MSc-PgDip Aerospace Design and Manufacture

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  • Objectives
    Learn to deal with complex engineering issues in a systematic and creative way Employ a range of techniques to review and critically analyse information Design and specify manufacturing processes that can be exploited for prototype manufacture.
  • Entry requirements
    The programme has been designed to assist engineering graduates seeking employment in the aerospace manufacturing and design sector, and in part-time mode, for practicing engineers from the aerospace industries who wish to extend and update their skills
  • Academic title
    MSc/PgDip Aerospace Design and Manufacture
  • Course description
    Programme content


    -Manufacturing Technology
    -Industrial Aerospace Design Group Project
    -Manufacturing System Design and Simulation
    -Appropriate and New Materials Technology
    -Aerospace Assembly

    The programme is assessed through a combination of examinations and coursework.

    Career progression
    Aerospace design and manufacturing in companies such as British Aerospace and Airbus UK.

    DurationTwo years, part-time
    PgDip: nine months

    Entry requirements
    -Typically a minimum of 2:2 honours degree with significant numerate content comparable to first degrees in mechanical or aeronautical engineering
    -Non-standard qualifications or experience (which may be subject to assessment through APL/APEL processes)
    -International students must provide evidence of proficiency in English - IELTS 6.0 band score or a score of TOEFL at 550 or above (232 computer-based) with a TWE of 4.0 or above are proof of this.

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