BSc (Hons) Aviation Management with Commercial Pilot Training
Enrich your Integrated ATPL studies with an undergraduate degree from the University of West London
At Skyborne we are passionate about improving your career prospects. Cadets enrolled in our EASA Integrated ATPL programme can now choose to combine their studies with a BSc in Aviation Management with Commercial Pilot Training (subject to accreditation), in partnership with University of West London.
Studying for a university degree alongside your flight training will provide you with a distinct advantage over your peers; enabling you to graduate airline-ready, equipped with the necessary management and business skills to support your future.
The Skyborne degree programme has been created with you in mind, drawing upon the skills and knowledge of lecturers from the University of West London, as well as our highly-experienced teaching staff, to ensure you graduate ready to keep up with the demands of the aviation industry.
You will complete your BSc (Hons) Aviation Management with Commercial Pilot Training at our Gloucestershire Airport HQ in the UK, making use of our premium equipment and education-focused training facilities.
To achieve your degree, you will undertake additional study during your Integrated ATPL course at the end of each training phase. The six modules will be completed in addition to your ground school and core flight training.
Included in the course
- 7 hours of Introduction to Airline and Airport Management
- 7 hours of The Aviation Experience
- 7 hours of Contemporary Issues in Aviation Management
- 7 hours of Research Methods
- 7 hours of Threat and Error Management
- Cadets will also be required to submit a written dissertation at the end of their pilot training
To be eligible for the Skyborne degree programme you must meet UCAS entry requirements of 112 UCAS points. This equates to two B grades and one C grade at A Level, grades Distinction, Merit, Merit for a BTEC Extended Diploma or access to a HE Diploma (D21 + M21 + P3, or D15 + M30).
You must also be at least 18 years old on the first day of the Skyborne EASA Integrated ATPL course and hold a valid passport that allows for the unrestricted right to live and work in the UK and the EU.Apply