The Commercial Aviation Pilot and Air Operations Bachelor Degree trains the student to become a professional pilot, and to help him meet the strict demands of the aviation labor market, by obtaining the EASA European Civil Aviation Pilot license with all the necessary categories up to "ATPL Frozen" level. Visit CESDA at CESDA.COM
Obtaining our Bachelor degree allows our graduates to work for any airline, and also provides access to the public aviation sector, as well as some professions related to the air transport sector that require a public examination process or a license for which an official university degree is essential.
At CESDA you will obtain the internationally recognized EASA license and a university degree for a whole career.
CESDA has a modern fleet of aircraft suitable for the different phases of flight, to provide appropriate instruction for its in-flight training subjects. The training is complemented with FNPT II and MCC flight simulators.
- On the Flight training I course, students make single-engine aircraft flights (SE) under visual flight rules (VFR).
- On the Flight training II course, they move on to real and simulated single-engine and multi-engine (ME) flights under instrument flight rules (IFR).
- On the Flight training III course, students make real and simulated commercial operations multi-engine flights.
When they have completed their studies, students will have flown a total of 285 flight hours, of which 171 are real flights, 54 hours are in a basic simulator and 60 hours are in a Multi Crew Coordination simulator (MCC) in A320 simulator.
Preregistration and registration for the Pilot Degree Course
After pre-registration, and after the university place assignments have been published, a tutor will be assigned to each student admitted to CESDA who will guide them during the registration process and during their subsequent time at the Centre.
This tutor will clarify any doubts and questions, arrange a visit to the center, arrange registration and in short, deal with any other academic issue that may arise.
The Secretary's Office at the center can make all the arrangements for you.
- Courses start in mid-September
Means of access to the Commercial Aviation Pilot and Air Operations Degree
CESDA recommends completing the higher secondary education certificate in Sciences and Technology to take full advantage of your studies. However, this recommended profile does not restrict access for students with other types of higher secondary education certificate and/or from other means of access, as we take measures to ensure that students from other means of access have the appropriate level of scientific knowledge.
The means of access to the Official Commercial Aviation Pilot and Air Operations Degree are as follows:
- Students who have passed the university access examination (PAU) and equivalents
- Students holding the Vocational Training Higher Technician certificate and similar
- Students with foreign qualifications
- University graduates and similar
- Students who have passed the entrance examination for people over 25 years old
- Students from abroad with the International Baccalaureate
The Secretary's Office at the center has all the necessary information.
Students must also pass the Personal Aptitude Tests, which assess their level of English language proficiency. Students who can provide accreditation of a level equivalent to B1 (Cambridge level PET) are exempt from taking the test.
Students also must pass the initial Class 1 medical examination for pilots at a specialized center recognized by EASA.
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Last updated July 19, 2018