Aerospace Engineering MSc FH Aachen University Of Applied Sciences

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International Programmes in Germany 2014
Aerospace Engineering (MSc) • FH Aachen - University of Applied Sciences • Aachen
Course language(s)
German, English
Most modules are held in English. Some optional
modules are offered in German.
Admission semester
Summer and winter semester
The three-semester course or four-semester course
(with an integrated Aerospace Research Project)
begins for the summer semester in March and for the
winter semester in October.
Programme duration
Three semesters
Four semesters (with integrated Aerospace Research
Application deadline
For the summer semester:
Applicants from a country participating in the Bologna
process: 15 January
Applicants from other countries: 30 November of the
previous year
For the winter semester:
Applicants from a country participating in the Bologna
process: 15 July

Fachhochschule Aachen
Fachbereich Luft- und Raumfahrttechnik
Prof Dipl-Ing J.-Michael Bauschat
Hohenstaufenallee 6
52064 Aachen

Applicants from other countries: 31 May

Tel. +49 (0) 2 41-6 00 95 23 05
Fax. +49 (0) 2 41-6 00 95 26 80

Course content
The Department of Aerospace Engineering at FH
Aachen University of Applied Sciences (AcUAS) offers
two different Master's Programmes in Aerospace
- a three-semester Master's Programme (without
Aerospace Research Project)
- a four-semester Master's Programme (with
Aerospace Research Project)
with a free choice of subjects in "General Aerospace
Engineering" and "Advanced Aerospace Engineering"
areas. In addition, the faculty proposes degree
programmes with a focus on "Aeronautical
Engineering", "Astronautical Engineering", "Propulsion
Engineering" and "Simulation Engineering" where the
related subjects can be studied without clashing.
The three- and four-semester Aerospace Master's
courses are based on the basic engineering knowledge
taught in the faculty's seven-semester Bachelor's
course "Luft- und Raumfahrttechnik". This is
complemented by sophisticated Aerospace methods
and technologies.
The study courses strengthen engineering basics
wherever necessary for sophisticated applications. This
is complemented by modern methods for solving
complex interdisciplinary optimisation problems. As
part of their general competencies, students will
strengthen their abilities in their area of focus and gain
soft skills relevant to their career.
Educational organisation
During the first and second semesters, students
deepen their basics in Engineering Sciences and widen
their specialised knowledge in fields such as
Environmental Effects of Aeronautical Propulsion,
Dynamics of Flight/Flight Control, Transonic
Aerodynamics, CFD Applications, Actuator Systems,
Aircraft Design, Space Environment/Simulation, Space
Mission Analysis and Design, Hybrid Spacecraft
Propulsion or Space Utilisation and Technology. In the

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Further Contacts
Corinna Hornig-Flöck

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Submit application to
FH Aachen - University of Applied
Fachbereich Luft- und Raumfahrttechnik
Dipl. Päd. Corinna Hornig-Flöck
Aachener-und Münchener-Allee 1
52074 Aachen

third semester students do their research for the
Master's thesis.
The integrated Aerospace Research Project can be
done when starting the course or as a practical
semester before the Master's thesis.
Collaboration with selected outstanding partners from
industry and research institutions is one of the unique
characteristics of this...
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