Aerospace EngineeringTechnische Universität München
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A bachelor's degree or equivalent in mechanical or aerospace engineering or related disciplines from a university with recognized standing. Application documents assessment/ written test and / or interview with the Joint Admission Board of the Faculties of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering of NTU and Aerospace Engineering of TUM.
Master of Science in Aerospace Engineering is a joint master degree run by Technische Universitaet Muenchen (TUM) and Nanyang Technological University, Singapore (NTU). The course is designed to provide an in-depth knowledge in aeronautical and space design as well as researc to create swifter, safer, economical, and more sustainable aircrafts and spacecrafts. Strong technical modules and essential non-technical topics are covered. The course is held in Singapore and administered by the German Institute of Science and Technology (GIST), Singapore.
Work as engineers, research officers in employers like EADS, Rolls-Royce, Eurocopter, Nordam, Pratt & Whitney, Hamilton-Sundstrand, Goodrich, DSO/DSTA, RSAF, ST Aerospace, Honeywell, TOS, GE Aviation, CAAS and others.
- Flight Performance and Dynamics
- Structures and Materials
- Advanced Mathematics
- Aerodynamics and Propulsion
- Structures, Materials, and Systems
- Flight Mechanics and Control
Free Elective modules Non-technical modules: language, management, business, law, and culture.
After studying two semesters, all students have to complete a two month internship - either an industrial or an academic - at one of our universities. After full time successful employment students will get 4-credit points (TUM), but no grade.
The internship can be conducted in Germany, any other European country or Asia. Students with industrial scholarships will undergo their internship with their sponsor company. Meanwhile students without industrial scholarships will have internships arranged either by themselves or GIST.
The purpose of the internship is to provide a structured and supervised work experience. This will help the students to gain job-related skills and to achieve their desired career goals.
The 6 month of thesis work is the culmination of graduate work and an opportunity to apply the knowledge and skills that students have acquired through course work and research assistantships. Through this guided learning experience, students work in collaboration with industry-partners or other researchers on a project of mutual interest and may in some cases publish manuscripts resulting from the thesis.
The thesis should be practical based. Theoretical frameworks or conceptual models may (and should in many cases) guide the research questions. A strictly theoretical paper is not acceptable for a master's thesis.
Organization of the thesis:
Since the master's time line is quite short, it is important to start exploring and discussing possible thesis topics as early as possible, no later than the end of the first term.
After deciding if the thesis-project will be carried out at an industry- or an university-site the student has to find an university-supervisor. Professors or the GIST-staff will assist in finding the right supervisor either at TUM or at NTU.
For the final completion of the thesis project, the student prepares a written thesis that will be rated by the university-supervisor together with (if applicable) the industrial supervisor.Before application for the internship there will be an informative meeting to provide our students with all necessary knowledge to succeed in finding the best place and company for the internship. This meeting will be mid of the first semester at GIST.
Your Career Prospects
Aerospace Engineering is more than a career: it’s a dream inspiring people. The phenomenal growth of the aerospace industry worldwide and in South-East Asia in particular, requires people with skills honed to the industry.
The Aerospace sector is constantly growing in Singapore. Career choices are widespread with possible employers including EADS, Rolls-Royce, Eurocopter, Nordam, Pratt & Whitney, Hamilton-Sundstrand, Goodrich, DSO/DSTA, RSAF, ST Aerospace, Honeywell, TOS, GE Aviation, CAAS and oth
15 March (August intake)