About the Course

Fascinated by aircraft and robots? This one-year programme is specially designed to offer you the best of both the aerospace and robotics worlds. It will give you strong grounding in the interdisciplinary fields of aerospace engineering and mechatronics engineering. Gain an understanding of the meaningful integration of mechanical, electrical and computer engineering theories, as well as the techniques behind the creation of smart devices and robots. In addition, acquire knowledge of aerospace manufacturing technology that will prepare you to take off in the aerospace industry.

From the second year, choose to pursue either a Diploma in Aeronautical & Aerospace Technology or a Diploma in Robotics & Mechatronics, which includes Aerospace Technology as an elective programme in the third year. Both options offer infinite prospects in diverse fields such as aerospace, robotics, automotive and biomedical engineering.

This if for you if … you are eager to be trained in leading technology to work with aircraft and equipment; you are passionate about designing and commanding automated intelligent products and control systems.

What You'll Study

  • Career Prospects

    My future in the world of Aerospace

    Careers for Aeronautical & Aerospace Technology graduates are flying high with various job opportunities in areas such as design and analysis of aircraft systems, communication instrumentation design and manufacturing as well as advanced composite material design and processes.

    My future in the world of Mechatronics

    The interdisciplinary nature of Robotics & Mechatronics will enable me to choose from a variety of career options in areas including advanced manufacturing and automation, robotics, nanotechnology, aerospace, medical and defence. There is a growing demand for graduates in Robotics & Mechatronics whose knowledge and skills are strong across various disciplines. 

     

  • Further Studies

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