MSc Advanced Aerospace Technologies
With Sheffield being at the heartland of the UK aerospace industry, there's never been a better time to study Advanced Aerospace Technologies at the University.
Eligibility: Aerospace and mechanical engineering graduates
Study mode: Full time
Duration: One year
Start date: September 2018
Programme code: AERT01
Take your knowledge of aerospace engineering to the next level on this specialist one-year Masters course.
Alongside traditional aeronautical subjects such as materials, structures, aerodynamics and propulsion, you will also study concepts of systems integration and flight control, essential to the production of more efficient and environmentally-friendly aircraft and aerospace systems. You will get to choose the direction your studies take by specialising further in aeromechanics or avionics.
You will have the unique opportunity to work alongside the aerospace industry through our Industrial Training Programme, as well as designing and building an unmanned air vehicle as part of the Group Design Project.
The course draws upon expertise from six departments in the Faculties of Engineering and Science, as well as the University's Management School. This breadth and depth of study will ensure you graduate as a highly knowledgeable aerospace engineering specialist.
Industrial Training Programme
Group Design Project
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Teaching is informed and invigorated by the research and scholarship of our academic staff, with a key focus on student-centred learning. You'll be taught and assessed in a variety of ways to support your learning and enhance your understanding.
Learning and teaching
You'll experience both core modules and electives in either avionics or aeromechanics, enabling you to drive the direction you'd like your studies to take.
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English language requirements
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