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msc from cranfield vs msc air transport from west minister career opportunity after graduation fro, both for international student thank u
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msc from cranfield vs msc air transport from west minister career opportunity after graduation fro, both for international student thank u
Hi Sherry,

I hope you are fine! You did not state on your post if you applied and were offered a place on the MSc Air Transport Management for this year. If you were, then Congratulations! The MSc is usually oversubscribed and applications for this year is currently closed.

I completely understand the purpose of your inquiry. I am an international student here at Cranfield currently running a PhD programme. Quite frankly, opportunities after graduation was one of the things that guided my choice of research area and of University, especially as an international student.

I can only speak about Cranfield University (of course lol). This statement on the website is quite important here:

"The course has an outstanding global reputation with over 1,000 graduates to date. Graduates of this course are featured in our annual CV Book, a publication which is requested by and circulated to our extensive industry partner network, as our graduates are highly sought after. We help students prepare their CV and for interviews for positions all over the world. In addition, we give students access to our exclusive Air Transport Alumni group on LinkedIn. This offers unrivaled networking and job opportunities."

The course is normally quickly filled up in Cranfield a bit more quicker than a few others, as it is a specialist area, targeted by airlines and aero-related companies across the world. International students are obviously, across the UK, subjected to immigration laws, but students here appear to be just fine, as the course has been since closed for 2018/2019 applications!

I will do my best to get actual numbers for you but, if you need any questions, please let me know.

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Hi Sherry,

I hope you are fine! You did not state on your post if you applied and were offered a place on the MSc Air Transport Management for this year. If you were, then Congratulations! The MSc is usually oversubscribed and applications for this year is currently closed.

I completely understand the purpose of your inquiry. I am an international student here at Cranfield currently running a PhD programme. Quite frankly, opportunities after graduation was one of the things that guided my choice of research area and of University, especially as an international student.

I can only speak about Cranfield University (of course lol). This statement on the website is quite important here:

"The course has an outstanding global reputation with over 1,000 graduates to date. Graduates of this course are featured in our annual CV Book, a publication which is requested by and circulated to our extensive industry partner network, as our graduates are highly sought after. We help students prepare their CV and for interviews for positions all over the world. In addition, we give students access to our exclusive Air Transport Alumni group on LinkedIn. This offers unrivaled networking and job opportunities."

The course is normally quickly filled up in Cranfield a bit more quicker than a few others, as it is a specialist area, targeted by airlines and aero-related companies across the world. International students are obviously, across the UK, subjected to immigration laws, but students here appear to be just fine, as the course has been since closed for 2018/2019 applications!

I will do my best to get actual numbers for you but, if you need any questions, please let me know.

Regards,
Cranfield University TSR Rep.
dear thank you actually i am planning to do msc in air transport but confused about career growth as you need tier 2 to work in uk and its tough.. and can you guide me specifically about air transport graduates specially international student

thank u
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Hi, I have got an offer to study MSc air tensport management at the university of westminster too, I am an international applicant
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