Welcome to the College of Engineering and Informatics

 

In today’s challenging economic climate, it is critical to choose the right qualification. The College of Engineering and Informatics provides excellent opportunities for students in a great learning environment, and also for creative and talented students from undergraduate to postgraduate masters, doctoral and postdoctoral levels.

Today, the College consists of five disciplines; Biomedical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Electrical & Electronic Engineering, Information Technology and Mechanical Engineering with exciting opportunities in all areas. 

World-leading research drives teaching forward at the College of Engineering and Informatics. Your learning experience is enhanced by this spirit of inquiry, as you are taught by academics who are bringing the latest ideas and discoveries into the lecture theatre. 

At the College of Engineering and Informatics, we are committed to delivering top quality teaching for our students and our Centre for Excellence in Teaching and Learning enables lecturers to keep up-to-date with their teaching practices. Blackboard, our Virtual Learning Environment, is extremely popular with students who find that it enhances their learning experience and gives them access to more learning resources.

A qualification from the College of Engineering and Informatics helps you to distinguish yourself in a competitive job market. It also enables you to develop the specialist skills you need to succeed in your chosen field. Our graduates are well regarded by employers and find employment soon after completing their programmes.

We look forward to welcoming you to the College of Engineering and Informatics where you will be at the forefront of developments in engineering and informatics education.

Professor Gerard Lyons