If you don't have the right qualifications to start our BSc (Hons) Aircraft Engineering and Maintenance Systems degree, you could start your studies with a foundation year. The extra year will give you the best possible preparation for success on the degree programme.
The aviation sector has seen unprecedented growth in recent years and there is now a significant shortage of personnel qualified to work in the industry. This does not just apply to pilots, but to maintenance and support staff that keep these aircraft flying.
There is a growing market for maintenance, repair and overhaul of commercial aircraft that require expertise in the management, planning and organisation of maintenance scheduling.
The Aircraft Engineering and Maintenance Systems (Including Foundation Year) degree will qualify you to work in these areas while also giving you the option of studying towards an accelerated EASA Part-66 Basic Aircraft Maintenance Licence.
This aviation programme offers excellent career opportunities worldwide. This degree, will enable you to gain worldwide employment with manufacturing companies, commercial airlines, air-taxi operators, flying schools and the armed forces.