In order to achieve these two goals the syllabus of the Master in Aeronautical Engineering at Carlos III University of Madrid combines a core, covering all fields of Aerospace Technology, with focus on high-potential areas such as Integral Aircraft and Satellite Design, Aeronautical and Space Propulsion, Aerospace Navigation and Control, Experimental Techniques and Advanced Computational Methods.
The Master consists of 90 ECTS, including a Thesis, distributed in 3 semesters. Optional extensions of up to 30 ECTS will be available for individuals wishing a deeper specialization or enrolling in a PhD program.
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- Computational Aerodynamics
- Astrodynamics and Atmospheric Flight Dynamics
- Air Navigation Systems
- Aerospace Manufacturing
- 18 months
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DisciplinesAerospace Engineering View 4 other Masters in Aerospace Engineering in Spain
We are not aware of any academic requirements for this programme.
Students holding a Spanish Degree. Entail possession of a bachelor’s degree in aerospace or aeronautical engineering, or an equivalent degree with a minimum of 180 ECTS.
- Students in the last year of their bachelor’s studies may also apply for admission; their application will be considered upon confirmation that they have successfully completed their bachelor’s program.
- Graduates from non-aerospace programs could also be considered in the terms established in the regulation CIN/308/2009 in order to grant the students finishing the Master the professional accreditation of Aeronautical Engineer in Spain.
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Apply and win up to €10000 to cover your tuition fees.
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