Aerospace Engineering study in the UK

Aerospace Engineering in the UK

Career options, entry requirements and rankings for Aerospace Engineering.

UK Aerospace Engineering Courses

Introduction to Aerospace Engineering

Aerospace Engineering involves the research and development of aircraft and its associated technologies. You will learn about the complexities of aircraft systems, the various types of system failure and how to prevent such failure. A UK Aerospace Engineering degree will give you the necessary skills needed to work as an aerospace engineer working for an airline, a company or the military.

You should look for courses that are approved by the relevant professional bodies such as Accreditation from the Royal Aeronautical Society (RAeS), which meets in part the academic requirements for Chartered Engineer (CEng) registration, and the full requirements for an Incorporated Engineer (IEng) registration.

Applying for an Aerospace Engineering course?

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An Aerospace Engineering degree covers a number of subjects and related disciplines. Such a course may commence with mechanical and electric engineering, fluid mechanics, structural mechanics and dynamics, mathematics, physics, engineering design and application, and move onto more specialised fields in propulsion and materials science, maintenance and logistics, technical management, aerospace applications and aerospace industrial studies. Other modules may include aerospace technology, real time control and many others.

Careers in Aerospace Engineering

After completing a degree in Aerospace Engineering, graduates find roles in whole spectrum of aerospace careers in areas such as aircraft and component design, aircraft manufacture, maintenance and testing, flight simulation, patent engineering, systems engineer and structures engineer.

Aerospace Engineering Entry Requirements

  • Typical International Baccalaureate requirements: Minimum 34 points.
  • Typical A-levels requirements: AAB including Mathematics and Physics.
  • Typical IELTS requirements: 6.0 overall, with no lower than 5.5 in any one component.
IELTS Preparation Classes

If you need to improve your IELTS score ahead of beginning an Aerospace Engineering degree, sign up for our flexible IELTS classes at the University Foundation College today. 

Please note that entry requirements vary for each UK university.

Where can I study Aerospace Engineering in the UK?

To learn more about the best Aerospace Engineering courses in the UK, find details on the top ten ranking Aerospace Engineering universities below:

  1. University of Cambridge
  2. Imperial College London
  3. University of Bath
  4. Bristol University
  5. University of Southampton
  6. University of Surrey
  7. University of Leeds
  8. Loughborough University
  9. University of Sheffield
  10. University of Nottingham

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