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pritish April 6, 2011 14:42

Good Universities For Masters & PHD in Aerospace in Europe and America
 
Hello,

I am new to this CFD online.....I will get straight to my point..

First of all a brief Intro -

I have done my bachelors in Mechanical Engineering.
During my 6th semester..I started taking intrest in Aerodynamics...
I completed my bachelors in 2008....nd was into job within a month.
Worked in ANSA/Hypermesh/Nastran for NVH modelling and analysis for Powertrain Components(By the way I work for a major French Automobile Company in India).
Right now I am into Powertrain CFD....for flow calculation..using StarCD Pro AMM..its been 11 months

I want to do Masters & PHD in Aerospace engineering(Because of the sole reason that I want to gain knowledge in Aerodynamics,Experimental CFD,Fluid Dynamics)....Basically I want to learn as much as I can on Aerodynamics...Race Car Aerodynamics to be specific.

I have short listed some of the U.S universities..based on -

1. Tution fees(coz of budget constraint)

2.Research areas and facilities available...as my primary objective is to learn Aerodynamics,Experimental CFD,Fluid Dynamics

3.Courses of studies and Elective available.

But still i have concerns over my short listed Universities.

I want to get some info. regarding any other Universities basically from Europe where I can pursue my masters and PHD based on my above mentioned 3 criterias of selection.

And on top of that..I wld like to no my chances to get a good scholarship and a good university....or what steps shld i take to achieve my objective.


Please help me out with this..Thank You in Advance.....:)

RKR April 7, 2011 09:28

Hi,
you didn't mentioned about your academics. According to my experience, In Europe, Germany is best for Aerodynamics provided if you know German language. UK is also best provided if you get admission in top universities.
Getting of admission in good universities is not easy unless you have very good accads.

jbritton April 7, 2011 09:46

Pritish why have you decide to post exactly the same thing in at least 3 threads now, tis pretty annoying, you even dragged up a thread from 12 years ago!!!

Post your query in one place and wait for a response rather than spamming the forum

pritish April 9, 2011 06:01

Quote:

Originally Posted by RKR (Post 302656)
Hi,
you didn't mentioned about your academics.(Well I got CGPA of 7.0 in my Btech.) According to my experience, In Europe, Germany is best for Aerodynamics provided if you know German language. UK is also best provided if you get admission in top universities.
Getting of admission in good universities is not easy unless you have very good accads.

Well I would appreciate If u can be more specific abt ur answers.
Quote:

Originally Posted by jbritton (Post 302660)
Pritish why have you decide to post exactly the same thing in at least 3 threads now, tis pretty annoying, you even dragged up a thread from 12 years ago!!!

Post your query in one place and wait for a response rather than spamming the forum

Well,I am new to this CFD as I have mentioned...so had no clue how to post a thread...and I am bit desperate too..so just increasing my probability of getting noticed and a reply which fullfills my purpose....Sorry If I annoy anybody...Ignore it if u can ! ! !......:)

Florent April 9, 2011 09:57

Your join date is april 2010 ... so you are not so new ...
In France, their are some Engineer School in Toulouse rather for aeronautics (Supaero, Ensica, Enseeiht ...) or in other cities as well as some important labs (IMFT, CERFACS, CORIA, EM2C, LMFA, ...) depending on what you want to do

pritish April 11, 2011 11:41

Quote:

Originally Posted by Florent (Post 302888)
Your join date is april 2010(ya its true...but i was hardly going thru it..until now ) ... so you are not so new ...
In France, their are some Engineer School in Toulouse (I got in touch with Michel{Deputy Director of masters programs
Marketing & recruitment} of ISAE thru Email....regarding some info...it was rather convincing I must say...)
rather for aeronautics (Supaero, Ensica, Enseeiht ...) or in other cities as well as some important labs (IMFT, CERFACS, CORIA, EM2C, LMFA, ...) depending on what you want to do

Florent can you give me some idea of job oppertunities in France for foreign nationals like me after my masters and PHD ?

and by the way toulouse being the heart of some big aero companies....and ISAE bng a merger of two major reputed aero universities(Supaero & Enisca)..so wat are my chances to get a job as soon as i finish my PHD....

In case i dont get any financial assistance during my study...then I need to atleast to pay back my loans quickly..thats one of my major concerns apart from the courses of choice ! ! !...thank u for ur reply newazz...:)

pritish April 18, 2011 11:37

This CFD forum is so dull?
 
Hey guys...pour in your opinions on my Query ! ! !....

Only 3 replies...and one of them recommending how not to spam the forum ! ! ! :rolleyes:

and guys instead of reacting to my stupid behaviour/reactions including this one...I would highly appreciate if u guys help me out with this...or else i have to blv that I am the only guy in this in this situation in this whole world...so nobody else got a clue abt this Query ! ! !:cool:


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