The Bachelor of Aviation (Management) degree is for you if you want to work in aviation but not as a pilot. The aviation industry needs a large corporate environment to succeed.
As the industry gets more complex and sophisticated, employers are looking for graduates with broad industry expertise, university degrees, and all-around competencies.
The Bachelor of Aviation (Management) degree addresses these issues in order to produce graduates with crucial skills and knowledge in the management, scientific, engineering, human relations, and environmental domains.
You can use this skill set as a strong foundation to advance to management and important roles in the aviation industry.
Also, graduates of the program will be qualified for employment on domestic and foreign airlines of all sizes. Additional prospective employers include airports, government agencies including the Australian Department of Infrastructure and Regional Development, Air Services Australia, tourism boards, freight forwarders, and airport ground handling companies.
Also, students that widen their search are highly equipped to work for IT firms, consulting firms, and organizations that oversee aviation safety.
Besides that, aviation involves numerous disciplines and abilities and is looking for persons with tertiary degrees and the personal traits needed for a career in the dynamic business. The Bachelor of Aviation (Management) is intended to produce these types of aviation professionals.
What you will study
There is a wide range of topics covered in your course that will sharpen your analytical and problem-solving skills in areas such as airline marketing, air traffic control, safety procedures, and corporate strategy.
You will be exposed to contemporary aviation concerns and frequently collaborate with others to overcome these issues.
The Bachelor of Aviation consists of 24 courses taken over three years of full-time study (Management). This includes five aviation (management) electives, two general education courses, four free electives, and 13 core courses.
To provide a convincing argument on an aviation-related topic, it is necessary to work well with others and apply effective communication techniques.
Demonstrate your ability to make informed decisions from a wide range of options and to use your knowledge of business management and aviation in a number of local and global contexts.
Analyze business and management issues in the aviation sector and make practical recommendations based on your academic understanding.
Determine the cultural, ethical, environmental, and/or sustainability issues facing the aviation sector, analyze them, and propose practical solutions.
Clearly communicate complex concepts in both written and oral presentations to demonstrate your ability to do so.
Demonstrate your analytical thinking and problem-solving skills in aviation management, such as when making operational and financial choices for an airport or airline.
The aviation industry in Australia is one of the most advanced in the world. Some of the leading international airlines call it home, and it serves as a major hub for airlines with bases in Asia, the Americas, and Europe.
Aviation management is a broad and dynamic field. It offers a range of employment opportunities in sectors like:
Flight operations management
Aviation law and regulations
Aviation safety and security
Corporate, fleet, and schedule planning
Air traffic management
For Australian students, an ATAR of 80
26 points for IB;
7 points for international UNSW Foundation Studies with a C+ in English.
Entry requirements for people with various qualifications are available upon request.
English Language Requirements
In order to study at UNSW, you may be required to provide proof of English proficiency, depending on your educational history and citizenship.
UNSW demands a minimum level of English language competency for enrolment since English language skills are crucial for coping with lectures, tutorials, assignments, and exams.
If you're studying for an Australian Year 12 certificate, you don't need to provide any additional evidence of your competence (e.g. NSW HSC or equivalent). Your diploma will be used to prove your English language proficiency.
It will be mentioned in your application if proof of English proficiency is necessary. You can do so by demonstrating that you meet at least one of the following requirements:
English language examinations and universities English courses
Prior English language schooling is also a requirement.
UNSW Global has English language courses and programs to help you meet the English language requirements for the degree you want. You have a choice of options depending on your current English language ability.
Tuition Fees and Scholarships
2022 Indicative First Year Fee - $9,120
Commonwealth Supported Place: Student Contribution Band 2
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