Undergraduate study2017

UCAS Code: H411

Aeronautical Engineeringwith a Foundation Year

Department of Aeronautical and Automotive Engineering

Year of entry: 2017

UCAS Code: H411

Aeronautical Engineeringwith a Foundation Year

Department of Aeronautical and Automotive Engineering

Year of entry: 2017

Aeronautical Engineering with a Foundation Year is primarily for candidates who for some reason have not had the opportunity to study the pre-requisite subjects needed for first year entry.

Successful completion of the one-year foundation course allows you to progress onto the first year of the core part of the degree course.


For further details of entry requirements, please visit the Foundation Studies web pages.


www.lboro.ac.uk/foundation

Our students

Elliot Stark

“You don't need to be a pro athlete to join the sporting teams and you can always try something new with societies. In the past, I have been part of the gliding club and the University Air Squadron.”

Elly Forbes

“I really enjoy the mixture of theory and practical learning we are taught throughout the course. The quality of teaching is really high and reflects the large amount of research undertaken here.”

James Deeb

“The broad range of modules that are offered throughout the course make the learning experience unique and enjoyable. The access to world-class facilities and the specialist software make the course more interesting and industry relevant.”

Sam McKee

“Before applying I contacted a lot of UK automotive companies, asking where they like their graduates to come from. Every single one mentioned Loughborough.”

Elliot Stark

“You don't need to be a pro athlete to join the sporting teams and you can always try something new with societies. In the past, I have been part of the gliding club and the University Air Squadron.”

Elly Forbes

“I really enjoy the mixture of theory and practical learning we are taught throughout the course. The quality of teaching is really high and reflects the large amount of research undertaken here.”

James Deeb

“The broad range of modules that are offered throughout the course make the learning experience unique and enjoyable. The access to world-class facilities and the specialist software make the course more interesting and industry relevant.”

Sam McKee

“Before applying I contacted a lot of UK automotive companies, asking where they like their graduates to come from. Every single one mentioned Loughborough.”