Bachelor of Technology (Aerospace Engineering)

Bachelor of Technology (Aerospace Engineering)

Bachelor of Technology (Aerospace Engineering)

Programme Duration

Programme Duration

4 years



8 Semesters




Students from all curriculua must have studied higher level Physics, Chemistry and Maths. A minimum 50% aggregate in CBSE grades X & XII with a minimum of 60% in PCM, or the equivalent from alternative schools, is required.
Academic Year

Academic Year


Fees per year

Fees per year

AED 60,000 + 5% VAT

Why choose this field?

The global aerospace industry contributes hundreds of billions of dollars to the world economy. The UAE intends to spend US$ 136 billion on the aviation industry, with plans to become one of the global aerospace hubs. Technologies developed by aerospace engineers are used in aviation, defense and space exploration, giving you various career paths to choose from.

Programme description

The B. Tech (Aerospace Engineering) course at Amity University Dubai gives students a sound understanding of the design, construction, and study of the science behind the forces and physical properties of aircraft, Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (drones) rockets and flying crafts. With access to one of the most advanced high-tech Aerospace labs equipped with a turbo jet engine, Armfield c15-10 wind tunnel and fully functional scaled models of aircraft reciprocating engines our students gain first-hand experience of what they can expect in their careers

Our various labs provide students with great insight into the field of Aerospace Engineering by giving them first-hand experience of what they can expect in their future careers.

The Propulsion Lab allows the R&D for Gas Turbine Engine through the high end Mini Gas Turbine equipment.

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In the lab you’ll find:

  • Various piston engine models and gas turbine models
  • Impulse and reaction turbine benches

The Aerodynamics Laboratory features:

  • A vortex apparatus
  • A 2.20 m long wind tunnel capable of producing air velocities between 1 and 35 m/s
  • Two-component dynamometer with digital force display
  • Velocity meter
  • Smoke generator
  • X-y traversing boundary layer
  • Pitot-static tube probes A 10 port pressure transducer
  • A/D readout meter display with signal conditioners
  • A calibration set

The Vibration Laboratory includes:

  • The Universal Vibration Apparatus
  • Slipping Friction Apparatus
  • Whirling of Shaft apparatus
  • Vibro-Viscometer

The labs include a polariscope, which demonstrates the effects of stress in photoelastic material.

How does this benefit the students?

These instruments provide students with insight into the phenomenon of resonance, influence of damping and phase relationships. The aircraft structure lab features Advanced Beam Testing Apparatus which helps students understand the behaviour of beams and bars used in aircraft with various loading and end conditions.

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Career opportunities

Aerospace Engineers are employed in the aircraft industry - including companies that make engines, communications systems, electronic devices, and parts used in aircraft construction. Government agencies, such as the Department of Defence or the Government Space Research Departments (like NASA) of various countries, also hire professionals from this field
What will students learn?

What will students learn?

Students will be learn how to communicate effectively and demonstrate knowledge and a sound understanding of Aerospace Engineering.
Students will be able to apply the fundamental concepts of Science and Engineering knowledge to analyse, formulate and solve complex engineering scenarios.
As students continue on their course, they will learn how to assess societal, health, safety, legal, cultural and environmental issues and relevant engineering responsibilities by applying contextual knowledge to understand its impact towards sustainable development.
Students will discover how to apply modern engineering and IT tools to complex engineering activities with a clear understanding of techniques and limitations.
Students will learn how to conduct themselves professionally and communicate effectively.
Each student will understand what’s needed to have successful careers, both locally and internationally or excel in higher studies.
Students will be able to inculcate awareness about professional ethics and engineering practices.
Students will understand how to engage in independent and lifelong learning of technological changes.

What will students achieve?

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