Bachelor of Engineering in Aerospace Engineering

Single Degree

The Bachelor of Engineering (Aerospace) is the first full-fledged aerospace engineering degree programme in Singapore. Through a blend of coursework and hands-on practical experiences, the curriculum builds a strong foundation in aerospace engineering principles, is well-rounded, and industry relevant. Established partnerships with industry leaders such as Rolls-Royce and Pratt & Whitney keep the curriculum and projects on the cutting-edge.


The NTU Education Curriculum provides depth (Core & major Prescribe Electives) and breadth (GER-Core, GER-Prescribe Electives and GER-Unrestricted Electives) to cater to the educational needs of all students.

The BRC curriculum is designed to achieve the following student learning outcomes:

  • Prepare students for successful careers and the ability to engage in life-long learning;
  • Train students to apply knowledge of mathematics, science and engineering to the solution of engineering problems;
  • Develop students’ skills in engineering design process, including the ability to formulate problems, to think creatively, to communicate effectively, to synthesize solutions to achieve desired needs;
  • Enable students to work collaboratively in a team and understand the fundamentals of project management;
  • Teach students to conduct experiments and the ability to analyse, interpret experimental data to arrive at valid conclusions;
  • Impart in our students an understanding of their professional and ethical responsibilities, and the impact of engineering solutions in a societal context.

One key objective of the BRC Curriculum is to allow undergraduates to pursue courses that lie outside of their major concentration. These include courses offered by other Schools.

Aerospace Engineering students have the option to graduate with one of the following specializations: 

  • Specialization in Smart Manufacturing and Digital Factory 
  • Specialization in Mechanical Engineering
GCE ‘A’ level

H2 level pass in Mathematics and Physics/Chemistry/Biology. Pass in Physics at ‘O’ Level is only applicable to applicants who have not read Physics at H2 Level. Students with exemplary academic records may be granted course exemptions.

Local polytechnic diploma

Polytechnic graduates with relevant diplomas in engineering will be considered for direct entry into second year. Students with exemplary academic records may be granted course exemptions.

International Baccalaureate (IB) / NUS High School diploma

Mathematics and Physics/Chemistry/Biology at Higher level. Pass in Physics at Standard Level is only applicable to applicants who have not read Physics at Higher Level.

For detailed admission requirements and application, please click here.

By Application, on a case-by-case basis 
Full Time 4 Years

On graduating with a degree in Aerospace Engineering, you can look forward to a career in: Graduates with a degree in Mechanical Engineering can expect strong prospects in these industries: Aerospace Consulting Air Traffic Management Aircraſt Design and Manufacturing Aircraſt Operations and Maintenance Aviation Regulatory Bodies Defence Systems and Management Finance and Banking Project Planning and Management Research and Development Teaching and many other (engineering and non-engineering) jobs.

The Bachelor of Engineering (Mechanical Engineering) and the Bachelor of Engineering (Aerospace Engineering) degrees are accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Board of the Institute of Engineers, Singapore (IES).