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Study Aerospace Engineering Course in Malaysia & Transfer to Universities Overseas

What is Aerospace Engineering?

Aerospace Engineers design, build and operate aircraft, aerospace vehicles and propulsion systems. This includes planes, jets,

Mechanical Engineering with Aerospace Option at the University of Manitoba twinning programme at UCSI University

Mechanical Engineering with Aerospace Option at the University of Manitoba twinning programme at UCSI University

helicopters, gliders, missiles and spacecraft. They are involved in researching, developing and testing new materials, engines, body shapes and structures that may increase the speed and strength of the aircraft.

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In addition, aerospace engineers are responsible for planning thorough maintenance programs for aircraft and making sure safety and environmental controls are followed.

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Aerospace Engineers use their knowledge of electrical, electronic and computer systems for automatic control and communication systems for the operation of aircraft. Aeronautical Engineering deals specifically with flight vehicles such as airplanes and helicopters. Work in this field is still available, however it is being overtaken by aerospace engineering.

Aerospace Engineers may be responsible for investigating faulty engines or other components, and for developing repair systems. They may be involved in designing improved air conditioning or fuel systems for aircraft or ground based systems for operations such as flight control. They may prepare technical or commercial information when competing with other companies for the manufacture or supply of equipment.

Study Aerospace Engineering in Malaysia

Students in Malaysia can save on costs by studying 2 years at UCSI University for the Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering (Aerospace Option) and then transfer to the University of Manitoba, Canada for the final 2 years.

The University of Manitoba’s Mechanical Engineering program is ranked 5th among

Faculty of Engineering at the University of Manitoba, Canada

Faculty of Engineering at the University of Manitoba, Canada

universities in Canada, and 15th in comparison with other mechanical engineering programs in North America.

Accreditation of this program is recognized as equivalent in seven countries outside Canada.

10% of the department faculty, and 17% of the engineering students, are female. A PC-based computer laboratory facility is available 24 hours to students in the department, as well as access to Sun workstations.

Well equipped, modern laboratory facilities enhance course work: biomechanics, wind tunnel, robotics and automation, scanning and transmission electron microscopy, thermal fluid sciences, and polymer composite processing.

The Work of an Aerospace Engineer

Jobs for aerospace engineers in Malaysia are limited so the best option is to study overseas and then try to find work there after

Inflated in the University of Manitoba’s engineering building atrium, an airship acquired by the school’s Transport Institute is set to go for its first test flight this summer.

Inflated in the University of Manitoba’s engineering building atrium, an airship acquired by the school’s Transport Institute is set to go for its first test flight this summer.

graduating.

Opportunities now exist for research and development into composite material and manufacturing techniques, exploring how products are made.

Many aircraft components are now made from advanced composite materials, such as carbon fibre reinforced plastics. To research and develop these materials, students should go for Chemical Engineering or Materials Science.

There are three main areas of work in the aerospace industry:

  1. design and manufacture
  2. research and development
  3. airworthiness operations

A new graduate engineer may be involved with one aspect of a project such as calculating the type and weight of material to go into a component.

Senior engineers may be in charge of coordinating a whole project, giving other engineers, technicians and draftspersons different tasks to complete, and ensuring that the project meets budget.

They may have to assess mechanical systems, flight characteristics and aircraft performance. This may be done by test flights, measuring take off distances, rate of climb, stall speeds, maneuverability and landing capacities and comparing results with safety standards.

Aerospace Engineers can also find work at commercial airline companies, aerospace manufacturers, government defence

The Mechanical Engineering programme at the University of Manitoba is ranked 15th in North America and 5th in Canada.

The Mechanical Engineering programme at the University of Manitoba is ranked 15th in North America and 5th in Canada.

departments and defence forces and in government research laboratories. It is also possible to find work in the automotive industry.

Aerospace engineers design, analyze, model, simulate, and test aircraft, spacecraft, satellites, missiles, and rockets. Aerospace technology also extends to many other applications of objects moving within gases or liquids. Examples are golf balls, high-speed trains, hydrofoil ships, or tall buildings in the wind.

You might develop commercial airliners, military jets, or helicopters for our airways. And getting even more down-to-earth, you could design the latest ground and sea transportation, including high-speed trains, racing cars, or deep-sea vessels that explore life at the bottom of the ocean.

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