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Successful Aviation Induction Workshop held in Dubai

The 13th edition of the Induction Workshop for City’s MSc Aviation Management programmes was held from 23rd-25th November.

by Nahda Abdalla (Senior Communications Officer (Dubai))

City, University of London’s MSc Aviation Management programmes continue to grow from strength to strength.  The Dubai Centre recently welcomed 35 students to the Induction Workshop for the four MSc programmes in Air Safety Management, Aircraft Maintenance Management, Air Transport Management and Airport Management.

The three-day event was led by Captain Tilmann Gabriel, Director of MSc Aviation Management Programmes and Michelle Soliman, Visiting Lecturer.

The cohort consists of full-time aviation professionals from 22 countries, including Africa’s first female Dreamliner captain, Irene Koki Mutungi.

Students were joined by City alumnus, Angus Kennedy (MSc Air Safety Management, 2017) who shared valuable advice about what it takes to succeed on the programme. He said:

Think outside the box and choose modules that are outside your comfort zone. City’s MSc Aviation Management programmes offer a great opportunity to network, so make sure you get to know your peers on the programme.

During the Workshop, the cohort was given a thorough introduction to the fundamentals of academic research and writing, and City’s online tools and resources for students. Upon successful completion of the Workshop, students can choose to take the eight modules as part of their MSc course in Dubai, Frankfurt or City’s campus in London.

With over 1500 graduates and a proven track record of enhancing career opportunities over the last 17 years, City, University of London’s MSc Aviation Management programmes are considered the leading mid-career master courses in the air transport world.

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