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Cranfield have been at the forefront of aerospace technology for over 60 years, we take a practical and holistic approach right across the business of flying. We are a major force in aerospace, with pan-university collaboration delivering multi-disciplinary solutions to the complex challenges facing the aviation industry.
We play a big part in the aerospace sector with close commercial partnerships with Airbus, BAE Systems, Boeing and Rolls-Royce, to name just a few.
Following are just a couple of examples of our collaborations with industry. We have worked with Boeing to develop a Cabin Simulator at the University, a unique facility which focuses on factors that influence human survival in aircraft accidents. Cranfield has also partnered with key aerospace players including BAE Systems in a £32 million national programme called ASTRAEA to develop technology and regulations to bring uninhabited air vehicles into routine, non-segregated operation in UK airspace.
Our varied aerospace and aviation activities are underpinned by all the advanced facilities, many at industrial scale, tools and expertise you would expect to find.
We are committed to continuing the tradition of sending industry-ready graduates out into the workplace. Our strong academic teaching standards are complemented with a practical emphasis on group projects and research, using industry-standard software and our aerospace facilities. Courses are designed to imitate real-life, balancing theory with practical application.
We create an ideal learning environment for you to pursue your qualification in aerospace to launch you into the next stage of your career.
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There are no other courses that provide dedicated specialist training in the design and analysis of advanced lightweight and composite structures in aerospace… Read more
This new and unique course covers a wide range of applications focused on aerospace computational aspects. As mirrored by developments in the motorsport industry, within the next five years there will be a demand for engineers and leaders who will be using 100% digital techniques for aeronautical design and testing. Read more
To design modern efficient aircraft requires a complex combination of aerodynamic performance, lightweight durable structures and advanced systems engineering. Read more
With the ever increasing traffic density of civil aircraft, and the need for increased military precision in conflicts around the world, safer aircraft operations require more sophisticated avionic systems. Read more
Engineering software development is one of the key areas in the European information technology sector. It is a fast moving subject of crucial importance to industry and forms the basis for a wide and ever growing variety of applications. Read more
Computational Engineering Design (CED) covers the use of computers in all activities from the design to the manufacture of a product. Read more
This specialist option of the MSc Computational and Software Techniques in Engineering has been developed to deliver qualified engineers to… Read more