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Aerospace Education Catalogue

Master in Aerospace Engineering

  • Organisation: Faculté des Sciences - Université de Liège
  • Type of Course: initial training
  • Language(s): English
  • Place: Liege (French Regions: Europe)
  • Prepared diploma/grade/title: Master degree
  • Level of entry: French Baccalaureat + 3

Course Details

Objectives: Since it appeared the aerospace sector has played a pioneering role and acted as a motor in the development of new technologies, whether it be a case of improving existing materials or developing new ones, designing suitable methods of constructing high resistance light structures, optimizing the structures and the means of propulsion or of orientating the development of electronic, computer and telecommunication systems.

Aeronautics and aerospace are fields par excellence in which performance is an obligation: maximum quality, reliability and safety are imperatives which come before that of cost. Several percentage points of weight saved at large cost can sometimes increase tenfold a project's return, and even sometimes determine its viability.

To achieve such objectives, computer aided design and fabrication methods are today used in a systematic manner.

Intended for: Students

Level of training (FR) : I - Level of training (EU) : 7

Duration and terms: 2 years

Dedicated web site: http://www.ulg.ac.be/cms/c_47446/en/aerospace-engineering

Space or Aerospace Domains

  • Engineering Sciences

Aerospace related thematics

  • 1 - Physics and Environment: radiation, particles, fields, debris, climatic and vibratory conditions, meteorology
  • 3 - Mechanical Engineering (structures, structural dynamics…), Materials (composites, metallurgy, forming…), Processes, Chemistry, Mechatronics
  • 4 - Thermal engineering, Energetics
  • 5 - Fluid Dynamics, Aerodynamics, Acoustics
  • 6 - Propulsion, Thermodynamics, Pyrotechnics
  • 7 - Electrical systems (generation, storage and management of energy), Actuators, Microsystems
  • 8 - Avionics and on-board Systems (embedded networks, sensors, instrumentation, etc.), Real-time Systems
  • 17 - Project Management, Production, Industrialization, Factory of the Future, Integration, Supply Chain, Maintenance, Recycling