Faculty of Engineering and Physical Sciences, University of Leeds, the United KingdomVisit course webpage Save to shortlist
Aeronautical and aerospace engineering is concerned with the development of aircraft and spacecraft - using science and engineering, computational and analytical skills to design vehicles and structures that interact with the earth's atmosphere and beyond.
From choosing materials which maximise structural strength to optimising aerodynamics and fuel economy, today's industry-leading aeronautical and aerospace engineers are developing new technologies for use in aviation, defence systems, and spacecraft.
Studying aeronautical and aerospace engineering at Leeds will open up a whole world of opportunities for your career. You'll develop your abilities in mathematics, physics, materials and computer science, backed-up with a strong design philosophy - all of which will equip you to design, analyse, manufacture and operate aircraft and aerospace vehicles.
Our degree programmes develop world-class mechanical engineers who help meet the challenges facing the aerospace sector. Our active Industrial Advisory Board helps inform the development of this course to ensure that it is up to date with industry developments and requirements. That's one of the reasons why our graduates are so in demand from industry, and why our courses are accredited by the leading professional bodies.
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