Bachelor in General AviationUniversity of Information Technology and Management in Rzeszow
Bachelor in General Aviation
Thanks to this study you will join the elite group of students, since we are the only university in Poland, central and Eastern Europe which opens such a course.
General Aviation is a market segment related to air operations, such as small aircraft business flights (aircraft which take on board up to 20 passengers mostly from large corporations, clubs, as well as film stars, etc.) but also glider flights, planes carrying sky-divers and pilot training flights.
We have been carrying out research on the development of aviation market in Poland and around the world for many years, with major emphasis placed on the labour market in the sector.
Applying for a Bachelor ’s degree program a candidate should be under 26 years old; English Certificate (which confirms knowledge of foreign language at least at B2 or higher level in accordance with the Common European Framework).
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From the beginning, the University of Information Technology and Management's philosophy has been to provide quality educational programs geared to serve those seeking a solid foundation in knowledge and skills to be competitive in the job market and to obtain...
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