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. In order to achieve the levels we aim for, the MSc programme requires that you specialise and choose a specific direction within the domain of aerospace engineering. Since all of the faculty’s teaching and research activities centre on aerospace vehicles, the range of choices available focuses entirely on aircraft and spacecraft.
- Educates the student to become an all-round aerospace engineer
- Provides a coherent and specialised curriculum
- Major theme: research
- Differentiation: specialisation, Honours Track programme
At the start of the programme, you will select a general field of aerospace engineering, known as a track. You will then proceed to refine this direction by selecting a profile. The mandatory internship enables you to experience the professional environment of the job market and to make an active contribution, preferably in an aerospace-related industry or research institute. You will complete the programme by carrying out your own final research project and reporting your methodology and results in your Master’s thesis.
Once you have completed your Master’s programme, you will be:
- equipped to work all over the world
- capable of giving consideration to the environmental and social impact of technology
- able to work as an industrial engineer, director, manager, senior advisor or consultant