So you have an interest in aerospace. Do you really know what an aerospace engineer does? Or even what it’s like to study Aerospace Engineering? Maybe you just want to find out more about what’s going on in the world of aerospace?
This collection of articles will help you find out more about what it’s actually like to study Aerospace Engineering and work in the sector. Find student, graduate and entrepreneur interviews all packed with real insights.
In the second episode of Season 2 of the podcast, Wil Benton is on talking about what it’s like for a startup to go through an accelerator, how startups are funded, and a bit more detail about the ATI Boeing Accelerator.
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John Chinner is an ex-apprentice and leader of the Electronics Faculty at the Airbus Defence and Space Academy.
Our guest today is Dr Emily Rickman, European Space Agency research fellow at the Space Telescope Science Institute in Baltimore.
Our guest for this episode is Lara Forczyk, an author and NASA subject matter expert for planetary science missions, as well as the owner of the space consultancy firm Astralytical.
Our guest for this episode is Darren Charrier, an Aerospace Engineering graduate from UC San Diego. Darren has interned at SpaceX and Moon Express and is now a Solutions Architect at Swedish Space Corporation.
Our guest for this episode is Sub Lieutenant Toni Harding, an Air Engineer Officer in the Royal Navy. Toni graduated from the University of Southampton with a degree in Aeronautical and Astronautical Engineering before completing her initial training with the RN.
Our guest for this episode is Mike Lawton, serial space entrepreneur and former CEO of Oxford Space Systems. After graduating with a degree in Electronic and Electrical Engineering, Mike went on to found multiple companies in the tech sector before really making it big with Oxford Space Systems over 20 years after he started at university.
With the rise in interest in space travel but the high barriers to entry, you might forget about your chances of ever flying a satellite. In this episode I interview Dennis Silin, a Canadian entrepreneur and CEO of Exodus Orbitals – a new company in the CubeSat sector who aim to give anybody the opportunity to control a satellite.
This article looks at how Alasdair Gerrard studied Aerospace Engineering (AE) at a top UK university and now has a job at one of the leading UK companies, Rolls-Royce, without even taking an A-Level in Physics.
In this post we talk about Aaron McNeill’s experience studying Mechanical Engineering (ME) at the University of Strathclyde, and then take a look at what he does in his current job at Raptor Aerospace.
This article looks at Sam Ogbonnaya’s experience of studying Aerospace Engineering (AE) at the University of Sheffield and discusses how his career has pivoted away from his original interests in AE to Software Engineering at GE Aviation.
Ilham Said is a Master’s student at the University of Bristol, studying Aerospace Engineering (AE). In this article you’ll find out more about Ilham’s experience of AE, as well as what it’s like for her to be a full-time student at the same time as running her business, Engineer 2 Engineer.
This article looks at the experience of studying Aerospace Engineering at the University of Bath and gives tips on how to manage workload as well as get the most out of university.
This article covers an interview with Galeazzo Prestini, a Stress and Structures Engineer at Reaction Engines. It contains valuable advice on deciding if the decision to study engineering is right for you.
This post explores studying Henry Fidler’s experience of studying Mechanical Engineering at the University of Bath and gives an idea of what it is like to join McLaren Racing, a top F1 team, as a graduate engineer.