxford, in addition, includes 5000 support staff and researchers. You can get an excellent experience while doing internship and study. The University of Oxford has been ranked No. 5 in the world in the Top 500 Global Universities, according to the CEOWORLD magazine University Ranking 2019.

  3. ETH Zurich, Switzerland: For the current year, they have more than 19000 students enrolled with their programs. Another reason behind its becoming popular is because once Albert Einstein taught physics at this university as per the university records. ETH Zurich has been ranked No. 9 in the world in the Top 500 Global Universities, according to the CEOWORLD magazine University Ranking 2019.

  4. Imperial College London, United Kingdom: The imperial college located in London and is considered as a world-class place for research and education in science, management, engineering, and medicine. The college has given a chance to staff to hold administrative positions in the UK government’s office as a consultant to the Ministry of Defence. Today, this university has more than 15000 students from which around 8000 are international students and 3722 academic faculty staff.Imperial College London has been ranked No. 13 in the world in the Top 500 Global Universities, according to the CEOWORLD magazine University Ranking 2019.

  5. University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom: The university is situated in Scotland’s capital and has more than 20+ schools. You can consider this university for subjects like business, economics, engineering, and divinity apart from different numerous subjects. University of Edinburgh has been ranked No. 24 in the world in the Top 500 Global Universities, according to the CEOWORLD magazine University Ranking 2019.

  6. Technical University of Munich, Germany: If you want to study in the university where the inventor of the compression ignition engine was taught, then TUM is the place for you. The university has around 36000 students out of which 5000 selected for mechanical engineering from worldwide.  You can see more than 13 faculties with 5655 academic staff. Apart from its Munich campus, TUM has places in Garching and Freising-Weihenstephan which can be considered as a home to mechanical students. It provides a double degree agreement with more than 20 different establishments and maintains connections with around 170 universities worldwide.  Technical University of Munich has been ranked No. 46 in the world in the Top 500 Global Universities, according to the CEOWORLD magazine University Ranking 2019.

  7. KU Leuven, Belgium: KU Leuven was established in 1425 and is considered as the first biggest and highest-ranking university in Belgium. The university standout amongst the most recognized in Europe with more than 52000 students and around 2360 academic faculty staff. The university has also some smaller sites in 11 different Belgian cities apart from the main campus which includes Brussels, Antwerp. The courses are taught in the Dutch language at these campuses.  KU Leuven has been ranked No. 59 in the world in the Top 500 Global Universities, according to the CEOWORLD magazine University Ranking 2019.

  8. University of Copenhagen, Denmark: The University of Copenhagen is considered as one of the most established colleges in Northern Europe since its underlying foundation in 1479. More than 38000 students were selected in the current year at the Danish university which offers more than 200 different programs. University of Copenhagen has been ranked No. 60 in the world in the Top 500 Global Universities, according to the CEOWORLD magazine University Ranking 2019.

  9. Delft University of Technology, Netherlands: From the last 170 years and more, Delft University is giving technical education and instructing mechanical engineers for a long time starting in 2014. If you’re planning to become entrepreneurs then Delft is your place as it has an entrepreneurial reputation and support over 70 start-up businesses. The university has more than 21,500 students and almost 1573 academic staff. They also built up a partnership with other reputed universities to encourage and expand its student base. Delft University of Technology has been ranked No. 94 in the world in the Top 500 Global Universities, according to the CEOWORLD magazine University Ranking 2019.

  10. RWTH Aachen University, Germany: RWTH is the biggest technology-based university in Germany with a national ranking regularly rate as the best place in Germany for mechanical engineering. The university was at first founded to learn engineers for the mining industry. The institution has built up nearly 1400 start-ups.You will see more than 41,300 students on the campus coming from around 120+ different countries. Out of total students, 8000 students are worldwide students and they have more than 3000+ academic staff with 7000 students in engineering faculty. You will find that most courses are delivered in the German language with some master programmes instructed in English. RWTH Aachen University has been ranked No. 160 in the world in the Top 500 Global Universities, according to the CEOWORLD magazine University Ranking 2019.


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Heena Mansuri
Heena Mansuri, Travel and Fashion reporter at the Lifestyle Desk for CEOWORLD magazine. She covers luxury travel and fashion.
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