Advanced Structural Engineering allows you to study a very flexible range of core and optional courses to improve employability across global sectors. You study academic theory and apply learning to areas such as mechanical, civil, aerospace, automotive and energy to suit your specific interests and employability needs.. You can study advanced composite materials, lightweight structures and engineering optimisation, risers and hydrodynamics, risk and finite elements. Upon graduation your skills and practical problem solving ability can be applied to numerous sectors which include; civil and construction, aerospace, renewables, oil and gas and consultancy.
Courses include a mix of compulsory and optional modules in: Mathematical Optimisation, Lightweight Structures, Risers Systems and Hydrodynamics, Engineering Risk and Reliability Analysis, Finite Element Methods, Individual Project in Advanced Structural Engineering, Advanced Composite Materials, Structural Vibrations, Offshore Structural Design
You are ideally placed to take advantage of a city of engineers as Aberdeen is a major world energy centre with over 900 oil and gas related companies ranging from multinationals to consultancies located in and around the city. You benefit from international academics with professional experience from this industry and others to support your studies with industry relevant challenges.
The School of Engineering has multidisciplinary links across its research portfolio and there is a constant exchange of knowledge with industry. Research groups include Theoretical and Applied Mechanics, Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Mechanics of Fluids, Soils and Structures, Petroleum and Natural Gas Engineering, Chemical and Materials Engineering. You are welcome to attend events and seminars in the school and networking events within the city. You can also take advantage of relevant societies and a wide range of excellent practical facilities to support your studies.
The University of Aberdeen and Kings College is the 5th oldest university in the UK. It was founded by Bishop William Elphinstone in 1495 in the ‘pursuit of truth’ to provide progressive, innovative research. Many of its subjects continue to progress societal, economic and new innovations to this day. Initially aligned to the universities of Paris and Bologna this progressive vision continues to attract international research staff and international academics. The stunning contemporary blue glass Sir Duncan Rice library offers you panoramic views over the city, beach and beyond and excellent study facilities.
Why study at Aberdeen?
- The University offers a strong industry focused department and research strengths many of which have been augmented by industry engagement with the nearby oil and gas industry
- You have access to placements and professional links,
- You learn from a research intensive School currently innovating in many of the courses you study such as the Theoretical and Applied Mechanics Group, Mechanics of Fluids, Soils and Structures, Chemical and Materials Engineering Groups
- The University also offers the Lloyds Register Foundation Centre for Safety and Reliability Engineering, Centre for Applied Dynamics Research, Micro-and Nanomechanics, Innovative Building Materials and Technologies, HDVC Research Centre.
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About this University
The University of Aberdeen is the fifth oldest university in the UK, with a beautiful medieval campus dating back to 1495. The university attracts international academics and students at all levels of study, both on campus and via distance learning. It offers one of the largest medical campuses in Europe, as well as the stunning Sir Duncan Rice Library with its panoramic views across the cosmopolitan yet compact city and its golden beaches.
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