The curriculum focuses on studying all stages of jet engine lifecycle: from mathematical modeling of the
combustion process and engine design engineering to the development of manufacturing methods and
techniques for further maintenance. Students have an opportunity to implement any breakthrough idea, check
it in the light of all the experience of the MAI faculty members and test it in the university’s
The turbojet engine is the most complicated part of a modern aircraft. Students can select one of the
following specializations: combustion process modeling, jet design engineering, manufacturing techniques.
Either of these fields is in high demand for the aerospace industry, so the program graduates can easily
enter any of the world hi-tech majors, such as Boeing, Airbus, Embraer, Rolls-Royce, Pratt&Whitney,
Siemens, GE Power, Sauer, Subaru.