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Aviation Academy

Honours Aviation Management

This programme broadens your perspective on aviation management and helps you better understand airline business models, infrastructure, airspace and societal conditions. The knowledge that is needed to tackle the increasing capacity challenges that aviation is expected to face as it continues to grow in the decades ahead. For more information about the programme please click here.

Programme Outline

  • Credits: 30 ECTS (one semester) or 60 credits (full academic year)
  • Format: lectures, workshops, conference organisation
  • Term: autumn semester (beginning of September-end of January) or full academic year (September-July). You can apply to do an exchange for the winter semester or the full academic year, not for the spring semester only. If you opt for the full year, your research project may satisfy your home institution’s final project/thesis requirements
  • Course completion certificate: you receive a certificate providing proof of your excellence to future employers

Important dates:

Autumn semester:           

  • Mandatory introduction and kick-off     Thu. 30 August 2018
  • Start programme                                       Fri.  31 August 2018
  • End programme                                         Fri. 1 February 2019

Attention: The programme end is possibly scheduled outside of the arranged housing possibilities. If this is the case you will have to arrange your own housing for the remaining days. 

Full academic year:         

  • Mandatory introduction and kick-off     Thu. 30 August 2018
  • Start programme                                       Fri. 31 August 2018
  • End programme                                         Fri. 6 July 2019

Course details:

Autumn semester:

Honours Programme Aviation Management

Study guide code

ECTS

Epistemology: Aviation Systems Critical Critical Literature Review

8900EPIS17

2.5

Epistemology: Presentation of Findings and Fact sheet assignment

8900EPIS17

2.5

Research Methodology: Capacity development

8900RESM17

1.67

Research Methodology: Presentation of findings

8900RESM17

1.67

Research Methodology: Presentation of findings Main port strategy

8900RESM17

3.33

Aviation Management Conference

8900RESM17

3.33

Academic Skill Development: Aviation Business

8900ASKD17

4

Academic Skill Development: Middle Management

8900ASKD17

3

Academic Skill Development: Negotiation

8900ASKD17

3

Academic Skill Development: Personal Development Plan

8900ASKD17

5

Full academic year:

Honours Programme Aviation Management

Study guide code

ECTS

Epistemology: Aviation Systems Critical Critical Literature Review

8900EPIS17

2.5

Epistemology: Presentation of Findings and Fact sheet assignment

8900EPIS17

2.5

Research Methodology: Capacity development

8900RESM17

1.67

Research Methodology: Presentation of findings

8900RESM17

1.67

Research Methodology: Presentation of findings Main port strategy

8900RESM17

3.33

Aviation Management Conference

8900RESM17

3.33

Academic Skill Development: Aviation Business

8900ASKD17

4

Academic Skill Development: Middle Management

8900ASKD17

3

Academic Skill Development: Negotiation

8900ASKD17

3

Academic Skill Development: Personal Development Plan

8900ASKD17

5

Graduation Research

8900AFAM16

30

Since you will be working closely together with other students in the programme, and since all courses are inter-related, please note that you will be required to take all of the above-mentioned courses. It is not possible to opt for a sub-selection of courses.

Notes:

If you are accepted by AUAS Aviation Academy, you will be required to submit your learning agreement. Please note that:

  • your Learning Agreement should have a signature from your home institution; and that
  • you should mention the course names, study guide codes and amount of ECTS on the Learning Agreement, according to the table provided above under ‘course details’.
Published by  Faculty of Technology 2 November 2017