Air Transport Management study in the UK

Air Transport Management in the UK

Career options, entry requirements and rankings for Air Transport Management.

UK Air Transport Management Courses

Introduction to Air Transport Management

A degree in Air Transport Management will open up a number of possible career paths in an exciting and diverse industry. The field of potential work is huge, whether you are interested in working with an airline, an airport, operations management, design, freight organisation or project management, an Air Transport Management degree will give you an insight into many unique areas, with modules in years two and three tailored towards your interests.

The degree will develop a unique skillset, enabling you to learn and master an ever changing industry in the 21st century. Business and finance topics can also be studied, while project management and operations will also prove a vital component of learning how the aviation industry works.

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Modules may include the history of commercial aviation; airline and airport management; airline and airport business management; airline and airport marketing, aviation finance; threats, safety and security in aviation; air freight and cargo; aviation policy and planning; and aviation and the environment.

Careers in Air Transport Management

Air Transport Management graduates work in the management and supervisory areas of airline and airport businesses and other transport-related areas. In particular they become aircraft insurance aviation coordinators, airport planners, pilots, flight attendants and operations assistants, contract leasing.

What are the entry requirements for Air Transport Management?

For international students wishing to study Air Transport Management at postgraduate level, an IELTS score of no less than 6.0 across all four categories - reading, writing, speaking and listening – with an overall 6.5 score generally required at most universities. If you need to improve your IELTS score, why not join us in London and sign up to one of our courses? A range of study options are available to suit your needs.

Where can I study Air Transport Management?

To learn more about the best Air Transport Management universities in the UK, find details on the top ten ranking Air Transport Management universities below:

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