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. When you enrol in our UK CAA Integrated ATPL programme you can now combine your studies with a BSc (Hons) in Aviation Management with Commercial Pilot Training, 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, which will enable you to graduate better prepared for airline operations, 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.
Level 4 – Gain the basic understanding of the structure, nature and operating characteristics of the airline and airport industry. Examine the key developments and component sectors that help shape the aviation industry along with the roles and responsibilities of the major organisations associated with airlines and airport operations and management.
At the end of the module you will take part in a group presentation and produce a written report.
Level 4 – An introduction to the aviation industry using the key pillars of Safety, Security and Ground Operations. Examine key developments and processes that have helped shape current operational best practice and learn important topics such as Root Cause Analysis (RCA) and Threat Error Management (TEM).
Level 5 – Develop your intellectual skills by considering a wide range of contemporary issues and their implications for the industry, working towards creating viable solutions and changes within a framework of business ethics and management of change theories. You will understand the awareness of issues facing aviation managers of today and in the future, which can be wide ranging and vary depending on current and topical changes.
At the end of the module you will take part in a group presentation and produce a written assignment.
Level 5 – Broaden your knowledge and understanding of the principles and practices in conducting research including the application of appropriate research designs, research statistics and the use of the computer for data analyses. You will use a range of different research methods to successfully undertake a dissertation or any research project.
At the end of the module you will do an individual presentation and produce a written report.
Level 6 – An opportunity to critically analyse and reflect on events that have defined key moments in the evolution of the aviation industry. Build on the foundations of the Root Cause Analysis and Threat Error Management modules. Concepts of Crew Resource Management and Resilience are introduced here to give you an effective ‘toolbox’ of operational best practice.
Level 6 – This module will assist you in understanding the planning and resource management needed to produce a coherent dissertation that showcases your detailed knowledge of a topic relevant to the course you are studying. You will cover approaches to research, developing a proposal, selecting a topic and developing core research questions, as well as reviewing literature and writing a literature review. The module includes data collection methods, sampling and accuracy of the research method and evaluating and reporting findings.
At the end of the module, you will write a dissertation.
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