What would be the best college at Cambridge to study engineering?

In summary, the engineering program at Cambridge is currently ranked #4 in the world according to the QS World University Rankings. The admissions process is highly competitive, with an acceptance rate of only around 20%. Opportunities for hands-on learning and research are plentiful, including access to state-of-the-art facilities, internships with industry partners, and research projects with faculty members. There are also several specializations and concentrations within the program, including aerospace and aerothermal engineering, bioengineering, energy, sustainability and the environment, and information and computer engineering. Students are encouraged to participate in extracurricular activities and clubs related to their field of study, such as the Cambridge University Engineering Society, the Engineering Women's Society, and the Engineering Without Borders chapter.
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Lardbob
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I'm new here, so firstly hey everyone.

I'm an english 6th form student looking to study engineering at Cambridge. If anyone has knowledge about the easiest colleges to get into, the ones with the best teaching, highest proportion of "easy offers" etc, that would be really helpful

Thanks
 
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Peterhouse is directly adjacent to the Engineering department. It is possible, from 1st year accomodation, to get from bed to lectures in about a minute.
 
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Haha, brilliant : D
peterhouse it is
 

Related to What would be the best college at Cambridge to study engineering?

1. What is the ranking of the engineering program at Cambridge?

According to the QS World University Rankings, the engineering program at Cambridge is currently ranked #4 in the world.

2. How competitive is the admissions process for the engineering program at Cambridge?

The admissions process for the engineering program at Cambridge is highly competitive, with an acceptance rate of only around 20%. Applicants are expected to have excellent academic credentials and a strong background in STEM subjects.

3. What opportunities are available for hands-on learning and research in the engineering program at Cambridge?

The engineering program at Cambridge offers numerous opportunities for hands-on learning and research, including access to state-of-the-art laboratories and facilities, internships and co-ops with industry partners, and participation in research projects with faculty members.

4. Are there any specializations or concentrations within the engineering program at Cambridge?

Yes, the engineering program at Cambridge offers several specializations and concentrations, including aerospace and aerothermal engineering, bioengineering, energy, sustainability and the environment, and information and computer engineering.

5. Can students in the engineering program at Cambridge participate in extracurricular activities and clubs related to their field of study?

Absolutely. There are numerous extracurricular activities and clubs related to engineering at Cambridge, such as the Cambridge University Engineering Society, the Engineering Women's Society, and the Engineering Without Borders chapter. These organizations provide opportunities for networking, professional development, and hands-on projects outside of the classroom.

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