University College Birmingham Aviation and Airport Management
This course is offered as both a BA (Hons) and FdA. Students studying the FdA will have the option of progressing onto the final year of the BA (Hons) at the end of year 2.
Airlines expect to welcome 3.6 billion passengers in 2016 – up from 2.8 billion passengers in 2011. The projected 29% increase will see almost 500 million new passengers travelling on domestic routes and 331 million new passengers on international services.
Global connectivity is a key factor in the economic competitiveness of a country, with both business and leisure tourism offering a range of economic opportunities. Global cities, “mega-regions” and emerging destinations are experiencing phenomenal growth in aviation development.
This Aviation and Airport Management course has been developed in response to these trends, specifically in partnership with Swissport, the aviation ground operations specialist, and Airport Placements Ltd, meeting the demand for appropriately-trained personnel.
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Why should I choose this course?
- You will be introduced to the global aviation environment, the value and scale of the aviation industry and its contribution to national economies.
- In association with our industry links, you will work on real aviation projects, with an emphasis on problem-solving, decision-making and project management.
- Visits to airports will be embedded into your study, giving you first-hand experience of how major airports in Europe function and the ability to put academic theory into practice.
- The University will help you look for summer work experience within the industry during the summer months to boost your experience.
- You will choose an area of the aviation industry that interests you for your research project, which will increase your independent learning skills and future employment options.
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Aviation and Airport Management BA (Hons)
Tariff: A minimum of 96 UCAS Tariff points from at least two A Levels or equivalent BTEC qualifications. Find out more about the changes to the UCAS Tariff.
Aviation and Airport Management FdA
Tariff: A minimum of 56 UCAS Tariff points from at least one A Level or equivalent BTEC qualifications. Find out more about the changes to the UCAS Tariff.
Non-tariff: Non UCAS Tariff based Level 3 qualifications are also considered for entry
Find out more information on Tariff entry requirements for September 2017/18 entry.
For entry requirements for EU and international students, please visit the Country Specific Information page.
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