Aerospace Engineering

M.Sc. Aerospace Engineering  

Faculty of Power and Aeronautical Engineering  

Duration: 1,5 years  

Starts in: October & February  

At M.Sc. Aerospace Engineering students learn about recent achievements in the field and the methods and tools that prepare them for taking management positions in industry or undertaking research activities. The third semester of the 3-semester-study is devoted to solving a research problem. The problem statement and solution are put into the master’s diploma thesis.  

Students of the Aerospace Engineering program are provided with knowledge allowing for scientific research and design, optimisation, modernisation, and maintenance of flying vehicles. Graduates are well prepared to work for aviation engine design offices, research laboratories, and maintenance centres and deal with all types of internal combustion engines (automobile, railway, and power plant engines).  


Examples of modules:  

• Advanced Computational Fluid Dynamics  

• Aircraft systems laboratory  

• Composite Materials in Aerospace  

• Control in Aerospace  

• Dynamics of Flight

• Heat Transfer in Aerospace  

• Physics of the Atmosphere  

• Mechanics of Thin-Walled Structures  

• Attitude and navigation systems  

• Aircraft maintenance management  

• Fatigue and aircraft diagnostic systems  

• Structural analysis of aero engines  

• Signals and identification methods  


The graduate can:

• design and construct the main assemblies of planes, helicopters, rockets and satellites with the use of modern engineering tools;  

• analyze and modify the main assemblies of planes, helicopters, rockets and satellites.  


Career opportunities:  

• domestic and international companies in the aviation and space sector;  

• aviation and space sector research and development centres;  

• design and production companies implementing advanced structural, material, and IT technologies.