City, University of London offers a Master of Science degree in four areas of Aviation Management: MSc Air Transport Management, MSc Air Safety Management; MSc Aircraft Maintenance Management and MSc Airport Management. Designed for working professionals, the programmes are approved by the Royal Aeronautical Society and are ideal for those with changing work schedules. With a 17-year track record of producing high-calibre graduates, City, University of London has become the academic institution of choice for those seeking to progress to management positions.
What makes your products / services stand out?
These Post Graduate programmes are innovative and also have a worldwide reach. The novel entry into the programmes is a workshop that unites students from all aviation fields and global regions. Once the admission requirements into the programmes are met, these students are admitted into their choice of MSc programme and can attend modules at different international locations. This allows the 83 nationalities registered on our programmes to embrace education independently of visa issues. The academic support is consistent, varied, and delivered through online forums, live lectures and simulations, and disruptive innovators from the airline industry as Lecturers. The programmes finish with a dissertation and a viva presentation which often reaches distinction quality.
What brings you to the EXPO this year?
The aviation industry needs continuous, often disruptive innovation. However, it faces the constraint of having few research facilities around the world. Our University offers the option of aligning aviation license holders with PG educated experts, and thus contributes towards the research requirements in the field. Our department strives to become a ‘Think Tank’ for aviation, while providing a transformation platform that will enrich the aviation field, and will lead to further novel developments for the industry and the profession.
Why should visitors come to your stand and what can they expect to see?
Transforming Global Aviation Management through a Novel and Flexible Education.
Which technology or trend do you think will have the biggest impact on the air transport industry in 2019?
Thinking and perform in a fast-paced aviation environment.