Imperial College Faculty of Engineering

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The Faculty of Engineering is one of the three main Faculties of Imperial College London. It was formed in 2001 from the former City and Guilds College and the Royal School of Mines - two of the three original 'Constituent Colleges' of Imperial College when the latter was formed in 1907. Graduates of undergraduate programmes from the Faculty, in addition to their degree, obtain the appropriate Associateship according to their course; either the Associateship of the City & Guilds of London Institute (ACGI) or the Associateship of the Royal School of Mines (ARSM). On 18th November 2013 the former mechanical engineering building of was renamed the City and Guilds building to honor the links between the two organizations. The city and guilds building will house mechanical and aeronautical engineering departments.

The Faculty is divided into nine Academic Departments:

References

  • Imperial College Faculties and Departments
  • Imperial College London
  • Robotics at Imperial College London
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