Engineering trade skills and knowledge should be transferable within the Aeronautical Engineering
is one of the fastest evolving disciplines.
The formal training for this year's apprentices will be delivered with The Tell Organisation and the apprenticeships will lead to a certified Modern Apprenticeship in Aeronautical Engineering
at the end of four years.
* Undergraduate programmes: BSc in aeronautical engineering
and BA in business administration - aviation management.
Summary: Tunisia's aeronautical engineering
sector is witnessing a rapid growth from 6 plants in 2001 employing 951 people, to 43 plants in 2009 boasting a 2, 393-strong workforce.
James Allsopp, aged 18, has secured a place on a Masters degree course to study aeronautical engineering
after scooping four grade A passes at A-level.
The current Aviation Academy is based between two sites, an Aeronautical Engineering
workshop at Newcastle College and an aircraft hangar in Newcastle International Airport, which has a fully functional Boeing 737 jet plane on site.
It was taken during an aeronautical engineering
lesson at Central Sussex college in Crawley.
It is written for seniors at the undergraduate level and graduate students in mechanical, chemical, and aeronautical engineering
who have taken basic courses in thermodynamics, fluid mechanics, and heat and mass transfer.
you a Jewish orphan studying aeronautical engineering
? If you answered "yes' to any of these, you may be eligible for one of many obscure scholarships that often go unawarded due to unusual requirements.
The new centre, specialising in mechanical and electrical engineering and information communication systems, would be built alongside Cosford's existing aeronautical engineering
Cosford is already home to the headquarters of the Defence College of Aeronautical Engineering
AN air cadet has won a bursary to help his aeronautical engineering
He is a doctoral candidate in aeronautical engineering
at the University of Dayton and holds a M.S.
The aluminium structure was designed to extremely fine tolerances (+ or -0.2mm) so had to be fabricated by a specialist aeronautical engineering
company using computer controlled milling machines.