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Aerospace Engineering Masters (MSc): Course features

What this course offers you

  • The Aerospace Engineering course has been designed to meet the requirements of the Engineering Council for UK-SPEC. It provides you with a strategic overview of engineering and management issues.
  • The course will develop your professional, analytical, research, business and management skills, as well as improving your technical skills and knowledge. For example, you will gain communication, teamwork, planning, decision-making, IT and problem-solving skills which enhance your prospects of gaining employment and progressing your career in the aerospace industry.
  • The programme is built on a comprehensive application of techniques such as advanced computer-based design, Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) and Finite Elements Analysis (FEA).
  • Each module combines a stimulating mix of lectures, practical laboratory work, group work, case studies and presentations.
  • The Aerospace Group Design Project gives you the chance to solve a real-world engineering problem.
  • You can choose to study either full time or part time to fit in with work commitments. September and January start dates give you extra flexibility.
  • There is a strong link between our academic staff research and teaching. Our teaching teams have been actively involved in the research of computational fluid dynamic, aerodynamics and advanced materials.
  • Postgraduates of this course have taken up posts in a variety of employment settings including Amsafe Armour, Solion Solar Energy, Easjet, Lufthansa, Flybe, Hawkerhind and Precision Press Parts Corp. Some postgraduates have continued their studies in PhD research projects.
  • Kingston University is the biggest provider of undergraduate aerospace engineering courses in the UK.
  • The University has well-equipped laboratories including two teaching flight simulators, a Learjet business aircraft, large scale low-speed wind tunnels, materials testing, rapid prototyping and high performance computing facilities.

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This course is taught at Roehampton Vale

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Christopher Antrobus' Group Design Project

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