Summary: Teesside University's MEng (Hons) Aerospace Engineering with Industry degree builds on the extensive range of subjects included in the BEng (Hons) by providing advanced topics such as advanced aerodynamics and complex UAV design projects. Course details: A choice of optional advanced modules allow you to broaden your knowledge and skills in subjects as diverse as Rotorcraft, Flight Simulation, Computational Fluid Dynamics and Production Management. You are taught by experienced staff with backgrounds in either industry, Royal Air Force or Royal Navy Fleet Air Arm who can bring real-life experience to the classroom. You have access to a wide range of laboratories which include flight simulators, a wind tunnel, fixed and rotary wing aircraft and aircraft components. Your degree combines an employability-enhancing curriculum with significant practical work, small manageable group sizes, and friendly and accessible lecturers. According to UNISTATS (2016), 97% of students felt that the Staff are good at explaining things and 93% of students felt they have received sufficient advice and support with their studies. Overall, 93% of students were satisfied with the quality of the course.If you have a passion for aircraft, or you simply wish to develop into an engineer with wide and varied engineering skills applicable across a range of industries, then this programme is right for you. Graduate aerospace engineers can expect starting salaries of around £28,000, increasing to £60,000+ when a senior level is reached (prospects.ac.uk 2016). After the course: Most aerospace engineering graduates seek careers in companies directly or indirectly linked to aircraft or space craft, however in addition to the aerospace industries your skills and knowledge will also be relevant to the automobile, engineering process, oil and gas, electronics, electrical engineering and renewable energy industries, to name just a few.