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Course delivery is a well-balanced combination of theory and practical sessions. In your first two years, you will gain solid knowledge and understanding of key aerospace engineering principles. You’ll also develop your reflective skills and professional development planning through the professional engineering practice module.
In later years, you move on to specialist topics such as propulsion systems, flight testing, advanced aerodynamics, space mechanics, and the design and analysis of aircraft and spacecraft systems. There is also a choice of optional modules, either fluids or solids, depending on your area of interest.
You will work on your industry-relevant individual research project in your third year and your major group project in your MEng final year.
Our aerospace engineering degrees are delivered by world-renowned academic staff. They are also researchers, collaborating with commercial organisations like aircraft manufacturers. This means they feed their cutting edge research back into the course. There will also be guest lectures from industry experts and aerospace engineering site visits.
There are opportunities to study abroad during your second year, either in Europe or at University of Iowa in the USA.
Study will combine lectures, seminars and tutorials, laboratory work, computer simulation, field work, case studies, self-study, research reports and project work.
An aerospace engineering degree from Brunel will equip you with innovative technical knowledge and transferable skills relevant to demanding careers in the aerospace, aeronautical and related industries.
Our MEng students often have several job offers before they graduate and find themselves in the enviable position of cherry-picking their prospective careers. They take up employment in fields such as:
Brunel’s high-calibre graduates are working for prestigious organisations, including:
Opting for the year in industry during your aerospace engineering degree often leads to a job offer from your placement company.