12 March 2020
Cranfield University has been awarded a sixth Queen’s Anniversary Prize from HRH The Prince of Wales for its 'flying classroom'.
Cranfield is home to the National Flying Laboratory Centre which brings together academics and technical specialists to deliver learning for aerospace engineering students. The University’s fully instrumented aircraft offers a unique learning flight test experience for aerospace engineering students at Cranfield and other universities.
Professor Sir Peter Gregson, Chief Executive and Vice-Chancellor of Cranfield University, said: “We are honoured to be one of just a handful of academic institutions to be awarded the Queen’s Anniversary Prize for the sixth time."
The Queen’s Anniversary Prizes are the highest awards in the UK for higher educational institutions and if you are interested in studying an engineering related subject at Cranfield, arrange a free consultation with SI-UK in London or Manchester, or online via Skype, today.
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