3 good reasons to study Aeronautical Engineering at Salford: •Accredited by the Royal Aeronautical Society (RAeS) and Institution of Mechanical Engineers (IMechE) •Study essential elements of aircraft design •Undertake experimental and project work in aeronautical engineering Aeronautical Engineering is primarily the application of scientific and technological methods to research, design, development, maintenance and performance testing of both civil and military aircraft including the structural components and onboard systems. Typical areas of specialism include disciplines such as propulsion, computational fluid dynamics, aerodynamics, materials and structures. This accredited engineering degree is designed to produce graduates who display technical and commercial leadership with a personal commitment to professional standards, recognising obligations to society, the profession and the environment. You will be encouraged to use our three flight simulators to enter national competitions. Salford have won such competitions twice. The degree can be studied with an optional industrial placement year between Levels 5 and 6. If this option is taken it will be assessed and if completed successfully a Certificate of Professional Studies will be awarded on proper completion of the degree programme. The sandwich year can also be pursued in Europe if you have the appropriate language qualifications and if completed successfully a Certificate of Professional Studies (Europe) will be awarded on proper completion of the degree course.