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MSc Air Transport Management &

BEng/MEng Aeronautical Engineering

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Why choose Brookfield to apply for De Montfort University?

Students applying for the programme through Brookfield have access to a unique range of benefits at no extra cost, which will maximise the students' opportunities after graduation:


  • No Brookfield fees payable by students – All benefits are free!

  • Early access to aviation jobs

  • Fast-track interview and document revision

  • Premium support by senior management

  • 25% discount on International Medical Insurance

  • 30% discount on personal coaching with “Helping Reach Potential”

  • Brookfield reference letter for your applications

  • More than 5000 candidates placed in aviation jobs worldwide since 1993. See our client list


MSc Air Transport Management


  • Duration: 1 year full time

  • Start date: September 2021

  • Fees: £14,600

Why study Air Transport Management at DMU ?

  • Develop your understanding of the structure and operation of the global air transport industry

  • Be taught by experienced air transport academics and expert industry contributors

  • Select elective modules to tailor the programme to your interests

  • Competitive course fees

  • Free copy of core textbook for all students

Course modules

  • The Business of Air Transport

  • Air Transport Economics

  • Airline Marketing and Operations

  • Airport Planning and Operations

  • Airport Management

  • Airline Business Strategy

  • Research Methods

Entry requirements

  • Minimum of a second class honours degree from a UK University (or international equivalent)

  • English language requirements: IELTS 6.0 with a minimum of 5.5 in each component



  • Duration: 

- BEng: 3 years full time (+ 1 year  placement)

- MEng: 1 year full time

  • Start date: September 2021

  • Fees: £14,750 per annum

Why study Aeronautical Engineering at DMU?

  • Offer a range of topics including aircraft structures and materials, flight dynamics and control, and aircraft propulsion systems.

  • Benefit from the academic expertise of researchers who have experience of collaborating with international institutions

  • Develop your practical and professional skills

  • Competitive course fees

Course modules

  • Engineering Mathematics

  • Aircraft Design Principles

  • Aircraft Structures and Materials

  • Fundamentals of Aerodynamics

  • Flight Simulation Technology

  • Human Factors and Flight Safety

  • Management Concept in Aviation

  • Navigation and Pilot Studies

  • Computational Aerodynamics

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Entry requirements

  • A typical offer is 112 UCAS points (120 UCAS points for MEng) from at least two A-levels including Mathematics or Physics at grade C, or

  • Engineering or Physics BTEC National Diploma/ Extended Diploma at DMM (DDM for MEng)

  • English language requirements: IELTS 6.0 with a minimum of 5.5 in each component


BEng/MEng Aeronautical Engineering


What the courses look like


Why study at DMU?

Starting your studies from a strong position can shape future success. DMU achieved Gold – the highest possible standard – in the Teaching Excellence Framework, the only Government-endorsed measure of teaching quality in higher education. It recognises the outstanding teaching and learning on offer at DMU and the positive impact that has on students – people like you.

Life in Leicester

Rich with history yet steeped in modern successes, Leicester is a shining example of a contemporary city that draws strength from its diverse heritage. Situated in the East Midlands and an equal distance from both Manchester and London, Leicester boasts a story spanning more than 2,000 years, with one of its most famous chapters happening right now. The advantages of living and working in Leicester have been recognised in the 2019 Good Growth for Cities Index too, where it is ranked in the top 10 best places for quality of life.

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