MScR Aerospace Engineering Program By University of Bristol |Top Universities
  • QS World University Rankings
    62
  • Degree MScr
  • Study Level Masters
  • Course Intensity Part Time
  • Start date Jan-2000

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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; Bristol Composites Institute (ACCIS); Dynamics and Control. This work is supported by at least 30 academic staff, more than 50 research staff and over 150 postgraduate students, 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 should contact a potential academic adviser to discuss available projects before submitting an application.

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