Bachelor of Aviation (Flying)

UNSW Sydney

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Bachelor Degree
3.0 years Full-Time
(or Part-Time equivalent)
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Course Description

This information sheet is more descriptive, but the official version in the Handbook takes precedence if there is any uncertainty in interpretation.

The BAv (Flying) is intended to produce future Management-Pilots and provides a basis of academic courses in aviation management and safety as well as the Professional Pilot Program, designed to train professional pilots.

Flight training within the BAv (Flying) requires enrolment in the Professional Pilot Program in addition to the BAv academic enrolment. Enrolment in the Professional Pilot Program enables students to undertake flight training for the purpose of obtaining the licences and ratings included in the program. The theory lessons undertaken to gain the various ratings and licenses are part of the BAv academic program.

The Professional Pilot Program covers flight training and flight tests to a minimum of Commercial Pilot Licence (CPL), together with Instrument Rating - Multi Engine Aeroplane and Air Transport Pilot Licence (ATPL) theory. Students are required to pay all costs associated with all flight training as well as academic fees. In the third year, students are required to undertake an elective. If the chosen elective involves flight training, then additional costs are involved.
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The Professional Pilot Program is conducted in block periods throughout the degree program. It comprises up to 200 hours of flight training and app...

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