Bachelor in International Aviation Management em Bad Honnef - Alemanha

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Bachelor in International Aviation Management
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Licenciatura
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<div>Next start of studies: Bad Honnef: March / September<br /><br /> <div>Tuition: from 5,500 EUR per semester</div> </div>
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IUBH University of Applied Sciences
Licenciatura - Bachelor in International Aviation Management - Bad Honnef - Alemanha
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Bachelor in International Aviation Management.

Your career? International!
  • Accreditation: FIBAA accredited
  • Credits: 210 ECTS
  • Course language: 100% English
  • Degree: Bachelor of Arts (B.A.)
  • Campus: Bad Honnef & Partner university abroad
  • Duration: 7 semesters
  • Internship: 1 semester at home or abroad
  • Study abroad: 1 semester at one of our partner universities
  • Admission: High school diploma, technical school certificate or comparable degree; successfully completed Assessment Day; Proof of English skills
  • Study & Fly: Become a commercial pilot

Overview:

Lift up yourself, where you belong

Whether as an airport consultant for global commissioning projects or as a strategic account manager for a logistics company – nothing works in the aviation industry without expertise and an excellent command of English. As a graduate of our Aviation Management degree programme, you work for traditional airlines such as Lufthansa and Air France-KLM, for low-budget airlines such as Eurowings, as well as for handling companies, aircraft manufacturers and maintenance companies. We provide you with optimum preparation for your international career in seven semesters: The 7th semester is spent at an international partner university of the IUBH abroad. During your studies, both in Germany and abroad, you can significantly improve your language skills and earn additional ECTS credits. Our professors and lecturers attach great importance to the close integration of theory and practice. Most of them have themselves gained many years of specialist and management experience on an international level – and would like to share it. They do this for example through case studies, projects and field trips to renowned companies.

Programme Structure.

What you will learn from us

As part of your Bachelor degree in International Aviation Management, you will learn about the specifics of the aviation industry with its global networks, management challenges and mechanisms.

  • You develop comprehensive knowledge of law, marketing and financing in aviation.
  • You acquire basic business know-how, for example in the areas of micro and macroeconomics, statistics and accounting.
  • After choosing a specialisation, for example in airline marketing or in sales and e-commerce, you will receive further qualifications for your desired area.

Course of study at a glance
1. Semester
Course contents
  • Statistics
  • Computer Analysis
  • Principles of Service Operations & Organization
  • Principles of Marketing
  • Principles of Human Resource Management
  • Financial Accounting
  • Airline Business Models
  • Introduction into Aviation Management
  • Aviation Economics & Policy
2. Semester
Course contents
  • Mathematics
  • Management and Cost Accounting
  • International Aviation Policy & Institutions
  • Principles of Research and Academic Writing
  • Airport Management
  • Ground Services
  • Aviation Intelligence
  • Aviation Project I
  • Air Cargo Managment
3. Semester
Course contents
  • Logistics for Integrators
  • Aviation Project II
  • Business Communication
  • Financial Management
  • Microeconomics
  • Macroeconomics
  • Airline Management
  • Air Navigation Services
4. Semester
Internship

During your internship, you can use your academic knowledge outside of your studies. You will also get to know the industry better – which provides the perfect foundation for choosing your career. The internship is firmly integrated into your studies so of course you do not lose any time.
5. Semester
Course contents
  • German Law
  • International Law
  • Advanced Research and Academic Writing
  • Yield Management
  • Network Management
  • Capacity and Slot Management
  • Aviation and the Environment
Aviation: Choose 3 electives
  • Current Issues in Aviation
  • Safety Management and Human Factors in the Aviation Business
  • Airline Sales and e-Commerce
  • Airport Marketing
  • Airline Marketing
6. Semester
Course contents
  • Aviation Law
  • Airline Management Simulation Game
  • Controlling Airlines & Airports
  • Aviation Project III
  • Bachelor Thesis & Colloquium
Aviation Accounting & Finance: Choose 1 elective
  • Financial Management Airlines
  • Financial Management Airports
 
7. Semester
Study abroad
You spend your 7th semester abroad at one of our partner universities.

Specialise.

Within the modules Aviation and Aviation Accounting & Finance you can opt for several electives.

Electives within the module Aviation 
  • Current Issues in Aviation
  • Safety Management and Human Factors in the Aviation Business
  • Airline Sales and e-Commerce
  • Airport Marketing
  • Airline Marketing
Electives within the module Aviation Accounting & Finance (Choose 1)
  • Financial Management Airlines
  • Financial Management Airports
Internship.

During your internship, you can use your academic knowledge outside of your studies. You will also get to know the industry better – which provides the perfect foundation for choosing your career. The internship is firmly integrated into your studies so of course you do not lose any time.

  • You can take your internship in Germany or abroad.
  • The internship usually lasts five to six months.
  • Make your first contacts in the industry.
  • Enrich your CV with an important position.
  • Use the opportunity to be hired by the company after graduation.
Study Abroad.

You spend your 7th semester abroad at one of our partner universities. We support you in the search for a suitable partner university and in preparations for your stay abroad.
The staff of the International Office can inform you about the admission requirements of the partner universities and provide valuable orientation for a successful semester abroad.

  • During your studies, both in Germany and abroad, you can significantly improve your language skills and earn additional ECTS credits.
  • Gain intercultural experience, broaden your horizons and get to know new cultures and people.

Admission.

Studying at the IUBH supports and challenges you. Here is what you need to bring with you to become part of our university.

  • School education
    • High School Diploma, or IB Diploma, or university entrance qualification or equivalent qualification* and transcript of records.
      *Equivalent qualifications from foreign schools and IB diplomas are recognised accordingly..
    • If you have not graduated yet, you may apply with your existing transcript of records (incl. grades and credits, if applicable) for a conditional acceptance.
    • Your final High School Diploma and Transcript of Records needs to be submitted in original or certified copy upon starting your studies.
  • English language skills
    Since all of our study programmes are offered in English, a certification of your language skills is required (TOEFL, IELTS or Cambridge).
    • Academic IELTS 6.0
    • TOEFL IBT 80 points
    • PTE 56 points
    • Cambridge Advanced or Proficiency
    • TOEFL/IELTS Waiver Application

IUBH Entrance examination

Depending on your grades and country of origin, an entrance examination may be required.
The entrance exam may be conducted remotely and consists of a written and an oral exam. The written part of the exam is computer-based and takes approximately 2.5 hours. It is composed of the following sections (1-3):

  • General Knowledge: Multiple choice questions (30 minutes)
  • Mathematics and Logic: Mental arithmetic, conversion exercise, math word problems, logic (60 minutes)
  • English Grammar and Comprehension: English reading, “fill-in-the-blank“, grammar questions (60 minutes)
  • English Oral Exam: Interview (15 minutes)

IUBH Pathway

Depending on your secondary school leaving certificate, grades and country of origin, you may need to undertake the IUBH Pathway Programme, with guaranteed progression into Bachelor when passed successfully.

Career:

What are my prospects?

As a graduate in International Aviation Management you are in demand internationally. After graduation, for example, you can work as a ...

Yield Manager
You may have noticed that fares vary from day to day and from time to time. The reason: In order to work cost-effectively, airlines want to occupy all seats in the aircraft at the beginning of the ticket sales phase. So there are often early bird discounts long before the departure date. If the costs are covered and there are still seats left, the company can sell the remaining seats for more money – and make even more profit. If the flight is not fully booked until shortly before departure, ticket prices will fall again to exhaust existing capacity. The yield manager is responsible for making sure that this process runs optimally and the airline generates as much revenue as possible.
Network Manager
As a network manager you create and optimise the flight plan for an airline. You make sure that the offered route network of your airline is as profitable as possible. You have to keep an eye on developments, plan well in advance and identify new market potential. Then you analyse under which conditions new airline markets could be useful. You examine which routes are profitable and which are uneconomical for your airline in order to expand or remove routes from the programme. One of your tasks is also submitting applications for time windows for take-offs and landings at the airports.

The IUBH is constantly on the look out for new partners and fruitful cooperations.

We are very grateful for the commitment of our partners who support us in a variety of ways through grants, sponsorship, guest speakers, events, direct recruitment and more. Over time, a special relationship develops between the IUBH and the cooperation partner. The exchange between the two deepens and all sides profit from the individual cooperation contract. The goal of these partnerships is to support interested students and graduates and to give them the best possible chances and insights.
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