Aerospace Engineering

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I'm a student from Malaysia, planning to go into aerospace engineering. I really want to study in the us, but what pre-u course is good and which uni offers the best aerospace engineering in the us?
 

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What's up with all these threads asking about the 'best' schools...

Best is subjective. I can tell you that UT Austin and Texas A&M have rigorous AE programs that are comparatively easy to get into as an international student. I say comparatively because they're by no means easy to get into, but it's much easier to get into a school like UT and A&M than into, say, MIT. Whether they're the 'best' or not is entirely up to you.

Also, just as a side note, don't you think it's a little presumptuous that you could even get into the 'best' aerospace engineering school? Just saying....
 
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Thanks for the advice. and you really don't have to get annoyed by people asking for advice in the physics forum.
 
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Honestly, there are quite a few good aerospace programs in the US, and for graduate school especially, which one is the best depends heavily on what subfield you want to go into. The best school for rocket propulsion is not going to be the same as the best school for satellite navigation and control for example.
 
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thanx for the advise guys but which is the best to study uk or usa
 

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