Aerospace Engineering has originated from Aeronautical Engineering. As the flight technology gradually advanced to craft operating in the outer space (aeronautics), this term came into use. It has two major branches: Aeronautical Engineering and Astronautical Engineering.
Aerospace Engineering is a branch of engineering concerned with the development of aircraft and spacecraft. Aerospace Engineering involves interaction between technologies like aerodynamics, propulsion, materials science, structural analysis and manufacturing.
Most of the universities in the USA, Canada require you to give the GRE. Few universities from Germany require GRE scores. However, GRE is not required for admission to Australian universities. IELTS or TOEF is compulsory for acquiring student visa and as a proof of English proficiency.
In Aerospace Engineering, students get an opportunity to study the fundamentals related to the science of flight and its movement. Some of its subjects include:
Specialization Topics include:
Although the fees vary university to university, the average cost of studying aerospace in the United States is around $38, 000. It’s almost the same in Canada. In Australia, it’s around AU$20, 000 - AU$37000.
|COUNTRY||AVERAGE SALARY||MEDIAN SALARY|
|United States||$59,302 - $133,465||$82,198|
|United Kingdom||£22,498 - £57,067||£32,210|
|Switzerland||CHF 61,277 - CHF 108,987||CHF 89,230|
|Singapore||S$28,295 - S$83,930||S$49,539|
|Netherland||€29,909 - €80,000||€46,482|
|Germany||€36,043 - €81,377||€55,215|
|France||€26,403 - €88,437||€38,323|
|Canada||C$49,271 - C$104,487||C$73,027|
|Australia||AU$57,791 - AU$127,388||AU$77,300|