In September 2017, I'll be going to college to complete a Diploma in Aeronautical Engineering.
I have an ambition to become a Commercial Airline Pilot, but I'm not sure what path to take; A-Levels or BTECs.
A-Levels in Maths and Physics will open a lot of possible careers for myself, however I enjoy coursework a lot more than I do exams; hence why I'm considering a Level 3 Extended Diploma.
My question is whether the Level 3 qualification in Aeronautical Engineering will still allow me to become a commercial pilot, because it's equivalent to 3 A-Levels.
Would you guys recommend the traditional A-Level route, or the BTEC Level 3 Extended route?
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- Thread Starter
- 07-01-2017 14:32
- Official TSR Representative
- 09-01-2017 16:03
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