Why choose this programme?
There are many reasons to choose the Commercial Air Transport Pilot programme at the Estonian Aviation Academy.
Here are our top 5 reasons!
Our teaching includes the best aviation experts in Estonia and dedicated one-on-one and group support from the academic staff throughout your studies.
You will graduate from this higher education programme with a BSc degree, which goes hand in hand with the pilot training.
The Estonian Aviation Academy is an authorized training partner of the International Air Transport Association (IATA). Therefore, this curriculum already includes certified IATA courses to further develop your in-depth aviation knowledge.
Since the Estonian Aviation Academy campus is situated next to the Tartu Airport, your pilot studies are carried out in a real life aviation environment.
The blended approach of learning both online and in person allows for greater flexibility for you as an individual. This means that some of the courses are online and others are taught in the classroom.
Why the Estonian Aviation Academy and Tartu?
The Estonian Aviation Academy (EAVA) has the best ratio of students to lecturers in Estonia (5.4 students per lecturer), which ensures a personal approach and high-quality teaching in a friendly learning environment.
Extra-curricular activities can play a big part in enhancing your learning and employability, as well as increasing the enjoyment you get from university life. The Estonian Aviation Academy has modern study facilities where you can find well equipped classrooms as well as a cosy entertainment area, library, café and gym – everything you could wish for to help you concentrate on your most important task – learning.
Teaching in EAVA involves a number of recognised experts in the field of aviation, as well as extensive cooperation with other aviation organisations and universities. During your studies, we will support you in your career planning and help you find a place for your internship.
Tartu is known as the City of Good Thoughts, the Capital of Culture in Estonia and a lively student city. Twice a year, in spring and autumn, students organise over 150 events during the Student Days, including a boat rally, song festival, Walpurgis Night, student band competitions and a student film festival. Because of the compact design of the city centre and the bike sharing system, Tartu has the quaint feel of an easily accessible town.
We will make sure that you get a truly unique learning experience while studying at the Estonian Aviation Academy!