Applied Bachelor (BEng Honours) in Aviation Maintenance Engineering
The Applied Bachelor (BEng Honours) in Aviation Maintenance Engineering is delivered in collaboration with Coventry University, UK. The two years (part – time) programme is designed to provide a higher education to those possessing the equivalent of an EASA or GCAA Certificate of Recognition B1 or B2. The curriculum is designed to extend knowledge in areas of aircraft safety, and quality management that are relevant to maintenance engineers.
Why enrol on this programme?
This programme gives aircraft maintenance engineers, holders of a GCAA / EASA category B licence or equivalent, the opportunity to develop their career by gaining academic recognition in two years part time without leaving work. The programme will allow candidates to consolidate their professional experience with a recognised academic degree. It also gives maintenance engineers the opportunity to work in areas like technical services, support services, maintenance planning and management and product development.
The Applied Bachelor (BEng Honours) in Aviation Maintenance Engineering is a dual award programme conferred by Emirates Aviation University and Coventry University, UK. The EAU award is recognised by the National Qualifications Authority (NQA) in the UAE.
Graduates of this programme will receive two awards:
- BEng honours in Aircraft Maintenance from Coventry University
- Applied Bachelor in Aviation Maintenance Engineering from Emirates Aviation University
EAU has a first-rate working relationship with Emirates Airlines and other UAE local aviation establishments, which offer excellent job opportunities. Our students have successfully found careers in maintenance engineering with various aerospace companies, component manufacturers and service providers.
The programme consists of 9 modules: Ref. Module 1 Aircraft Maintenance Management 2 Engineering Mathematics 2 3 Engineering Science 2 4 Aerospace Technology II 5 Airworthiness 6 Aerospace industry Studies 7 Total Quality management 8 Aircraft safety, Security and Emergency Planning 9 Individual Project
The Applied Bachelor (BEng Honours) in Aviation Maintenance Engineering enables you to progress to study at Master’s level in several disciplines.
Mode of delivery
Modular basis (block mode) with classes normally held every 11 weeks (five days per module, Thursday-Monday).
The assessment is based on coursework (in-class assessments, written assignments) and/or final exam. This will typically involve an average of 40 hours of timetabled activity per module with additional independent learning.
Two years (part - time).
EASA or GCAA Certificate of Recognition B1/B2 or equivalent.
Non-native speakers that have studied the Certificate of Recognition B1 or B2 in a language other than English will require an IELTS 6.5 or equivalent.
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Last updated January 30, 2018