Aeronautical/Aerospace Engineering


Aerospace / Aeronautical Engineering
Aeronautical engineering degrees represent the branch of engineering that deals with the research, design, development, construction, testing, science and technology of aircraft or spacecraft. The field also covers investigation into aerodynamic characteristics of aircraft, including behaviors and related factors such as airfoil, control surfaces, lift and drag. In recent years, aeronautical engineering has become one of two major and overlapping branches of aerospace engineering, with astronautical engineering being the second.

University of Bath

UK

Selective

University of Bristol

UK

Highly Selective or Selective, depending on the programme.

University of Glasgow

UK

Highly Selective, Less Selective

University of Manchester

UK

Highly Selective

University of Nottingham

UK, China, Malaysia

Rutgers University

USA

Selective

Swansea University

UK

Somewhat Selective

Wake Forest University

USA

Highly Selective

University of Birmingham

UK, UAE

Somewhat Selective

City University London

UK

Highly Selective (Business School), Selective, Somewhat Selective

Imperial College London

UK

Highly Selective

University of Minnesota, Twin Cities

USA

Selective

University of Pécs

Hungary

Somewhat Selective

Study Options

Australia, New Zealand

Open Admission, Less Selective, Somewhat Selective, Selective, Highly Selective

University of Toronto

Canada

Highly Selective, Selective

University of Wisconsin-Madison

USA

Selective

Boston University

USA

Highly Selective

Georgia Institute of Technology

USA

Highly Selective

University of Leeds

UK

Selective

New York University

USA, UAE, China

Highly Selective

Queen Mary, University of London

UK, Malta

Highly Selective

University of Surrey

UK

Somewhat Selective

University of Southern California (USC)

USA

Highly Selective

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