The topics you describe are certainly part of aerospace engineering, however they are somewhat specialized topics. I am not trying to discourage you, but Aerospace engineering involves a lot of mathematics and physics. If these fields do not appeal to you, you will be having a hard time to get through to the sweeter parts.
Some universities only offer a Master programme for Aerospace engineering, which typically follows on to their Bachelor programme Mechanical engineering. If you are really interested in aviation, I would recommend to select a full (Bachelor and Master) Aerospace programme.
Aerospace engineering programmes generally involve a thorough basis of mathematics (linear algebra, calculus) , physics (mechanics, thermodynamics), material sciences before introducing more specialized subjects like aerodynamics, aircraft performance, and space flight. At bachelor level, you will get an introduction to a diverse set of aerospace related subjects. At master level you will go deeper into an area, although you will have to accept that you won't master all subjects you mention.
I had a good time at Delft University, it certainly has a good Aerospace Engineering programme which I would recommend.
In addition I had the pleasure to work with a graduate from Bristol university, she is very knowledgeable. I'd certainly look into their programme as well.
For Scandinavia I would look into aerospace programmes in Sweden. Sweden has quite an active Aerospace industry. Linköping is their centre of Aerospace Engineering.