Facts & Figures
Cultivating internationally-focused graduates with the basic and applied skills needed to push the boundaries of science and technology and the ability to identify and solve problems on the basis of innovative thinking
The goal of the Faculty of Engineering is to help students acquire the academic knowledge, technological expertise and research strategies that they will need as researchers, engineers and designers working in the field of engineering. At the same time, we seek to cultivate graduates with the capacity and inclination to independently identify and solve academic and practical challenges as responsible and socially-minded professionals. In order to achieve this, the Faculty of Engineering provides a great variety of basic knowledge courses tailored to different specialized fields in science and technology which, in order to ensure that this knowledge does not remain an abstraction, is combined with real-world experience derived in the lab and through practical training.
The culmination of this four-year program is the graduate research undertaken by each student. Of course, students learn far more than just science and technology, they undertake a wide-ranging curriculum that emphasizes the development of well-rounded individuals equipped with the sort of broad knowledge and ethics required of engineers, along with a global mindset and capacity for comprehensive decision-making.