Undergraduate Aerospace courses
Why choose Aerospace?
As an aerospace graduate you will have excellent employment prospects. Engineers in this field work across both the civilian and defence sides of the aerospace industry.
Our graduates have worked on major projects such as the Airbus A380, the Typhoon (EFA), missile systems, satellites and space vehicles. Many move into management positions within a few years.
Find your perfect course
The University of Hertfordshire has a strong track record of providing the aerospace industry with highly skilled aeronautical engineers. We have a fantastic range of Aerospace courses for you to choose from:
Aerospace Engineering courses
Courses in Aerospace Engineering focus on aircraft design, aircraft structures, materials and aerodynamics.
You will learn computer-aided design as well as finite element analysis and may join other students to design a complete aircraft.
|Courses to choose from||UCAS code|
|Aerospace Engineering (BEng)||H410|
|Aerospace Engineering (MEng)||H401|
|Aerospace Engineering with Space Technology (BEng Hons)||H400|
|Aerospace Engineering with Space Technology (MEng)||H402|
Aerospace Systems Engineering courses
Courses in Aerospace Systems Engineering have a particular emphasis on avionics and flight control systems, leading towards a chartered engineer status.
You will become familiar with our flight simulators as well as commercial simulation software such as MatLab.
|Aerospace Systems Engineering (BEng)||H430|
|Aerospace Systems Engineering (MEng)||H431|
|Aerospace Systems Engineering with Pilot Studies (BEng)||H492|
|Aerospace Systems Engineering with Pilot Studies (MEng)||H491|
Aerospace Technology courses
Courses in Aerospace Technology focus on computer-aided engineering related to aerospace products including 3D modelling, computer-aided analysis, simulation and manufacture.
You may gain the flying experience necessary for a National Private Pilot's Licence.
|Aerospace Technology with Management (BSc)||H422|
|Aerospace Technology with Pilot Studies (BSc)||H490|
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