BEng (Hons) or MEng — 2025 entry Astronautics and Space Engineering

Our BEng and MEng Astronautics and Space Engineering degrees will prepare you for a dynamic career in the ever-evolving field of space. You'll study the principles and technologies essential for space exploration and satellite systems.

Key course information

Typical offer
Start date
September 2025
Full time
3 years
Overseas fees
To be confirmed
UCAS code
Stag Hill
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Why choose
this course?

  • Having pioneered the small satellite industry 40 years ago, the Surrey Space Centre designs and builds innovative commercial satellites to launch into orbit. This means our BEng and MEng Astronautics and Space Engineering courses give you a unique opportunity to learn from inspiring academics at the forefront of space engineering.
  • You’ll also have the opportunity to do a Professional Training placement, which is excellent preparation for a technology-based career path.
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Electrical and electronic engineering is ranked top 10 in the UK for overall student satisfaction* in the National Student Survey 2023

18th in the UK

For electrical and electronic engineering in the Guardian University Guide 2024


Average starting salary (Graduate Outcomes 2023, HESA)

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