Kings Cornerstone International College

Bachelor of Engineering (Aerospace) (Honours)



Key Benefits of the program

Significant savings of up to INR 47 Lakhs compared to studying a full degree in Australia

Eligible for Up to 48 Months of Post Study Work visa after graduation.

The average salary for a Graduate Business professional is $77,840 per year in Australia


The Bachelor of Engineering (Aerospace) program at RMIT University, Australia, stands as a premier choice for aspiring aerospace engineers. Renowned for its excellence in education and industry connections, this program has earned the distinction of being ranked #1 in Australia for graduate employment. The unique structure of this degree allows students to commence their educational journey by completing the first 2 years of credits at Kings Cornerstone International College, where they can earn a Level 5 Aeronautical Engineering qualification awarded by Pearson Education. The remaining 2 years are completed at RMIT University campuses in Australia, ensuring a comprehensive and hands-on aerospace engineering education.

Upon graduation, aerospace engineering graduates can look forward to exciting career prospects in Australia. Notably, there are several top companies in the aerospace industry actively hiring recent graduates. Some of these prominent employers include Boeing Australia, Northrop Grumman, Lockheed Martin Australia, BAE Systems, Airbus Group Australia Pacific, Raytheon Australia, Thales Australia, Qantas, Virgin Australia, and General Electric Aviation. Recent graduates in the field can expect competitive starting salaries, typically ranging from AUD 65,000 to AUD 80,000 per annum, depending on the specific role and location, making the Bachelor of Engineering (Aerospace) degree from RMIT University an attractive and promising pathway for those pursuing a career in aerospace engineering in Australia.


Kings Cornerstone



Course Name

Aerospace Engineering - Level 5 Pearson qualification

Tuition Fees

Rs 932,200 (inclusive all taxes)

Cost of living


Mode of teaching

On Campus


24 months


Students who have cleared 10 + 2 examinations, (e.g. A level, CBSE, HSC, IBDP, ISC, etc.) with 60% marks in Physics & Maths. Students without physics or math may have to take a foundation program along with regular studies.


RMIT University



Course Name

Bachelor of Engineering (Aerospace) (Honour)

Tuition Fees

AUD$ 67400

Cost of living

AUD$ 24505

Mode of teaching

On Campus


24 months


Completion of KCIC taught Aerospace Engineering - Level 5 Pearson qualification

Selection Criteria

Visa History

Applicants must have a clean visa history for the intended destination, demonstrating compliance with immigration regulations and increasing the chances of a successful application.

Financial Evidence

Prospective students need to provide evidence of financial sources, such as bank statements. Parental financial support or a good credit rating for educational bank loans is considered positively.

Intent to Study Abroad

Applicants must exhibit a genuine intent to study in the host country. This involves a compelling statement of purpose outlining educational goals, career aspirations, and reasons for selecting the specific program and destination.



Dual certification

Pearson Level 4 Diploma in Business plus RMIT University, Australia.

#01 Rank

RMIT ranks #1 in Australia for Graduate employability (2022)

QS World Ranking

140th globally (and 11th in Australia) in QS World University Rankings 2024

Post-study visa

Up to 4 years post-study work visa* (additional 6-month study required)


Industry connection with Medibank, Australian Redcross, Adobe, AWS and EY.

Career path

Design your degree and choose your own career path.

Career Opportunities

Bachelor of Engineering (Aerospace) (Honours)

In an aerospace engineering career, you can design, develop, and test aircraft, rockets, spacecraft, and global space/international systems. You could pursue a career in:

Design and manufacturing companies
Defence forces
Defence-related organisations
Australian and international airlines
Airworthiness organisations
automotive industry

Earnings as per Industry Standards

AUD 65,000 to AUD 80,000


  • Engineering Design
  • Engineering Maths
  • Engineering Science
  • Managing a Professional Engineering Project
  • Further Mathematics
  • Virtual Engineering
  • Advanced Mechanical Principles
  • Aircraft Aerodynamics
  • Fundamentals of Thermodynamics and Heat Engines
  • Aircraft Propulsion Principles and Technology
  • Industry 4.0
  • Sustainability
  • Aircraft Flight Control Systems
  • Composite Materials for Aerospace
  • ApplicationsResearch Project
  • Professional Engineering Management
  • Aerospace Dynamics and Control
  • Aerospace Propulsion
  • Aerospace Structure
  • Aerospace Structure
  • Aerospace Design Principles
  • Aerospace Finite Element Method
  • Engineering Capstone Project A
  • Engineering Capstone Project B
  • Aerospace Design Project

1 x University Electives Minor:

  • Aircraft Technologies
  • Aeronautics Innovation Laboratory
  • Computational and High-Speed Aerodynamics
  • Aerospace Structure Studio
  • Aerospace Material and Manufacturing Minor: Space Technologies
  • Spaceflight System Design
  • Space Innovation Laboratory – Signals, Systems and Space Communication
  • Geodesy and Satellite Navigation System
  • Avionics and ATM Systems Minor: Aviation Industry
  • Airport Design
  • Aircraft Airworthiness
  • Unmanned Aerial System Operation
  • Incident and Accident Investigation

Minor: Computational Engineering and Simulation (Any 4 Courses)

  • Computational Engineering – Robotics
  • Computational Fluid Dynamics
  • Engineering Computer Graphics
  • Advanced Engineering Computer
  • Aided Design

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