Following your initial foundation year, you will progress onto the modules studied as part of the BSc (Hons) Aircraft Maintenance Engineering Honours degree. You will study the following modules:
The Foundation year focuses on the study of aerospace mechanics and aircraft anatomy in order to provide a good numerical background that will support you throughout the remainder of the degree.
You will be taught through a combination of lectures, practical activities and directed study in our impressive facilities at Dubai South Business Park. Following the initial foundation year, you will be required to attend approximately 27 hours per week during term time. The second year primarily covers theoretical aspects of aircraft engineering with some practical activities in avionics. The third and fourth year of study is more mixed with practical activities such as working on the aircraft, carrying out mechanical repairs in the workshop and. using composite materials.
Assessments include written assignments, coursework, ongoing class tests and exams. You will also undertake EASA Part-66 examinations the can count towards a professional qualification.
Our aircraft maintenance engineering courses are recognised by aviation law, as detailed by the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) and the UAE General Civil Aviation Authority (GCAA), and gives you access to real aircraft experience.
We have integrated the industry-standard aircraft maintenance qualification 'EASA Part 66' into our degrees. On completion of the required EASA training, you'll be able to apply for a full EASA Part 66 and GCAA Aircraft Maintenance engineering licence in just two years, which usually requires five years' professional experience*.
*EASA Part 66 Licence: Complete all three years of the degree, attain 90% attendance of the EASA elements, pass EASA modules at 75%, complete 360 hours of approved practical training (additional costs may apply and are at the discretion of your Part 145 host organisation) and you'll be able to apply for an EASA Part 66 Licence after two years' experience. Otherwise, you will need five years' experience.
There may be an additional cost for the practical training depending on the maintenance organisation. Once the criteria above have been successfully met, you will be eligible for a three-year reduction in your professional experience requirement for an EASA Part-66 Licence.
If you do not meet all of the above criteria for the accelerated route, you will transfer to the non-accelerated route and will need five years’ professional experience in order to apply for an EASA Part-66 Licence.
The entry criteria below shows the qualification range within which the University will make offers. Most offers we make are at the top of the range, but we take all aspects of an application into consideration and applicants receive a personalised offer. Combinations of qualifications are acceptable and other qualifications not listed here may also be acceptable.
We welcome international applications with equivalent qualifications. Other entry requirements can be found on the international students website.
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The University of South Wales Dubai is located at the heart of an emerging global hub for the aviation industry, so you will be ideally placed for employment opportunities within Dubai South. You could gain employment across the world with manufacturing companies, commercial airlines, air-taxi operators, flying schools, the armed forces and commercial long-haul flights. There is a growing market for maintenance, repair and overhaul of military and commercial aircraft, or you may choose sub-contract work.