In september 2006 a new group of first-year students enthusiasticly started studying at the faculty of Aerospace Engineering. One particular student had the habit of making notes of lectures and working them out on the computer. It took less than a week before this got known by the other students, who eagerly wanted the lecture notes. To prevent having to send a lot of files around, this student made a website and put his lecture notes on it. The Aerostudents website was born.
The word about the Aerostudents website spread around, and quickly almost all first-year students and quite some older students knew about it. As the year progressed, more lecture notes came online, which gradually turned into summaries and problem solving strategies. And not only the creator of the website was uploading summaries. Also other students started contributing to this website, making it truly a website of every student. And that's what the Aerostudents website still is today: a website by students for students.
Eleven Years after Aerostudents.com was started, two first-year bachelor students decided it was time to revamp the website. The content was great, but the design was simply outdated. They gradually learned how to create a website. They asked a friend to make a design and so the website you see here was created!
What Can You Find Here?
This website contains a lot of summaries about the courses given at the faculty of aerospace engineering. The subjects are ordered per year in which they're taught. The menu above can be used to navigate through all the courses.
But this website contains more than just files. There is a lot of other info on this website, such as a complete Study Guide. Having trouble studying? Then it might be wise to read it sometimes; it can be found in the the info menu above.