When it comes to engineering education and research, NTU's College of Engineering is consistently ranked among the top in the world.
In the US News & World Report's global ranking of engineering schools (October 2014), NTU's College of Engineering was placed 5th among all engineering institutions in the world and 2nd in Asia. The ranking is based primarily on strengths in producing research related to a variety of engineering topics, including aerospace engineering, mechanical engineering, electrical engineering and civil engineering.
In the Essential Science Indicators 2014, NTU Engineering research output was among the top six globally and the 6th most-cited worldwide.
NTU’s Engineering & Technology climbed three positions to No. 6 in the world and 2nd in Asia, in the QS 2016/17 World University Rankings.
In the Academic Ranking of World Universities 2014 produced by Shanghai Jiao Tong University, NTU Engineering was ranked 12th globally and 1st in Asia.
NTU's College of Engineering houses six schools and has about 16,000 students and almost 2,000 faculty and staff members. The six schools are:
As the bedrock of civilisation and modern cities, interdisciplinary research grounded in engineering looks set to continue to shape our lives in the future and solve a multitude of pressing global problems, such as climate change, ageing population, healthcare needs, the earth's sustainability, and global and personal communications.