Which country is better for aeronautical studies?

Asked by Pardhu almost 2 years ago

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Shrikant Goyal

Shrikant Goyal

Founder at WALT INDIA

Aeronautical studies are popular under many names. Some popular names you must have heard are; aerospace, aviation, navigation, flight and aircraft. I know the field is very wide and consists of a large number of specializations. But compared to other programs, you do not really find hundreds of top universities for aeronautical master's programs.


Therefore, it makes the university selection process much more crucial. I had a friend who had attempted 3 abroad universities for an aviation master's. At that time we were all finding out the best universities, courses, scholarships etc. I remember the whole thing because all the universities were USA based. Basically, it is the best country for any masters related to aircraft and flight. 


The USA has a world-renowned education system paired with world-class universities. The aerospace industry in the USA is outstanding. You get to experience the latest technology there with a ton of options. You may find some good master's courses in other countries but there are not many. Here in the USA, you get to choose from a lot of options. Plus, USA universities have a solid foundation in the aerospace industry. 


However, if you do not prefer the USA to be your study abroad destination, there are options. For example, Germany and the UK are solid options there. UK is among the top #3 counties for master programs globally. Aeronautical studies there are well developed and you can find many universities offering courses on the subject. Germany on the other hand is good for its engineering aspect. If you prefer mechanics and dynamics in aerospace, choose Germany.


So, what do you think? Do these options interest you? There are always other ways to find out your best options. For instance, you can try the FREE SCHOOL EXPLORE QUIZ here. It will generate a personalized list of school options based on your profile and preferences and will help you in shortlisting the best suited schools. 
Hope this helps!

 


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