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Aerospace Engineering

Research within the department and faculty is organised via cross-faculty research groups. Research interests are pursued via three major sections:

+ Fluid Flow and Aerodynamics

+ Advanced Composites Centre for Innovation and Science (ACCIS)

+ Dynamics and Control

This work is supported by 30+ academic, 50+ research staff and 150+ postgraduates, plus a highly experienced administrative and technical support team.

There is a wide range of research in the department, spanning experimental, numerical, theoretical and computational, and all is applied to aerospace-related problems, for example fixed-wing aircraft, rotorcraft, wind turbines and UAVs.

All postgraduates would expect to publish in high-quality journals and present at international conferences. Hence, research programmes are aimed at independent and self-motivated applicants. Applicants are advised to contact a potential academic adviser to discuss available projects before submitting an application.

Entry requirements

An upper second-class honours degree (or international equivalent) in science, mathematics or engineering.

See international equivalent qualifications on the International Office website.

Fees

Fees quoted are provisional, per annum and subject to annual increase.

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