Okay, I have been spending a bit if time looking up engineering degree courses, aerospace engineering courses in particular, and I haven't seen many courses that include much of the astronautical side of things.
I found a few relevant courses on the Southampton Uni website, but that was more or less it.
So...my question is, are there any other good aerospace courses out there with a healthy mix of aerospace and astronautical based modules?
Do you think that more courses will include more space relevant topics in the near future?
Thanks for reading this.
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- Thread Starter
- 16-04-2013 19:56
- 19-04-2013 17:51
Yeah, Astronautical engineering is actually what I what to do, but as you said there is a shortage of courses. I would choose Southampton but hate the campus, anyway try kingston, its not that great of a uni or anything but think they have a aernautics/astronautics course.... or aberyswth do robotics and space science I think?