University of New South Wales
On graduation, students who complete the three-year flight training option will hold the Bachelor of Aviation. You will attain a minimum of Commercial Pilots Licence with a Multi Engine Command Instrument Rating and an Air Transport Pilots Licence (frozen) on completion of the degree with advanced options available including Instructor Rating, Multi Crew course or a research project. As an international student, you are advised to confirm registration requirements with the relevant aviation authorities in your home country. A Class One aviation medical certificate is required to be a commercial pilot. You should check with your local aviation medical examiner to determine whether you are eligible for an Australian Class One medical certificate.
Whilst many trainee pilots aim at airline employment, you may also find careers in business aviation, training, charter flying and aerial survey work. * Flight training costs, which are in addition to tuition fees, are estimated in the range of A$122,000 – $144,000 for the duration of this program, depending on the advanced options chosen. Students who require more than 200 hours to achieve the required flying standards to Multi-Engine Instrument Rating may incur additional fees.
|CRICOS Code||For the course code, kindly refer to the university website.|
|Institution Name||University of New South Wales|
|Course Duration||3 years|
|Course University||University of New South Wales|
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