B.Sc Aerospace Engineering by EDEXCEL(U.K)
BSC (Hons) Aerospace Engineering:
Age: 18 years
2 years at flytech Aviation Academy Campus - India for Higher National Diploma
(HND) in Aeronautical Engineering
Approved by EDEXECEL UK.
3rd and Final year students can study in Foreign Universities abroad.
EDEXCEL: Edexcel is the largest awarding body in the UK for academic qualifications. It works closely with schools, colleges, universities. More than 200 universities World Wide recognize today the Edexcel BTEC Programs.
Career prospects:Aerospace Engineer work in one of the most technologically advanced branches of engineering. They design, construct and test aircraft, missiles, satellites, rockets, spacecrafts and anything that flies. Besides this, they are also involved in researching new materials, engines, body shapes and structures. This job is not just about science, itís also about creativity. You will not only give wings to your imagination but also make it fly.
Due to Indian Defence Offset Policy and FDI in Civil Aviation Sector in India , plenty of job opportunities with Aerospace Companies , MRO Companies , Defence Manufacturing sector , Government Companies and Software Companies in India such as Tata Aerospace, Tata Advanced Systems , Honeywell India , L&T , Quest, Mahindra Satyam, Mahindra Aerospace, , GMR-MAS , Airworks, Infotech, Cap Gemini, HAL, DRDO , ISRO DRDL, DMRL , RCI. Also there are lot of opportunities with all other major airlines, and MRO companies in India.
As the Bsc(Hons) in Aerospace Engineering is valid globally , the new area of opportunities are emerging worldwide as there is a huge demand for qualified professional with companies likes , Boeing, EADS, Raytheon , Lockheed Martin, Textron International , Bombardier , Snecma , CFM International , GE Aviation , CAE International , Soisa, Zodiac Aerospace , United Technologies , Rolls Royce , BAE Systems.
There is no dearth of opportunities for those who wish to work abroad. In fact, a large percentage of engineers at NASA (National Aeronautics and Space Administration, United States) are Indians.