This degree is designed for those with an ambition to become commercial airline pilots and who want to achieve an aviation degree in the process. Experience has shown that airlines desire pilots who have a wide knowledge of the industry so that they can appreciate future challenges facing the industry. This degree programme provides the additional knowledge that will set students apart at the interview stage.
Examples of modules:
Year 1 - Introduction to Aerospace Engineering;
Mathematics and Physics for Practitioner Engineers;
HE Study Skills and Professional Development;
Thermofluids and Mechanical Principles;
Year 2 - Flight Operations and Meteorology;
Aircraft Systems and Navigation;
Instrumentation, Law and Operational Procedures;
Professional Development for Commercial Airline Pilots;
Year 3 - Air Transport Economics;
Airline Operations and Scheduling;
Individual Project - Aviation Studies
Application deadline details:
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