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Fly high with IUBH
The aviation industry is forecasting further increases in passenger numbers for the coming years. As a result, graduates with a degree in Aviation Management will land great positions in interesting aviation professions – especially at the management level.
In our Aviation Management Master’s degree program, you have the opportunity to combine your existing knowledge with sector-specific know-how. You learn about the main drivers of airline profitability – network planning and revenue management –, acquire knowledge of environmental issues such as noise and emissions, deepen your knowledge of airline and airport financing and discuss current issues from different perspectives.
Facts & Figures
|Master of Arts (M.A.)||on Campus||2 semesters|
|Bad Honnef: March/September
|from 6,290 EUR per semester||Bachelor’s degree, TASC exam (only for applicants with a 3-year bachelor),
proof of English language skills
What you will learn from us
The International Aviation Management Master’s degree program prepares you specifically for challenges you face as a leader in the aviation business:
- You learn how to apply strategic and operative management concepts specifically to international airlines and infrastructure providers.
- You deepen your knowledge of the structure and success factors for value-adding business models in aviation.
- You deal intensively with regulations and measures in the aviation industry.
A brief explanation from IUBH Professor Leibold
Aviation Management | A brief explanation from IUBH Professor Leibold from IUBH on Vimeo.
Course of study at a glance
- Strategic Aspects of the Service Industry
- Strategic Product Planning
- Aviation Policy
- Aviation Simulation Game
- Aviation Seminar
- Controlling Airlines and Airports
- Master Thesis and Colloquium
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How does the course of studies work?
For our two-semester Master's program, you need a Bachelor's degree with 240 ECTS. If you already have professional experience or take our TASC placement test, a Bachelor's degree with 210 ECTS may be sufficient.
Where you will be studying
You can pursue our Aviation Management Master’s degree at the two German campuses in Bad Honnef and Berlin.
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