An Aerospace engineer responsible to design, tests, and supervises producing airplane, spacecraft, and weaponry. Those engineers who deal with aircraft are known as aeronautical engineers, and those doing the job especially with spacecraft are astronautical engineers. Aerospace engineers create latest systems in order to use in planes, defense systems, and space research, normally specializing in areas like the structural layout, control and navigation and interconnection and manufacturing techniques.
They also may focus on a precise kind of aerospace technology, such as aircraft used for commercial activities, air force combatant jets, copters, rocket ship, or armaments and may possibly become skilled in the field of aero-dynamics, thermo-dynamics, celestial Orbital mechanics and control and organize systems.
Prerequisite for Undergraduate or B.E Program:
Those universities where Bachelor of Engineering Program is offered in aerospace technology are the best way to enter in this career. These universities normally have the same procedure. The merit is decided upon the result of F.Sc marks and the Admission Test score. Minimum F.Sc marks required for B.E program is 60%.
Additional SUPARCO offer graduate and undergraduate degree programs through its institute namely Institute of Space Technology. Candidates are needed to qualify the NAT-1E conducted by NTS.
Requirements for Undergraduate Program (B.E):
- SSC/ O-Level/ Equivalent: 60% marks
- HSSC/ A-Level/ Equivalent: 60% marks
- NAT-1E: 50% marks obtained
- Age Limit: 22 years
Requirements for Graduate Program (Local Ms Programs):
Aerospace Engineering (Local)
BE/BS in any one of the following disciplines:
National Testing Service Pakistan Score Required:
NTS GAT-General Score required: 50% score