You can usually take higher education courses if you’re 18 or older. They’re regularly taught in universities, colleges and professional institutions such as art schools or agricultural colleges - nearly all of which have their own websites. You can get a wide range of skills, for example, diplomas, bachelor degrees, foundation degrees and post-graduate degrees.
Aeronautical engineering or aerospace engineering is the subsection of engineering focused on building and designing various types of aircraft. Programs in this field of study typically include courses in computers, mathematics, physics, mechanics and engineering.
Europe is the sixth largest continent and includes 47 countries and assorted dependencies, islands and territories. It is bordered by the Mediterranean Sea to the south, Asia to the east, and the Atlantic Ocean to the West.
View all Course Studies in Aeronautical Engineering in Europe 2017
The European Aviation Safety agency (EASA) regulates all aviation activity in Europe. Engineers are licenced in the same way as pilots and air traffic controllers. [+]
This course is designed for students with a general understanding of engineering who want to gain insight into the exciting topic of space technologies. With the practical approach applied, students experience working on a challenging project in an interdisciplinary team. [+]
Being a Licensed Mechanic is a highly skilled and responsible job, and it takes two years of theoretical studies and two more years of practical experience in a maintenance organisation, in order to be eligible for obtaining the licence. Even this is just the beginning for most Licensed Mechanics, who does more study, gains more experience toward specialising in aircraft types and therefore is most likely to work at such a position. [+]
At CAE Oxford Aviation Academy we believe that combining the MCC and JOC into one 40 hour course achieves a better training gradient. [+]
This unique two-week course in the U.K., for boys and girls (14-18 years), will give an insight into what it is like to work within the aviation industry. They will experience many aspects of life as a pilot, including flying lessons on light aircraft, Boeing 747 simulator, and emergency training with British Airways. Also visits to aviation museums, airline headquarters as well as some exciting recreational activities, sightseeing in London and Cardiff. The students will stay in the halls of residence of Brunel University in London, where they will also have English lessons most days. There will be some talks with pilots and other airline professionals as well. This is a really good way to help young people to decide whether or not they would like a career in aviation and is a wonderful experience for the participants. They will go home with improved English language, flying experience, a broader outlook on life having spent time with other kids from around the world, not to mention having a lot of fun during the two weeks. [+]
Pilots need Instrument Rating in order to fly under instrument flight rules (IFR). [+]
After the completion of the studies in Aircraft Engineering it is possible to work as an aviation engineer or as a maintenance technician at an enterprise manufacturing or carrying out maintenance procedures on aircraft. [+]