The Bachelor’s Degree in Aerospace Engineering aims to train professionals to work in companies that design, manufacture and certify a large variety of products and systems, ranging from space shuttles and satellites, to helicopters and airplanes, to rocket and jet engines. Aerospace companies also design and certify airport and air navigation systems, as well as the tools the specialist needs to maintain such vehicles and systems.
To acquire these skills, the degree student studies subjects shared with other branches of engineering: mathematics, physics, materials, structures and fluid mechanics.
The teaching methodology has a strong practical and applied approach, with small-sized classes. During their last year, students can carry out an internship in a company in the aerospace industry.
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- Full Time
High school Diploma, Specific Competency Exams. The student must have a solid prior education, primarily in mathematics and physics. Observational and analytical skills, capacity and speed in mathematical calculations and quantifiable problem solving, as well as logical and abstract reasoning are also very important. Moreover, it is advisable to possess the capability to establish relationships between observable reality and its description through mathematical models.
The second application period is open from 15 February 2023 until 21 April 2023.
We recommend that you apply as soon as possible, as the places will be filled as the process progresses and the degrees will no longer be offered once they run out of free places.
- 4 years
- Full Time
- On Campus Learning