Study at one of the UK’s leading engineering departments at Brunel to prepare you for a career in one of the most fast-moving industries in the world.
You’ll use a combination of science, mathematics and engineering to develop new designs, enhance propulsion systems and aircraft structures. By studying an aerospace engineering degree, you’ll also develop wider engineering knowledge through experimenting with fluid mechanics in mechanical engineering and electrical components within electronic and electrical engineering.
At Brunel, you’ll be taught by world-renowned academic staff with first-hand knowledge and experience of the aerospace industry. You’ll benefit from our specialised equipment including the subsonic and supersonic wind tunnels, a full-motion engineering flight simulator and an anechoic chamber.
Our expert lab technicians provide you with tips when using the wind tunnels to measure the wind pressure on wings, running lift tests and collating the readings in an aerodynamics experiment.
Our aerospace engineering courses are designed to give you the knowledge and transferable skills to pursue a challenging and successful future career within the aeronautical and wider industries.
Being accredited by both the Royal Aeronautical Society and the Institution of Mechanical Engineers ensures you are being taught in line with the industry demands and on route to being chartered.
Choose your aerospace engineering degree
The best thing about my course is the combination of simulation and practical lab work, which combines to give us a strong skill set.
Meghna, Aerospace Engineering MEng
Learn in modern facilities and gain industry relevant skills