Student profiles

Hear from our current undergraduate students and find out what they love about studying Aerospace Engineering.

Aerosoc President – Parisha Mistry

The first port of call for Aerospace students

Parisha Mistry The Aerospace Society

We have many student societies to choose from. Hear from the President of the Aerospace Society – Parish Mistry – about why Aerosoc should be your first choice.

Siung Chong

I don't think I would be where I am if it were not for all the countless opportunities my supervisors gave me

Siung Chong Scandinavian Airlines

Siung Chong graduated with a BEng in Aerospace Engineering and went on to do a PhD in Space Physics at the University of Sheffield. Here he talks about his experience at Sheffield and how it’s shaped his career as an Aircraft Data Analyst at Scandinavian Airlines.

Renerables Graduate Engineer, Hannah Clague

Studying aerospace engineering opens up a number of opportunities and gives you the ability to choose an industry you’re passionate about.

Hannah Clague Aerospace Engineering BEng (Hons)

After graduating with her degree in Aerospace Engineering, Hannah joined Siemens Gamesa as a Renewables Graduate Engineer, and is working on the development of wind turbines.

A profile photo of Alex Buxton.

The world-class facilities offered by the Diamond building made Sheffield stand out from the other universities

Alex Buxton Aerospace Engineering BEng

Alex enjoys the variety of practical and theoretical elements that come from the course's interdisciplinary nature.

A profile photo of Andrej Roibu.

I was particularly attracted to the interdisciplinary nature of the course at Sheffield

Andrei Roibu Aerospace Engineering with a Year in Industry MEng

Andrei's favourite part of the course has been the variety of diverse, challenging projects available.

A profile photo of Amy McLauchlan.

I wanted to study something that would give me a broad range of skills and the best chance of making a difference to the world

Amy McLauchlan Aerospace Engineering with a Year in North America MEng

Amy appreciates the combination of engineering and technical knowledge alongside project work and opportunities such as her year abroad.

A profile photo of Will Proud.

I'd say aerospace is the pinnacle of interdisciplinary engineering

Will Proud Aerospace Engineering with a Year in Industry BEng

Will feels fortunate to be graduating in an exciting time for the space industry.

Aerospace student Brandon O'Connell at the Sir William Siemens Challenge: MindSphere Live

Since I was a child, I have always had a fascination with space and spacecraft

Brandon O'Connell Aerospace Engineering with a Year in Industry MEng

Sheffield native Brandon knew that staying local was the best option for his studies, thanks to the university's reputation and facilities.

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