A degree in Aeronautical Engineering equips you with a wide range of skills relevant to contemporary engineering. In addition to the aerospace industry, your knowledge and abilities can be put to good use in the automobile, energy and space industries, among others.
Some recent graduates of the degree have found employment with
- Prospect (engineer)
- Williams F1 (junior aerodynamicist)
- Insyen (junior engineer)
- Nuclear Decommissioning Authority (mechanical engineer)
- RAF (pilot)
- RES Ltd (wind analyst)
- Fluid Gravity Engineer (aerospace engineer)
- Rolls Royce plc (graduate trainee engineer)
- Thales (electronic engineer)
You may also choose to continue your education, pursuing a taught postgraduate course or research degree.