Aviation and astronautics are cutting edge technology fields. Thus it is a tough faculty. It provides however unique professional satisfaction, and the jobs could be of high responsibility and consequently well paid. If we talk about operations and maintenance, one single aircraft costs between Euro 50-200 million. One can easily understand what kind of responsibility is required from an engineer who works even with a small fleet of 5-10 airplanes. If we talk about designing or manufacturing, our alumni engineers have major contributions to multi-billion Euro international projects, such as Airbus A350, Gulfstream G650, the Airbus Helicopters H215, or the new launchers of the European Space Agency (ESA). If we talk of air navigation, the air traffic management system in Europe has a yearly turnover of Euro 8 billion. Many of the engineers involved in this system are Romanians. In Eurocontrol Romanian is one of the spoken languages, we have tens of graduates who work there. Also, Romatsa employ many of our graduates. The UAV/RPAS field is one with a tremendous dynamics. Our students and engineers are involved for over 10 years now in important projects and won more international competitions. The qualification of aerospace engineer in Romania is recognized and appreciated all over the world, because the faculty has tradition and a good name.
Conf. dr. ing. Octavian Thor Pleter, MBA (MBS)
Dear future students,
You are at an age when you need to choose. I know that it is hard, and I understand. Me, as a parent and a teacher, I can afford to suggest a road in life. It is the road on which the dreams become reality and the reality creates dreams. To be a 3D engineer in the aerospace field is not just a profession, but more, it is an engineering art. Our engineers take pride in the face that they not only posses a diploma or titles, but they are the dreamers who love engineering, the true filo-engineers. You just need to look around, and you will notice that everything that man created is touched by this domain, that respectfully is called aerospace. The aviation industry is a lance tip of engineering. In this top field, huge amounts are invested, outstanding results are obtained, sometimes with sacrifices, and then they are applied on the whole front of the horizontal industry. Watch a bird, watch a plane (the simplest bird), and you will find the they are essentially the same, like our great Romanian sculptor and philosopher Constantin Brâncuși used to say. Among the students, there is a saying in Romanian, that you can live up to just as engineers or pilots. It passes to our souls, the fact that ”the aviation gives the sensation” (a literal translation). If you truly want to live that sensation, pick up this road in life, and you will not be disappointed, because this is the only and the sublime way of those who are smart, powerful and brave. Alongside of our teachers, who, besides knowledge, will share a bit of their souls, you will learn how to fly. Knock at our aerospace school, and we will open the door!
Prof. dr. ing. DHC Virgil Stanciu
The new University Year 2019-2020 will be opened on 23 September 2019 in the Aula of the University Politehnica of Bucharest, starting at 10 am. 1st Year students are expected at the entrance at 9:40 am. There are 55 seats reserved in the middle of the room for the...read more
Information regarding the candidate registration process, timing, the eligibility criteria of the candidates, the evaluation of the candidates and the necessary documents for the registration of the candidates for the TARGET GROUP (TG) - STUDENTS within the project...read more
Based on the proposal of the Faculty of Aerospace Engineering, the Senate of the University Politehnica of Bucharest awards the title of Doctor Honoris Causa to the President of the Romanian Space Agency, Dr. Marius Ioan Piso. The ceremony will take place in the...read more
In the Boeing 737 MAX crisis we have extensive coverage from many affected stakeholders except the aeronautical engineers, who actually hold responsibility of every factor significant in the loss of 346 lives in the Lion Air 610 and Ethiopian 302 accidents: Design of...read more
Since its beginning, the Faculty of Aerospace Engineering organized a long awaited event for the students: the flight training at the end of the second year of study. This tradition was discontinued in the late 90’s, only to be brought back recently with the aid of...read more
Romanian Civil Aviation Academy (SSAvC) hires two aviation engineers. Details . UPB Faculty of Aerospace Engineering signed in 2016 a strategic partnership with the Aviation Academy materialized in students internship, aircraft maintenance, pilots training and air...read more
Faculty and Dean's Office of the Faculty of Aerospace Engineering are open according to a special schedule in the summer time as follows: every Wednesday 10 am - 1 pm. The office is open on Wednesday 24 July and Thursday 25 July 8 am - 6 pm, but is closed on Friday 26...read more
Today we celebrate France and we remember the French Revolution, which reshaped the history of Europe and of the mankind. Less would we expect a New French Revolution, infinitely more peaceful, to reshape the history of Europe and of the mankind starting from now....read more
We invite you on Thursday 4th of July 2019 in the Great Amphitheater F024 V. N. Constantinescu at 09:45 for a memorable meeting with a remarkable American astronaut, Dr. Anna Fisher. On this occasion, Dr. Fisher will talk about Future Space Explorations. We invite...read more
On 6 June 2019 at the Air and Space Museum of Paris Le Bourget, the students of the Faculty of Aerospace Engineering gathered in the ASAIA team have won the prestigious Dassault Aviation Prize, awarded by the European Astronautic Club, with support from Airbus,...read more