How do we develop the next generation of aviation leaders?
Captain Tilmann Gabriel, Director of City's MSc Aviation Management Programmes is interviewed by The National in Abu Dhabi.
In a recent podcast interview with The National, Captain Tilmann Gabriel, Director of City, University of London's MSc Aviation Management Programmes discussed the future outlook of the fast-growing aviation sector, the role of City in developing airport managers and the need for greater participation of women in aviation.
Captain Gabriel was interviewed following the launch of City’s Master of Science (MSc) in Airport Management programme, which is now being offered through the Dubai Centre – the only offshore physical presence of City outside London.
About the MSc Airport Management programme
This degree is aimed at junior managers looking to boost their career prospects in the airport industry. Tailored to fit around a full-time working schedule, this part-time course is ideally suited for those working in the operation, maintenance, support and regulatory sectors of the airport industry, and wish to move into a managerial role, to make a significant contribution to their organisation. The programme is delivered by industry experts and academics from City’s School of Mathematics, Computer Science and Engineering, and supported by the Airports Council International (ACI) World.
Click here for more information about the programme.
Visit this link to listen to the podcast interview.