Last edit: 19/12/2019
Aerospace Engineering is a two-year (120 university credits) master programme on the advanced level (second cycle). The instruction language is entirely in English. The programme consists of a basic curriculum followed by four different specializations/tracks in aeronautics, space, lightweight structures or systems engineering. The courses in the basic curriculum are compulsory and constitutes about one third of the course work. In each specialization there is an additional set of compulsory courses to ensure that the students are qualified to perform a final Master's degree project, Second cycle, 30 university credits.