Programme Characteristics Aviation Management
Take-off with the Aviation Management bachelor programme
Order of study - Overview
The three core elements of the curriculum are:
- Business: Courses in business studies form the basis of the programme. They include besides others mathematics, statistics, integrated service management and accounting & finance.
- Industry-specific courses: Here students get to know the aviation industry from scratch and gain in depth knowledge of specific management subjects such as airport management, aviation policy, airline management, yield-management, business models of airlines, slot management, network management and financing airlines and airports.
- Skills courses: Computer training and business communication provide vital training in essential and sought-after skills.
Programme lectures and seminars are kept to an average of 30 students. An interactive dialogue between professors and students is encouraged through discussion and exercises.
Practical and international experience while you study
A 5-6 month internship in Germany or abroad brings your classroom knowledge into practical experience. You will start building your industry network and make a first impression on potential employers.
The Extra Curriculum takes place during the first semester and is another chance for first-hand insight. The programme consists of:
- Workshops and conferences, on and off campus, on different subjects
- Guest lectures from experts in the aviation industry
- Field trips to industry-specific companies like airlines or airports
This is an industry orientation tool for first semester students and provides a first look into the world of aviation. By the end of their first semester aviation students have a good idea of how the industry is structured and what types of companies and work opportunities await them.
Facts & Figures
International Aviation Management
Degree: Bachelor of Arts (B.A.)
Duration: 7 semesters
Internship: 1 semester
Study abroad: 1 semester
Campus: Bad Honnef
Intakes: Spring & Autumn
About Aviation Management
Tution fees Special Programme