The Dubai Centre: 2019 in review
Shining a light on some of the Centre's top achievements this year.Shining a light on some of the Centre's top achievements this year....
This is studying a subject in an institution with the largest Aviation Management Masters courses in the world.
Aviation Management courses at City are designed to help high-ranking professionals gain a world-class academic postgraduate degree providing them with the essential skills and knowledge required to further their career in today's vibrant airport industry. As Airlines, MRO and other aviation companies are increasingly led by license holders, aircraft engineers and many more, the industry is increasingly expecting their managers to study a relevant master's degree. Designed for busy industry professionals, City's MSc programmes are tailored to fit around a full-time working schedule. The modules benefit from hands-on experience at City's facilities in London and Dubai, with the option to attend some in Frankfurt. Our alumni network of over 1,500 graduates over the last 17 years includes high-ranking individuals including safety managers, training captains, quality managers, flight safety officers, safety inspectors, safety consultants and accident investigators in civil aviation authorities, airlines and with other aircraft operators and defence forces worldwide.
If you have been employed in the aviation industry for at least two years and have the desire to develop your career in the fast-growing airport industry, these programmes are for you.
City offers industry-relevant master's courses in four different areas of aviation management:
All of our aviation management courses are approved by the Royal Aeronautical Society.
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City offered the flexibility of a modular course with industry leading lecturers, who provided up-to-date knowledge within the aviation industry.
'City, University of London has helped me develop a huge amount of confidence operating at executive management levels.'
Research in the Department of Mechanical Engineering & Aeronautics incorporates expert centres that maintain strong links with industry and actively build our international reputation. The 2014 Research Excellence Framework (REF) showed a significant improvement in our research standing, with 79% of our staff rated 4* (world-leading) and 3* (internationally excellent), with research income of around £2-3m annually.
The Research Centre for Aerodynamics and Flow Control undertakes activities in the traditional areas of aeronautics and flow control as well as emerging disciplines such as bio-fluid mechanics, energy harvesting, renewable energy, micro-fluidics and, bio-mimetics.
City, University of London is close to the headquarters of a number of leading aviation companies such as Airbus, British Airways and Rolls Royce. It is also within commuter distance to all the major London airports such Stansted, Gatwick, London City and the international transport hub of Heathrow Airport, the second busiest airport in the world by international passenger traffic. We are situated within The City of London, a historical area of Londinium settled by the Romans in 1AD and contained inside the original city walls. It is widely viewed as the centre of London and boasts our capitals Central Business District, whilst also being easily commutable to all other major industry hubs throughout the wider city.
Modules on our programmes also benefit from hands-on experience at City's facilities in London and Dubai, with the option to attend some in Frankfurt.
The map below describes our location in relation to just a handful of the aviation management-related businesses in London and the surrounding area. Select a marker for more information.