|Greece, Thessaloniki & Amygdaleonas (Kavala)
|NECHE & EASA (European Union Aviation Safety Agency)
High school / secondary education (or higher)
1. Pass the Egnatia Aviation Selection test.
The entry qualification documents are accepted in the following languages: English.
All application material should be officially translated in English, if the original language is other than English.
At least 1 reference(s) must be provided.
The Aviation Management with Pilot Studies program combines necessary business knowledge with the opportunity for students to become fully qualified commercial pilots, preparing them for a promising career in aviation, higher pilot ranks, as well as managerial positions within the aviation industry.
As the program balances the two disciplines, you will understand the relationships between industry stakeholders from airlines and airports to operators and regulators.
Develop your personal leadership and managerial skills while studying at ACT and continue your education to complete your pilot training at the Egnatia Aviation premises, among Europe’s top 5 airline pilot training academies.
To receive the BS degree, you must fulfill all degree requirements which include 40 courses, a total of 122 credits, and maintain a minimum overall GPA of 2.0. You can complete the program in 3 academic years. The rigor in the Airline Intergrated Course (that leads to an ATPL license) is assured by Hellenic Civil Aviation, appointed by the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) to monitor the quality assurance of the pilot training program. Undergraduate credit for the Bachelor’s in Aviation Management with Pilot Studies will be awarded for courses taken at Egnatia Aviation in which a student has received a passing grade equivalent to 75% or higher (grade scale 0-100).
The program structure is based on the IKAROS-I program provided by Egnatia Aviation, which includes the EASA CPL/IR/E with ATPL Theory and MCC.
Airline pilot, airport director, airport manager, director of airport operations, director of airport security, airport financial officer, and director of airline operations.