Course / programme / degree
1 Aerospace Systems (Bachelor)
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University of Glasgow United Kingdom Glasgow 2013-05-15
Aviation offers many opportunities. We usually think of flying as a pilot in a commercial aircraft, but there is much more to the profession: not just the flying of aircraft but also design, management and operation of national and international aviation systems. Aviation is a high-tech, rapidly changing, competitive business operating on a global level.
With a Bachelor in Aviation at University of Glasgow some of your core modules will typically have included Aviation Communication, Aviation Management and Marketing, Aircraft Performance and Weather and Aviation Human Factors and Safety.
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