TU BRAUNSCHWEIG

Aerospace Engineering at the TU Braunschweig

The master degree course Aerospace Engineering is based on the bachelor degree course Mechanical Engineering (or Industrial Engineering / Mechanical Engineering).

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General

The students can begin to specialise in aerospace engineering during their bachelor studies. In the bachelor degree course, they are provided with the basics of aerospace engineering; in the master degree course, they can choose their individual focus according to their personal interests. Possible topics include:
  • Aerodynamics
  • Flight guidance
  • Flight mechanics
  • Aircraft engines
  • Aircraft construction and lightweight design
  • Space technology
  • Materials

As depicted in the master curriculum, the course comprises not only compulsory and specialisation modules, but also lab work, optional and interdisciplinary subjects, in order to provide the students with a broad range of knowledge for their career as an engineer.
An overview and description of the modules is available here.


Admission regulations

The admission regulations (Zulassungsordnung) for master degree course Aerospace engineering.

Webpage for students (master degree course Aerospace Engineering)



Information material

For a brief description of the master degree course Aerospace Engineering, please take a look at our flyer. In the box on the right-hand side, you can find additional information on the bachelor degree courses on which the master degree course is based.

Several institutes dealing with aerospace engineering are located at the Campus Research Airport  in the north of Braunschweig.

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