University Of Strathclyde Invites Applications For BEng Hons Aero-mechanical Engineering
Applicants for undergraduate degrees starting in the 2022/23 academic year will receive a scholarship award equivalent to a 10 per cent reduction of tuition fees for each year of study
The University of Strathclyde, Glasgow is inviting applications for the BEng Hons Aero-Mechanical Engineering course starting in September 2022.
Students will learn how to design aircraft engines, control systems, landing gear and about the many complex parts which sustain flight.
All students experience the same learning pace in the first two years and BEng students can, and often do, transfer to the five-year MEng programme. The Aero-Mechanical courses diverge from the core earlier to develop specialist themes.
Studying BEng Aero-Mechanical Engineering students will learn about - aerodynamics, flight & spaceflight mechanics, aero-propulsion systems, gas dynamics,computational fluid dynamics, materials for aerospace applications, aero-elasticity, lightweight structures
Many of Strathclyde's students participate in activities such as the Formula Student, the national competition to build a Formula Student racing car (at which Strathclyde is the top-performing Scottish university).
Other activities include Outdoor Management Skills course at Outward Bound Scotland, the British Model Flying Association’s University Challenge, and ‘Gala,’ the annual employers’ networking dinner.
70-75 per cent in all subjects taken at level XII and the same at level X. Marks should be particularly strong in the proposed area of study (Math and Physics. IELTS (Academic): 6.5 overall (no individual band less than 5.5).
£22,400 per year for international students.
Applicants for undergraduate degrees starting in the 2022/23 academic year will receive a scholarship award equivalent to a 10 per cent reduction of tuition fees for each year of study. The first year of the scholarship will typically be £2,240.
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