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    Hi everyone,
    i wanted to know what are the minimum requirements for aeronautical engineering ?
    Secondly can i study mechanical engineering and later specialize in aeronautical engineering ?
    Thanks
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    Go check Southampton university as they do a course in aeronautical engineering or Imperial College London likewise.
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    (Original post by Salem9078)
    Go check Southampton university as they do a course in aeronautical engineering or Imperial College London likewise.
    Thanks. I'll try to see with them
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    (Original post by alsahir)
    Hi everyone,
    i wanted to know what are the minimum requirements for aeronautical engineering ?
    Secondly can i study mechanical engineering and later specialize in aeronautical engineering ?
    Thanks
    Entirely depends on the university, there is a wide range. What grades are you expecting to get? Are you studying maths and physics (usually required), plus one other.

    And yes you can. Although entry requirements for mech are similar to aero.

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    You'll need A levels or equivalent in Maths and Physics, usually A*AA or AAA overall though there are unis which require less and a couple which require more.

    Yes you can do Mechanical first then specialise in Aero, either via the university offering it as a specialisation, them having the Mech and aero students on a common core, or doing an MSc. My word of warning regarding this would be that you could miss out on a lot of content which you would've done if you had done just Aero. At many unis you can't transfer between the two courses because the differences are so large.
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    Thanks for your reply Doonesbury
    i'm expecting BBC or BCC I've tried searching and got universities demanding AAA or A*AAAnd Yes i'm studying maths and physics as well as design and technology
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    (Original post by Helloworld_95)
    You'll need A levels or equivalent in Maths and Physics, usually A*AA or AAA overall though there are unis which require less and a couple which require more.

    Yes you can do Mechanical first then specialise in Aero, either via the university offering it as a specialisation, them having the Mech and aero students on a common core, or doing an MSc. My word of warning regarding this would be that you could miss out on a lot of content which you would've done if you had done just Aero. At many unis you can't transfer between the two courses because the differences are so large.
    Hi thanks for your advice
    Dont you know some universities in Europe having BBB, BBC or BCC as entry requirements ?
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    (Original post by alsahir)
    Thanks for your reply Doonesbury
    i'm expecting BBC or BCC I've tried searching and got universities demanding AAA or A*AAAnd Yes i'm studying maths and physics as well as design and technology
    In that case you may have to go via the foundation year route.

    Although Staffordshire might be within reach
    http://www.staffs.ac.uk/course/aeron...ngineering-bsc

    There may be others too. Use this to find some universities, start at the bottom and work up...
    https://www.thecompleteuniversitygui...ng+Engineering



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    (Original post by Doonesbury)
    In that case you may have to go via the foundation year route.

    Although Staffordshire might be within reach
    http://www.staffs.ac.uk/course/aeron...ngineering-bsc

    There may be others too. Use this to find some universities, start at the bottom and work up...
    https://www.thecompleteuniversitygui...ng+Engineering



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    Many thanks
    I'll try this.
 
 
 
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