The University of Southampton

Join us at Southampton and become equipped with the specialised knowledge for a career in the aerospace electronics industry.

Modern aerospace systems are set to rely even more heavily on electronic systems in the future, as autonomous unmanned flying vehicles, the development of electric aircraft, and the increased use of GPS to enhance flight efficiency and safety, increase society’s dependence on electronics.

Students will be taught by our team of experts who have experience of working on projects for NASA and ESA, as well as teaching industry staff on Space Systems Engineering.

Our Teaching

Our modules use a variety of innovative teaching methods and assessment, including coursework, groupwork and exams. Here are some examples of what you'll be able to do.

Aerospace electronics design

Aerospace Electronics Design

Second-year students work to design, build and test an autonomous or remote-controlled drone, capable of completing manoeuvrability or tracking tasks. This challenging exercise develops skills in design, project management, teamwork and communication.

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Hand holding a cube satellite

Space Systems Engineering

This third-year module looks at key subsystems of a spacecraft and considers how they interface. Topics include the space environment and its effect on craft design, orbit dynamics, mission analysis, power systems, thermal control and data handling.

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Our Programmes

The ECS Aerospace Electronic Engineering degree can be studied at both 3 year bachelors and 4 year undergraduate masters levels. Both are available with a Foundation Year.

 

You may also be interested in our Aeronautics and Astronautics courses.

Try before you apply

If you love maths, technology or science, try our week-long summer school in electronics and computer science.

Teaching laboratories

Electrical and electronic engineering students benefit from bespoke high tech benches with built in test equipment and dual high definition monitors.

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