Purdue University: Purdue University has graduated 24 astronauts, 15 of whom are from the Aerospace Academy. The university has six centers of excellence related to aerospace engineering, and students have many opportunities to participate in research, including the summer undergraduate research scholarship program SURF. Stanford University: Stanford University is one of the most prestigious and selective universities in the country, and its aerospace program has been one of the best universities in the country. The undergraduate program is project-based and all students learn to conceive, design, implement and operate systems related to aerospace engineering. Located in the heart of Silicon Valley, Stanford University offers advantages in engineering research related to automation, embedded programming and system design. University of Michigan: The University of Michigan’s aerospace program was founded more than 100 years ago and has a long history and a long history. The program graduates approximately 100 undergraduate students each year and is supported by 27 tenured staff. The university has 17 research facilities to support aerospace engineering. These include the Taoshan Observatory, the Supersonic Wind Tunnel and the Propulsion and Combustion Engineering Laboratory.