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    I want to be a pilot, but I also would like to do an engineering degree in aircraft as a back up plan. Which one would be more applicable to being a pilot?
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    (Original post by J.Oconnor)
    I want to be a pilot, but I also would like to do an engineering degree in aircraft as a back up plan. Which one would be more applicable to being a pilot?
    If you want to become a pilot then it doesn't matter which one you do. aeronautical & aerospace are pretty much same thing although universities that call it aerospace usually have space modules (such as Bristol, Southampton), where as Glasgow for example call it aeronautical and it doesn't say on their website they offer space modules. (http://www.gla.ac.uk/undergraduate/d...rammestructure) . So the only difference is the 1 or 2 space modules being offered in aerospace. But for the most part they're the same course.
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    They're almost identical. Both are fine.
 
 
 
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