BEng (Hons) Aerospace Engineering with Optional Sandwich Placement/ Study Abroad
About the course
This Aerospace Engineering course specialises in aircraft design, especially aircraft structures, materials and aerodynamics.
What you will learn
You will learn CATIA, a computer-aided design package, as well as finite element analysis and computational fluid dynamics. You will also join other aerospace students to design a complete aircraft.
First Year: You will study aerospace technology and industry, engineering mathematics, engineering applications of mathematics, materials and electrical science, mechanical science, introduction to manufacturing technology, career skills development, introduction to design, fluid mechanics and thermodynamics.
Second Year: You will study aerothermodynamics, aerospace design, further engineering mathematics, computer-aided engineering, structural mechanics, dynamics and data acquisition and control systems, project management and product development.
Work placement year: You have the option of taking an integrated one-year professional placement during your Aerospace Engineering course.
Fourth Year (Final Year for BEng): You will study aerospace performance, propulsion and design, stability and control of aircraft, aerodynamics, mechanics and properties of materials, aerospace structural design and analysis, and an individual major project.
Final Year (MEng): You will study aeroelasticity, flight mechanics, CFD analysis for aerospace applications, human resources management, successful project delivery, and a team project.
Why choose this course?
This BEng Honours degree in Aerospace Engineering has an excellent, long-established reputation with the aerospace industry.
Experienced aerospace staff with a wealth of industrial know-how will teach you. We have an applied approach to teaching and our contacts prove invaluable to graduates seeking employment.
Excellent facilities at the School of Engineering include the best equipment: flight simulator, wind tunnels, specialist laboratories and CAE software.
UCAS have introduced a new tariff for 2017 entry so the points being asked for are substantially different to previous years.