Mechanical Engineering with Aeronautics

Mechanical Engineering with Aeronautics career prospects

The degree aims to allow you to pursue a professional engineering career in mechanical engineering but retaining a particular interest in aeronautical and aerospace engineering, to keep your career options open.

You will have all the engineering and transferable skills of a mechanical engineer with a strong additional speciality in aeronautics. Mechanical engineering graduates are well represented in aerospace industries and this degree provides enhanced employment opportunities in this sector. Recent graduates from the discipline have found employment in many different engineering companies:

  • 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)