Aeronautics machinery

Key facts

Total expected intake
130 (2020 entry)

Applications : Admissions ratio
8 : 1 (based on 2018 entry data)

The Times and Sunday Times Good University Guide 2019
3rd in the UK

About the Department

Studying Aeronautics at Imperial means joining a department at the cutting edge of aerospace teaching and research.

This is reflected in the state-of-the-art facilities you will have access to – a Mach 9 hypersonic gun tunnel and a variable Mach supersonic wind tunnel; a range of low-speed wind tunnels for road vehicle studies; a large flight test arena for the development of next-generation aerial robots; and a flight simulator where you can test-fly your own aircraft designs.

We also have extensive links with the aerospace industry, resulting in talks and seminars by visiting experts, specific lecture courses delivered in full or in part by industry experts and industry-inspired projects.

Our undergraduate degrees, have all been professionally accredited by the Royal Aeronautical Society (RAeS) and the Institute of Mechanical Engineers (IMechE). These accreditations are due to be be renewed for students starting their studies in the 2020–21 academic year. This dual accreditation demonstrates the broad base of engineering, computational and analytical skills that they deliver, as well as the specific knowledge and experience required for careers in the aeronautical industry.

Courses

Four-year courses (240 ECTS):

Five-year course (300 ECTS):

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