Master's in Aviation in Europe
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Master-level studies involve specialized study in a field of research or an area of professional practice. Earning a master’s degree demonstrates a higher level of mastery of the subject. Earning a master’s degree can take anywhere from a year to three or four years. Before you can graduate, you usually must write and defend a thesis, a long paper that is the culmination of your specialized research.
Businesses in airline manufacturing and flight control, among others, may hire students who have studied aviation. This field deals with the practical aspects of air travel, such as design, use and environmental impact. It also includes study in engineering and physics.
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Aviation today is one of the most dynamic fast-growing industries in the world. The market signals give cause for optimism: the aerospace industry, which is strategically and technologically
The master program Aeronautical Management provides an interdisciplinary insight into the aviation systems, i. e. airlines, maintenance facilities, and legislation authorities. Applicants have to be graduates of bachelor study programs in aviation systems.
Enac, the first European Aviation School, innovates by creating this new UASSM master to allow its students to acquire all skills to future professionals in this promising business sector. ENAC benefits of its long history in education and research.
The ENAC Advanced Master Safety Management System in Aviation is designed for current or future SMS managers in charge of the development, deployment, or improvement of SMS in organisations that must comply with ICAO safety requirements.
Reduction in the weight of aircraft, reduction in polluting emissions, increase in aircraft capacity, development and integration of electrical commands: innovation is constant in the aeronautical sector, to reconcile economic and technical performance, in complete security. Being an engineer in aeronautics means working on the design and operation of aircraft (aeroplanes, helicopters, balloons), and embedded systems.
The modern air transport industry needs engineers who have more than the traditional technical skills. The airlines need to ensure global security at an affordable cost. Their Engineers need a global view of the legal and economic environment as well as an in-depth understanding of operation and maintenance processes in order to cope with growing international competition and a complex regulatory framework.
The 2nd cycle of studies in Management and Aeronautical Maintenance Technologies of Atlântica is a course that aims to respond to the needs of the current job market and aims to train professionals with advanced skills and knowledge in aeronautics, or related areas, essential to the exercise of Engineering activities in a growing industry in Portugal.