|Nominal duration||6 sem. (180 ECTS)|
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It will be booked as the first installment for the next semester tuition fee.
High school / secondary education (or higher)
Applicants for Bachelor degree studies are required to have completed Higher Secondary School comprising at least 12 years of studies providing access to Bachelor’s level study programmes.
The entry qualification documents are accepted in the following languages: English / Polish.
Often you can get a suitable transcript from your school. If this is not the case, you will need official translations along with verified copies of the original.
You must take the original entry qualification documents along with you when you finally go to the university.
University accepts the following international language certificates:: IELTS (at least score 6.0, TOEFL (at least score IBT 87 , PBT 510 ), TOEIC (at least score 700) , FCE (at least level B2) ,CPE (satisfactory pass) CAE (satisfactory pass) .
Additional information about language requirements can be found HERE
General aviation operations are these flights which are not planned in the regular flight schedule. What is more, they do not include holiday charter flights which appear on flight schedules. 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.
Why Study General Aviation?
- Unique course – the only one in Poland and one of a few in Europe
Continuous and rapid development of general aviation in Poland and in the world – potential job vacancies
- Classes taught by experts and practitioners from abroad
- Practical approach –students learn through case studies and work in international teams on joint projects
- Possibility to undergo job placement in companies related to general aviation in Poland and Europe
- Possibility of a year-long study in the UK under the Double Degree programme; bachelor’s degree upon successful completion
- Studies conducted entirely in English
- Education in Economics makes your chances of getting a job in various sectors of the air transport market bigger
- Flexible study mode
- Extracurricular trips
Study Programme Students of General Aviation are taught the same subjects as Aviation Management students, but also additional subjects scheduled for each semester in the realm of General Aviation.
- Aircraft Financing
- MRO in General Aviation
- Terminal Development for General Aviation
- International and National Regulations in General Aviation
- General Aviation Operations
- General Aviation Business
- Airline Network Management
- Airline Sales and Yield Management
- Aviation Marketing
- Air Navigation and Aircraft Operation
You will be prepared to start a career in international air transport, namely in one of its largest sectors – General Aviation. Your education in Economics will allow you to work in HR, as well as in companies conducting financial and economic analyses. You will be prepared to run your own business, too.
“The General Aviation study programme is an excellent choice for aviation enthusiasts. Earnings on the Polish market currently range between 3,000 – 3,500 PLN, but here the market is still in its infancy. If you consider the West and specialists, the earnings range from $4,000 for those entering the market to as much as $7,000 for professionals with experience. Additional education in the field of Economics will make one’s chances of getting a job in companies dealing with audits, HR as well as economic and financial analyses bigger. One of the biggest advantages of the specialisation is the university’s experience in running the Aviation Management programme in the English language. The UITM has been running the study programme for more than 7 years and its graduates find jobs in the aviation sector worldwide.”
practitioner with international experience in the airline industry, i.a. in AECOM National Security Programs for NATO troops in Afghanistan, Ukrainian Helicopters company and AEROSVIT – Ukrainian airline; holder of IATA certificates.
31th July is related to candidates from Poland, Ukraine, Belarus, Russia, Kazakhstan, Tajikistan, Azerbaijan, Kyrgyzstan, Uzbekistan, Turkmenistan, Armenia, Georgia.