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The Hamburg University of Applied Sciences (HAW) trains future aircraft engineers through its bachelor's and master's degree programs in aeronautical engineering. The syllabus for both qualifications includes an array of courses tailored to aerospace companies in the Hamburg metro region, the world's third-largest civil aviation cluster.

Uniquely, the courses include aircarft cabins and cabin systems as a special area of focus. Both begin by teaching basic cabin architecture. At the end of the course, graduates are able to develop and design an aircraft cabin, balancing requirements like space utilization, ergonomics, aesthetics, weight and required production methods.

In the courses on design and lightweight construction, students learn how a modern airframe is digitally designed and then manufactured. Modern lightweight materials, such as fiber-reinforced plastics, play an important role. Modern computer design software is also taught extensively at HAW, using the same programs graduates will use later in their careers.

Entry Requirements

To study aeronautical engineering construction at HAW Hamburg, candidates need a general university entrance qualification or a technical college entrance qualification. But candidates can also gain admission if they have completed vocational training and worked in the sector for at least tree years. To successfully apply for the Master of Engineering program, candidates reuqire a completed B.Eng. Aeronautical Engineering or diploma degree with a focus on a relevant area or a comparable technically oriented degree.

More information about the study program can be found here.

via: HAW Hamburg