This course is ideal if you are interested in the design, construction and operation of aircraft but would like to extend your study of aerospace engineering beyond the atmosphere and up into space. The degree is accredited by the Royal Aeronautical Society as leading to chartered engineer (CEng) status.
Examples of modules: Year 1 - Introduction to Aerospace Engineering;
Thermofluids and Mechanical Principles;
Analytical Methods, Computing, Electrical and Electronics Systems;
Engineering Design, Materials and Manufacture 1;
Year 2 - Aerospace and Space Engineering, Design and Project Management;
Electronic Systems, Control and Computing;
Aerospace Structures, Materials and Dynamics;
Aerodynamics, Propulsion and Analytical Methods; Year 3 - Space Vehicle Design;
Business and Project Management and Group Design Project;
Further Aerodynamics and Propulsion and Computational Techniques OR Further Aerospace Structures, Materials and Dynamics
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A very supportive environment, with a comforting and lush market town surrounding campus in lovely Surrey. It’s a such a beautiful campus, but if you fancy a bit of excitement, the centre of London's only 20 minutes away – the best of both worlds, really. And there's a really friendly atmosphere, especially with the Student Union who are incredibly helpful, very friendly and considerate. There’s loads going on throughout the year – for one, the food festival hits town just as Freshers gets going, so you can meet your new flatmates and find new and exotic hangover cures!
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