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Bs. (Bachelor of Science) Aviation Management For Pilots

Postby Abbas Ali » Thu May 08, 2008 1:23 pm

Ad appearing in today's (May 8) newspaper:

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Postby AirBlue » Thu May 08, 2008 6:38 pm

What a bad way for advertising -" for Pilots "- like no one else can do it or should not do it lol - i think they only want those who have a license for flying to learn this Bachelors of Sciences - which is really bad - this course can shape the aviation industry of pakistan in a much decent manner if understood correctly
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Postby ahmad » Thu May 08, 2008 6:53 pm

why do they need more pilots don't they have enough already. unless they are planning on purchasing more jets.

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Postby Abbas Ali » Thu May 08, 2008 7:07 pm

AirBlue wrote:What a bad way for advertising -" for Pilots "- like no one else can do it or should not do it lol - i think they only want those who have a license for flying to learn this Bachelors of Sciences - which is really bad - this course can shape the aviation industry of pakistan in a much decent manner if understood correctly

Apparently this particular ad is for those Pakistani pilots who couldn’t find job as pilot in airlines. The aviation management course would give them opportunity to get management level jobs in local and international aviation industry.

Young Pakistani students who have cleared their intermediate/FSc (Fellow of Science) or equivalent can also apply at this institute for four years BS Aviation Management degree course. I also have seen their BS Aviation Management ad in newspaper for students who have cleared intermediate/FSc exams.

Complete details of Superior College's BS Aviation Management course are on following link:

Link: Superior College - BS Aviation Management

Another Pakistani institute offering aviation-related degree courses is Islamabad-based Air University and here's link to their website.

Link: www.au.edu.pk

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Postby zEro.a1r » Sun May 11, 2008 3:20 pm

Abbas Ali wrote:Apparently this particular ad is for those Pakistani pilots who couldn’t find job as pilot in airlines. The aviation management course would give them opportunity to get management level jobs in local and international aviation industry.

Young Pakistani students who have cleared their intermediate/FSc (Fellow of Science) or equivalent can also apply at this institute for four years BS Aviation Management degree course. I also have seen their BS Aviation Management ad in newspaper for students who have cleared intermediate/FSc exams.

Complete details of Superior College's BS Aviation Management course are on following link:

Link: Superior College - BS Aviation Management

Another Pakistani institute offering aviation-related degree courses is Islamabad-based Air University and here's link to their website.

Link: www.au.edu.pk

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Great stuff. But I don't hold a CPL (yet) :/

I think it's a better option to go get a Bachelor's degree than go straight and learn flying. Speaking for Pakistanis only.

It's nice to see there are Aviation directed programs now. I posted a question about 2 years ago related to this.
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Postby AirBlue » Sun May 11, 2008 10:26 pm

zEro.a1r wrote:
Abbas Ali wrote:Apparently this particular ad is for those Pakistani pilots who couldn’t find job as pilot in airlines. The aviation management course would give them opportunity to get management level jobs in local and international aviation industry.

Young Pakistani students who have cleared their intermediate/FSc (Fellow of Science) or equivalent can also apply at this institute for four years BS Aviation Management degree course. I also have seen their BS Aviation Management ad in newspaper for students who have cleared intermediate/FSc exams.

Complete details of Superior College's BS Aviation Management course are on following link:

Link: Superior College - BS Aviation Management

Another Pakistani institute offering aviation-related degree courses is Islamabad-based Air University and here's link to their website.

Link: www.au.edu.pk

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Great stuff. But I don't hold a CPL (yet) :/

I think it's a better option to go get a Bachelor's degree than go straight and learn flying. Speaking for Pakistanis only.

It's nice to see there are Aviation directed programs now. I posted a question about 2 years ago related to this.


I recall explaining to you about the course as well earlier; but its good that you got an idea of what this course offers - the aviation management that i am completing provides some courses similar by name to the ones at superior but i am sure not as detailed and advanced.
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Postby VirtualPIA » Tue May 13, 2008 9:39 am

do they stil have the agreement with hybrid? last I heard was that students who want can train with hybrid for cpl/ir.
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Postby FMC » Tue May 13, 2008 12:42 pm

The advertisement is well focussed. The pilots of PIA do need this management degree because of the mess they have created in thier own ed flight operations deptt in particular and among their ranks in general.

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Postby zEro.a1r » Thu May 15, 2008 1:38 pm

AirBlue wrote:I recall explaining to you about the course as well earlier; but its good that you got an idea of what this course offers - the aviation management that i am completing provides some courses similar by name to the ones at superior but i am sure not as detailed and advanced.

Great for you. Where are you studying that and what's level of study (MBA, MS, BS)?
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