First year subjects include mechanical and electrical engineering, aerodynamic and aircraft systems, aircraft structures and propulsion systems plus supporting studies in mathematics and practical engineering.
In the second year, you will study aircraft systems, structures, aerodynamics and management in further depth. There will also be modules such as human factors in aerospace and avionics. You will have the option to apply for a one-year work placement or study abroad in a partner institution.
For the final year, the modules will be mainly activity led such as aerospace applications and aerospace industrial studies. Other modules include aerospace technology and real time control. You will also have to plan and deliver your own individual project.