Top 50 Best Engineering Schools in The World [2018 – 2019] – Interesting Engineering

Engineering is one career path that almost always requires some form of higher education. If you have a degree in engineering, it essentially translates to you being a good learner and that you have the ability to solve real-world problems.
There are, of course, other reasons to go to college than just to get a good job. You might want to get an engineering degree as a personal goal or to continue a family tradition. Whatever field you do end up getting into, getting an engineering degree will certainly set you off right.
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We’ve put together this article with top-ranking sources around the web to list the top 50 engineering schools in the world. England and the U.S. have some of the top-ranking spots, but tons of other countries’ schools do end up making the list. Take a look and see which one might be right for you!
1. University of Oxford
No. of students: 20,298
International students: 40%       
Female:Male Ratio: 46 : 54
 2. University of Cambridge
No. of students: 18,749
International students: 37%       
Female:Male Ratio: 46 : 54
3. Stanford University
No. of students: 15,878               
International students: 23%
Female:Male Ratio: 43 : 57
4. Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
* No. of students: 11,231
* International students: 34%    
* Female:Male Ratio: 38 : 62
Tip for getting into college: Start thinking about colleges as early as possible in your life. This will help you narrow down your goals and make picking what you want to do with your life a little bit easier. In the end, don’t stress out about it, but college does make up about .5% of your entire life and can determine what happens in the remaining 60%.
5. California Institute of Technology (Caltech)
No. of students: 2,255                  
International students: 29%       
Female:Male Ratio: 33 : 67

6. Harvard University
No. of students: 20,595
International students: 26%
Female:Male Ratio: 48:52
7. Princeton University
No. of students: 7,996   
International students: 24%       
Female:Male Ratio: 45 : 55
8. Yale University
No. of students: 12,318
International students: 20%
Female:Male Ratio: 50:50
9. Imperial College London
No. of students: 16,425
International students: 56%       
Female:Male Ratio: 38 : 62
10. University of Chicago
No. of students: 13,562
International students: 25%       
Female:Male Ratio: 44 : 56
11. ETH Zurich – Swiss Federal Institute of Technology
No. of students: 18,171
International students: 39%       
Female:Male Ratio: 31:69
12. Johns Hopkins University
No. of students: 16,146
International students: 25%       
Female:Male Ratio: 52:48
13. University of Pennsylvania
No. of students: 20,443
International students: 20%       
Female:Male Ratio: 52:48
14. UCL (University College London) 
No. of students: 31,696            
International students: 51%       
Female:Male Ratio: 57 : 43
15. University of California, Berkeley (UCB)
No. of students: 36,468
International students: 17%       
Female:Male Ratio: 51 : 49
16. Columbia University 
No. of students: 26,586
International students: 37%       
Female:Male Ratio: n/a
17. University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) 
No. of students: 39,464
International students: 17%       
Female:Male Ratio: 53 : 47
18. Duke University
No. of students: 15,037
International students: 18%       
Female:Male Ratio: 48:52
19. Cornell University
No. of students: 21,904
International students: 25%       
Female:Male Ratio: 49 : 51

20. University of Michigan
No. of students: 41,831           
International students: 17%       
Female:Male Ratio: 48 : 52 
21. University of Toronto
No. of students: 72,202               
International students: 19%       
Female:Male Ratio: n/a 
22. Tsinghua University
No. of students: 36,912
International students: 11%       
Female:Male Ratio: 34 : 66
Considering an international college or university? Going international for your education can be a pretty daunting task. Outside of just getting into the school, make sure you look into the visa application process and consider if there is an easier option closer to home. In the end, if international education will set you up for success, then you’ll have to work hard to make sure all the pieces come together.
23. National University of Singapore (NUS)
No. of students: 30,727
International students: 28%       
Female:Male Ratio: 50 : 50 
24. Carnegie Mellon University
No. of students: 13,033
International students: 37%       
Female:Male Ratio: 40 : 60
25. Northwestern University
No. of students: 17,600          
International students: 19%       
Female:Male Ratio: 48 : 52
26. New York University
No. of students: 44,433          
International students: 32%       
Female:Male Ratio: 56 : 44
 27. University of Washington
No. of students: 45,476
International students: 16%       
Female:Male Ratio: 53 : 47
28. The University of Edinburgh
No. of students: 28,153
International students: 41%       
Female:Male Ratio: 60 : 40 
29. University of California, San Diego (UCSD)
No. of students: 21,687            
International students:  20%      
Female:Male Ratio: 46 : 54
30. Peking University
No. of students: 42,547
International students: 17%       
Female:Male Ratio: 48 : 52
31. The University of Melbourne 
No. of students: 45,030               
International students: 42%       
Female:Male Ratio: 56 : 46
32. Georgia Institute of Technology
No. of students: 21,903
International students: 27%       
Female:Male Ratio: 32 : 68
33. Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL) 
No. of students: 10,343
International students: 57%       
Female:Male Ratio: 28 : 72

34. The University of Hong Kong
No. of students: 18,122               
International students: 43%       
Female:Male Ratio: 54 : 46
35. University of British Columbia 
No. of students: 53,566
International students: 30%       
Female:Male Ratio: 54 : 46 
36.  Kings College London
No. of students: 24,293
International students: 42%       
Female:Male Ratio: 62 : 38
37University of Texas at Austin
No. of students: 48,561               
International students: 10%       
Female:Male Ratio: 51 : 49 
38. The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology 
No. of students: 10,394
International students: 31%       
Female:Male Ratio: n/a 
39. Paris Sciences et Lettres – PSL Research University Paris 
No. of students: 20,722
International students: 26%       
Female:Male Ratio: 44:56
Are you evaluating which school to go to? It’s never too early to start building a network. Talk to former graduates of the colleges you’re interested in. This can be the best way to learn about your potential school.
40. The University of Tokyo
No. of students: 25,828
International students: 11%       
Female:Male Ratio: n/a

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41. University of Wisconsin-Madison 
No. of students: 39,193
International students: 12%       
Female:Male Ratio:  n/a 
42. McGill University 
No. of students: 31,060        
International students: 28%       
Female:Male Ratio: 58 : 42
Begin to eliminate colleges and universities from your final list. Choosing the right school can be a hard task, but it’s something you have to do. Start by making a list with your closest friends and family and slowly narrow down the choices by factors that are most important to you.
43. Technical University of Munich
No. of students: 39,726
International students: 24%       
Female:Male Ratio: 34 : 66
44. KU Leuven
No. of students: 44,719             
International students: 15%       
Female:Male Ratio: 49 : 51

45. The Australian National University 
No. of students: 16,840               
International students: 39%       
Female:Male Ratio: 52 : 48 
46. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
No. of students: 43,908
International students: 24%       
Female:Male Ratio: 47 : 53 
 47. Nanyang Technological University, Singapore (NTU)
No. of students: 25,738
International students: 28%       
Female:Male Ratio: 48 : 52 
48. Brown University 
No. of students: 9,082 
International students: 21%       
Female:Male Ratio: n/a
49. The Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK)
No. of students: 17,883               
International students: 33%       
Female:Male Ratio: n/a
50.  Washington University St. Louis
No. of students: 13,074              
International students: 20%       
Female:Male Ratio: n/a
Family Support: Family and friend support is key in having a good time at college. If you can build a support system around your education, you’re sure to succeed down the line.

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