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PROGRAMME 
OVERVIEW

University of Glasgow

Bachelor of Engineering with Honours in Aeronautical Engineering

Aeronautical Engineering is a highly-advanced discipline that explores how flight is possible and how flying vehicles are designed, manufactured, powered, operated and controlled. You will learn to analyse and understand the vehicles’ behaviour, performance, propulsion and power systems, as well as perform detailed design of structural components.

Curriculum
This programme will focus on the advanced concepts of aeronautics. These include flight dynamics and control, aircraft vibration and aeroelasticity, structures and materials, and high-speed aerodynamics. An exciting feature of the programme is a visit to Glasgow where you will carry out a preliminary aircraft design project and perform aerofoil experiments in a large-scale wind tunnel.

Career Opportunities
Aeronautical Engineers will have a strong foundation in aero and fluid dynamics as well as structures and materials of flight vehicles. This prepares them for careers in industries such as aeronautics, propulsion, offshore drilling, renewable energy and automotives.

Learn about SIT-UOG's Bachelor of Engineering with Honours in Aeronautical Engineering.

MODULE 
SYNOPSIS

University of Glasgow
Aeronautical Engineering, BEng (Hons)

Programme Structure

Year 1

Year 2

ELIGIBILITY
 

University of Glasgow
Aeronautical Engineering, BEng (Hons)

Polytechnic Diploma

Nanyang Polytechnic

  • Aeronautical & Aerospace Technology
  • Aerospace Systems & Management

Ngee Ann Polytechnic

  • Aerospace Technology
  • Aerospace Electronics
  • Mechanical Engineering

Republic Polytechnic

  • Aerospace Avionics
  • Aerospace Engineering (Quality Systems)
  • Civil Aviation

Singapore Polytechnic

  • Aeronautical Engineering
  • Aerospace Electronics
  • Engineering Systems
  • Mechanical Engineering (formerly known as Mechanical & Manufacturing Engineering)

Temasek Polytechnic

  • Aerospace Electronics
  • Aerospace Engineering

Other relevant diplomas not listed will be considered on a case-by-case basis.

TUITION 
FEES

University of Glasgow
Aeronautical Engineering, BEng (Hons)

AY2014/15 - Fee structure for normal candidature period of study

 

SC

SPR

IS / Non-subsidised Fees

Sem 1

S$5,050

S$10,100

S$17,150

Sem 2

S$5,050

S$10,100

S$17,150

Sem 3

S$5,050

S$10,100

S$17,150

Sem 4

S$5,050

S$10,100

S$17,150

 


Legend
SC: Singapore Citizens
SPR: Singapore Permanent Residents
IS: International Students

Note:  

1. All amounts quoted are exclusive of GST.
2. For students paying subsidised fees, GST on the tuition fees will be subsidised by MOE.
3. For students paying non-subsidised fees, GST on the tuition fee is to be borne by the student.


The above table is not applicable for non-relevant diploma holders/A-Level/other qualifications (equivalent to A-Level).

Here's a list of relevant polytechnic diplomas for the respective degree programmes.

For students admitted to SIT in AY2014/15, the annual tuition fee is fixed at the AY2014/15 rate for the duration of their degree programme.

Financial Assistance (eg. CPF, PSEA, TFL, SL) are available if the necessary criteria are met for the tuition fees. SIT has the discretion to invoice students based on the credit rates accordingly if the financial assistance do not apply.

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OIP
 

University of Glasgow
Aeronautical Engineering, BEng (Hons)

Students studying in the University of Glasgow (UoG) degree programmes are required to complete a four-week attachment in Glasgow at the home campus of the University of Glasgow, U.K., where they will undertake a 10-credit group design/practical module, experience a different culture and interact with students there. Some industrial visits and guest lectures may be organised by the University of Glasgow. The estimated cost ranges from S$4,500* to S$5,500*.

Note: Estimated costs are dependent on the prevailing currency exchange rate and flight ticket prices.

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Mechatronics students working on a guided group project in a laboratory of the University of Glasgow, UK.
(Photo courtesy of Dr Patrick Chua)

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Mechanical Design Engineering students working on a guided group project in a laboratory of the University of Glasgow, UK.
(Photo courtesy of Yvonne Chan)

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Say “cheese” and “wish you were here!”
(Photo courtesy of Dr Patrick Chua)

“OIP is an eye-opener for me as I have not been exposed to other culture and ways of life. It is a good experience to be able to work with current students in Glasgow and sharing knowledge” -- Randall Tan, Mechatronics

“It was an unforgettable and eye-opening experience to see the lovely culture of Glasgow; the friendly people and slower pace of life. I was also in awe of the serenity and breath taking beauty of Scotland. It will be forever etched in my mind.” -- Ziyi Poh, Mechanical Design Engineering

“Sharing the summer of 2012 in Glasgow was definitely the highlight of the year. Being in a land where the sun rises at 4am and sets at 10pm, I was amazed by what Glasgow had to offer. The University, too, was a sight to behold, with its exterior representing a castle as though carved out from the movies. I am very proud to be a student of the University, and words just cannot describe how fortunate I was to have had this experience.’ – Khairul Anwar Bin Ahmad Samson, Mechatronics

 

 

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University of Glasgow
Aeronautical Engineering, BEng (Hons)

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dreicherlow

Associate Professor Eicher Low
Programme Director

chan siew chyun yvonne

Ms Yvonne Chan
Manager, Academic Programmes

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Singapore 129651

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