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School of Mechanical Engineering
THE UNIVERSITY OF ADELAIDE
SA 5005
AUSTRALIA


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+61 8 8303 5460
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Where will you work?

Aerospace engineers can find work in:

  • Government aerospace laboratories or research centres
  • Airline maintenance and operations
  • Satellite operations
  • Defence - aircraft, unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV), rockets etc
  • Aerospace design and manufacture in general
In addition, Aerospace engineers having been provided with a sound Mechanical Engineering knowledge base, may also find jobs in all aeras of Mechanical Engineering such as the automotive industry, or in other industries where they may work in energy production and conservation, lightweight materials or new manufacturing techniques.
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