Programme details

What will you learn?


The programme has an international curriculum that is divided into the following learning areas:

Block 1 (Scientific and methodological complements) is focused on applied mathematics and numerical methods

Block 2 (General aerospace engineering) provides you the knowledge base common to all Master-level aerospace engineers (advanced flight mechanics, aerospace construction and structures, aerospace equipment and systems, aero-gas dynamics and aerospace propulsion);

Block 3 (contextual knowledge/final exam) allows you to develop competencies that may be acquired while you prepare your thesis, especially if you do it in an company or abroad, or by choosing the optional courses that suit you best.

You will also choose one of our five specialist tracks to complete your training:

How will you learn it?

The Master’s degree programme is Italian-taught.

You will analyse case studies, use software, write written reports on the activities that you carry out. You will take part in practical classes, computer lab sessions, face-to-face lectures, experimental demonstrations and company study visits.

You can choose to spend a period of study abroad to work on your thesis in a European partner university and you will earn a double degree.