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Aerospace engineering may be studied at the [[diploma|advanced diploma]], [[bachelor's degree|bachelor's]], [[master's degree|master's]], and [[Doctor of Philosophy|Ph.D.]] levels in aerospace engineering departments at many universities, and in mechanical engineering departments at others. A few departments offer degrees in space-focused astronautical engineering. The [[Delft University of Technology]] (TU Delft) in the Netherlands offers one of the top European aerospace educational and research platforms, while the programs of the [[Missouri University of Science and Technology]], [[Rutgers University]], and [[University of Southern California]] are examples of American schools.<ref name=gruntman/> In 2009, [[U.S. News & World Report]] ranked the undergraduate aerospace engineering programs at the [[Massachusetts Institute of Technology]], [[Georgia Institute of Technology]], and the [[University of Michigan]] as the top three best programs at doctorate granting universities in the United States. The other programs in the top ten were [[Purdue University]], [[California Institute of Technology]], [[University of Maryland]], [[University of Illinois]], [[Stanford University]], [[University of Texas at Austin]], and [[Virginia Tech]] in that order.<ref name=US_news_best_Aerospace_2009a>[http://colleges.usnews.rankingsandreviews.com/best-colleges/spec-doct-aero America's Best Colleges 2009: Aerospace / Aeronautical / Astronautical (where doctorate is highest degree)]. USNews.com</ref> The magazine also rates [[Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University]], the [[United States Air Force Academy]], and the [[United States Naval Academy]] as the premier aerospace engineering programs at universities that do not grant doctorate degrees.<ref name=US_news_best_2009b>[http://colleges.usnews.rankingsandreviews.com/best-colleges/spec-aero America's Best Colleges 2009: Aerospace / Aeronautical / Astronautical (where doctorate not offered)]. USNews.com</ref> [[University of Kansas School of Engineering]] has earned more first and second place [[AIAA]] awards than any other academic institution in the world in the 42-year history of the competition.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.news.ku.edu/2010/september/17/aiaa.shtml |title=Aerospace engineering graduates win top awards at international competition – KU News |publisher=News.ku.edu |date=2010-09-17 |accessdate=2012-03-20}}</ref> [[Wichita State University]] is renowned for its Aerospace Engineering program and also has the third highest research budget for Aerospace Engineering in the United States.<ref>{{cite web|author= |url=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=crCVfOkQQ0s |title=Youtube.com |publisher=Youtube.com |date=2009-01-09 |accessdate=2012-03-20}}</ref><ref>[http://www.mentornet.net/partners/campuses/CampusInfo.aspx?CampusCode=9WICH Mentornet.net]{{dead link|date=March 2012}}</ref>
 
Aerospace engineering may be studied at the [[diploma|advanced diploma]], [[bachelor's degree|bachelor's]], [[master's degree|master's]], and [[Doctor of Philosophy|Ph.D.]] levels in aerospace engineering departments at many universities, and in mechanical engineering departments at others. A few departments offer degrees in space-focused astronautical engineering. The [[Delft University of Technology]] (TU Delft) in the Netherlands offers one of the top European aerospace educational and research platforms, while the programs of the [[Missouri University of Science and Technology]], [[Rutgers University]], and [[University of Southern California]] are examples of American schools.<ref name=gruntman/> In 2009, [[U.S. News & World Report]] ranked the undergraduate aerospace engineering programs at the [[Massachusetts Institute of Technology]], [[Georgia Institute of Technology]], and the [[University of Michigan]] as the top three best programs at doctorate granting universities in the United States. The other programs in the top ten were [[Purdue University]], [[California Institute of Technology]], [[University of Maryland]], [[University of Illinois]], [[Stanford University]], [[University of Texas at Austin]], and [[Virginia Tech]] in that order.<ref name=US_news_best_Aerospace_2009a>[http://colleges.usnews.rankingsandreviews.com/best-colleges/spec-doct-aero America's Best Colleges 2009: Aerospace / Aeronautical / Astronautical (where doctorate is highest degree)]. USNews.com</ref> The magazine also rates [[Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University]], the [[United States Air Force Academy]], and the [[United States Naval Academy]] as the premier aerospace engineering programs at universities that do not grant doctorate degrees.<ref name=US_news_best_2009b>[http://colleges.usnews.rankingsandreviews.com/best-colleges/spec-aero America's Best Colleges 2009: Aerospace / Aeronautical / Astronautical (where doctorate not offered)]. USNews.com</ref> [[University of Kansas School of Engineering]] has earned more first and second place [[AIAA]] awards than any other academic institution in the world in the 42-year history of the competition.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.news.ku.edu/2010/september/17/aiaa.shtml |title=Aerospace engineering graduates win top awards at international competition – KU News |publisher=News.ku.edu |date=2010-09-17 |accessdate=2012-03-20}}</ref> [[Wichita State University]] is renowned for its Aerospace Engineering program and also has the third highest research budget for Aerospace Engineering in the United States.<ref>{{cite web|author= |url=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=crCVfOkQQ0s |title=Youtube.com |publisher=Youtube.com |date=2009-01-09 |accessdate=2012-03-20}}</ref><ref>[http://www.mentornet.net/partners/campuses/CampusInfo.aspx?CampusCode=9WICH Mentornet.net]{{dead link|date=March 2012}}</ref>
   
In Canada, undergraduate degrees in aerospace (or aeronautical) engineering can be earned at [[Carleton University]], [[École Polytechnique de Montréal]], [[École de Technologie Supérieure]], the [[Royal Military College of Canada]] and [[Ryerson University]]. Undergraduate aerospace engineering options, or related programs, are available through [[Concordia University (Montreal)|Concordia University]], [[McGill University]], the [[University of Manitoba]], the [[University of Toronto]] and [[York University]]. The [[Canadian Council of Professional Engineers|Canadian Engineering Accreditation Board]] is responsible for accrediting undergraduate aerospace engineering programs,<ref>[http://www.engineerscanada.ca/e/pr_programs1.cfm Canadian Council of Professional Engineers]</ref> graduate study in aerospace engineering is also available at several Canadian post-secondary institutions, though Canadian post-graduate engineering programs do not require accreditation.
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In Canada, undergraduate degrees in aerospace (or aeronautical) engineering can be earned at [[Carleton University]], [[École Polytechnique de Montréal]], [[École de Technologie Supérieure]], the [[Royal Military College of Canada]] and [[Ryerson University]]. Undergraduate aerospace engineering options, or related programs, are available through [[Concordia University (Montreal)|Concordia University]], [[McGill University]], the [[University of Manitoba]], the [[University of Toronto]] and [[York University]]. The [[Canadian Council of Professional Engineers|Canadian Engineering Accreditation Board]] is responsible for accrediting undergraduate aerospace engineering programs,<ref>[http://www.engineerscanada.ca/e/pr_programs1.cfm Canadian Council of Professional Engineers]</ref> graduate study in aerospace engineering is also available at several Canadian post-secondary institutions, though Canadian post-graduate engineering programs do not require accreditation.Guess what boner
   
 
In the UK, Aerospace (or aeronautical) engineering can be studied at the [[B.Eng.]], [[M.Eng.]], [[MSc.]] and [[Ph.D.]] levels at a number of universities. The first institution in the UK to teach in this field was [[Queen Mary, University of London]].<ref>{{cite web|title=Aerospace Engineering Undergraduate Admissions|url=http://www.sems.qmul.ac.uk/ugadmissions/programmes/?aerospaceengineering|accessdate=11 September 2011}}</ref>, which, with the dissolution of the [[University of Paris]] (whose chair was founded at around the same time <ref>{{cite web|title=University of Michigan Aerospace Engineering Department History|url=http://aerospace.engin.umich.edu/about/history.html|accessdate=22 September 2012}}</ref>), maintains the longest continuous experience of doing so in the world. The [[The Times]]' top 10 universities are [[University of Cambridge]], [[University of Surrey]], [[University of Bristol]], [[University of Southampton]], [[Queens University Belfast]], [[University of Sheffield]], [[Newcastle University]], [[University of Bath]], [[Imperial College London]], [[Loughborough University]] and [[University of Nottingham]] for 2010.<!-- Limited list to top 10 in reference --><ref>{{cite web |author=Post |url= http://extras.timesonline.co.uk/tol_gug/gooduniversityguide.php?AC_sub=Aeronautical+and+Manufacturing+Engineering&x=19&y=4&sub=1 |title=University Rankings League Table 2009 |publisher=Extras.timesonline.co.uk |date= |accessdate=2012-03-20}}</ref> The Department of Aeronautics at Imperial College London is noted for providing engineers for the [[Formula One]] industry,<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.grandprix.com/ft/ft00348.html |title=Grandpix.com: The Imperial College |publisher=Grandprix.com |date=1999-11-29 |accessdate=2012-03-20}}</ref> an industry that uses [[space technology|aerospace technology]].
 
In the UK, Aerospace (or aeronautical) engineering can be studied at the [[B.Eng.]], [[M.Eng.]], [[MSc.]] and [[Ph.D.]] levels at a number of universities. The first institution in the UK to teach in this field was [[Queen Mary, University of London]].<ref>{{cite web|title=Aerospace Engineering Undergraduate Admissions|url=http://www.sems.qmul.ac.uk/ugadmissions/programmes/?aerospaceengineering|accessdate=11 September 2011}}</ref>, which, with the dissolution of the [[University of Paris]] (whose chair was founded at around the same time <ref>{{cite web|title=University of Michigan Aerospace Engineering Department History|url=http://aerospace.engin.umich.edu/about/history.html|accessdate=22 September 2012}}</ref>), maintains the longest continuous experience of doing so in the world. The [[The Times]]' top 10 universities are [[University of Cambridge]], [[University of Surrey]], [[University of Bristol]], [[University of Southampton]], [[Queens University Belfast]], [[University of Sheffield]], [[Newcastle University]], [[University of Bath]], [[Imperial College London]], [[Loughborough University]] and [[University of Nottingham]] for 2010.<!-- Limited list to top 10 in reference --><ref>{{cite web |author=Post |url= http://extras.timesonline.co.uk/tol_gug/gooduniversityguide.php?AC_sub=Aeronautical+and+Manufacturing+Engineering&x=19&y=4&sub=1 |title=University Rankings League Table 2009 |publisher=Extras.timesonline.co.uk |date= |accessdate=2012-03-20}}</ref> The Department of Aeronautics at Imperial College London is noted for providing engineers for the [[Formula One]] industry,<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.grandprix.com/ft/ft00348.html |title=Grandpix.com: The Imperial College |publisher=Grandprix.com |date=1999-11-29 |accessdate=2012-03-20}}</ref> an industry that uses [[space technology|aerospace technology]].
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