The MSc programme in Aerospace Engineering aims to develop the basic competences acquired in a BSc programme and take them to a higher level in terms of knowledge, critical reflection, making judgements and working independently.
The master's degree in Aerospace Engineering is a continuation and extension of a bachelor's degree. The training centres on the construction, testing, maintenance and operation of airplanes or space vehicles (including launch vehicles and space stations). These objects often comply with conflicting requirements. For example, you keep life cycle, safety, fuel consumption and weight into account. You acquire knowledge about aerodynamics, materials science, control systems and construction techniques.
Aerospace engineers solve transport, logistics, and environmental problems. They maintain, repair and overhaul aircraft services in developing countries.
Mechanics, Aerospace Structures and Materials; Aerospace Design, Integration and Operations; Earth Observation and Space Systems/Satellites
Previous educationBSc degree (or equivalent) in one of the following engineering fields: aeronautical, space or aerospace, mechanical (or equivalent).
Knowledge minimumSee: www.tudelft.nl/msc
Language requirementsIELTS overall band: 6.5, TOEFL internet based: 90
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