Bachelor of Aviation Management
航空管理學士Course Code: 1845-DP094A (CE68-528-00/01)
The programme “Bachelor of Aviation Management”, in collaboration with the Swinburne University of Technology from Australia , aims to produce graduates who seek to play a key role in bringing changes to the aviation industry. Students gain insight into how airlines and airports operate run-in prepare them for management roles in the aviation industry. Students gain a sound professional understanding of the aviation industry and its associated environment, as well as skills in organizational, regulatory, safety, technical as well as business management.
- Strong local and international industry supports;
- High quality teaching delivered by specialist staff through a variety of teaching methods and activities;
- Lecturers of Swinburne University of Technology will fly over to Hong Kong to teach. They are experienced and knowledgeable in both academic and industry;
- Opportunities to join the Australia aviation study trip to attend lectures at the Swinburne campus and receive practical flying experience;
- Full access to the learning resources in the University of Hong Kong library and sport facilities; and
- Opportunities to have placement at local aviation organisations.
Swinburne University of Technology 澳洲斯威本科技大學
Swinburne University of Technology (Swinburne) is an internationally recognised research-intensive university. Swinburne is ranked 45th in the world under the age of 50 years in the QS World University Ranking in 2019; and is also one of the world's top 400 universities in the world (Academic Ranking of World Universities (ARWU)). The university focuses on and invests in high-quality teaching and research. The university fosters close ties with industry, business and governmental organisations to ensure that the research undertaken at Swinburne is practically applied.
The Department of Aviation of Swinburne has been offering programmes in aviation for almost two decades. Swinburne was one of the first Australian universities to offer aviation programmes and is a partner of the Qantas Future Pilot Program. Swinburne is now offering four aviation bachelor degree programmes. Among the programmes, the Bachelor of Aviation Management equips students with a sound professional understanding of the aviation industry and its associated environment, and skills in organisational, regulatory, safety, technical and business management. Swinburne collaborates with the CAE Oxford Aviation Academy (COAA) to provide practical training for aviation students.
The top-up degree programme consists of 8 units. Students who have successfully completed a Higher Diploma in Aviation Studies/ Higher Diploma in Airline and Airport Services or approved equivalent qualification will be given 200 advanced credit exemptions, and are expected to complete the 8 units below in 3 semesters.
First Year (Semester 1)
Private Pilot Theory for Managers
Aviation Regulation and Operation *
First Year (Semester 2)
Aviation Business Strategies and Management *
Project Management in Aviation
Aviation Research Project (Part I) *
|Second Year (Semester 1)|| |
Flight Operations for Managers
Aviation Research Project (Part II) *
* Taught by Swinburne Lecturers
The above programme structure is intended for use as a guideline to prospective students. The University reserves the right to modify sequencing of units within the structure.
CRICOS course code: 093355C
Duration of Study AND AWARD
The normal duration of the programme is 3 years. With exemptions from 200 Swinburne credits, students will complete the programme in 1.5 years.
Upon satisfactory completion of the programme, students will be awarded the Bachelor of Aviation Management by the Swinburne University of Technology.
The programme will be delivered in full-time mode. The teaching methods include lectures, tutorials, workshops and research projects.
Assessment will be done by assignment, quiz, project and examination. All assessment will be set by Swinburne University of Technology.
Students who successfully complete the programme will be awarded the Bachelor of Aviation Management by Swinburne University of Technology.
The aviation management programme prepares students for professional careers in the following areas:
- Airline management
- Airline flight operations
- Airline ground operations
- Airport management
- Airport operations
- Airport planning
- Aviation consultancy firms
- Aviation charter firms
- Air services
- Aviation regulatory and safety services
- Aviation safety authorities
Swinburne University of Technology qualifications are well-recognised worldwide. Graduates of the programme may also pursue further studies in aviation management, airport operations, human factors management, aircraft engineering, transport policy and planning or business related disciplines at postgraduate level at Swinburne, or at other universities worldwide.
The full tuition fee* for the 2020/21 intake is HK$105,000.
* The tuition fee is reviewed annually and is subject to change without prior notice.
Extended Non-Means-Tested Loan Scheme (ENLS)
Students are eligible to apply for the HKSAR Government’s Extended Non-means-tested Loan Scheme (ENLS). The maximum financial assistance under the ENLS is equivalent to the total tuition fee payable to the HKU SPACE in the academic year.
1) SWINBURNE UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY SCHOLARSHIP
Scholarships will be given by the Swinburne University of Technology to the new student with outstanding achievement in their Associate Degree/ Higher Diploma/ Advanced Diploma study for enrolling in the Bachelor of Aviation Management programme.
2) IC Scholarships and Bursaries
A number of IC Scholarships and Bursaries are made available for eligible new entrants to apply every year. Please consult programme staff for more information.
hold a Higher Diploma in Aviation Studies (HDAS) awarded within the HKU system through HKU SPACE (GPA requirement 2.4 or above);
|1B.||i) hold an Advanced Diploma / Associate Degree / Higher Diploma in aviation or related discipline granted by a recognized institution;|
|ii) provide evidence of English proficiency such as an overall band of 6.0 or above in the IELTS if the B(i) qualification is from an institution where the language of teaching and assessment is not English.|
|2.||have successfully completed the “Aviation Mathematics and Physics” course at HKU SPACE, or an equivalent qualification from a recognized institution.|
Applicants from relevant non-SPACE Higher Dipoloma/ Associate Degree graduates will be assessed on an individual basis.
Students will have opportunity to get a chance to experience the Trial Instructional Flight in Melbourne Australia. Students can also attend lectures in the Swinburne University of Technology as well as visit to local aviation organisations, such as airline training centres or domestic airports. This study trip is optional and its costs are additional to the programme’s tuition fee.
|Trial Instructional Flight at CAE Oxford Aviation Academy|
|Visit to QANTAS Flight Training Centre|
|Visit to Avalon Airport|
|Lectures at Swinburne University of Technology|
CSM London Summer Study Programme
This programme organised by IC provides a valuable opportunity for students to enroll into a short course in Central Saint Martins College of Arts and Design (CSM), one of the world’s leading institutes for arts and design education with 150 years of history.
This programme is recognised under the Qualifications Framework. For details of the QF level, registration number and validity period, please visit: www.hkqr.gov.hk.
This is an exempted course under the Non-local Higher and Professional Education (Regulation) Ordinance. It is a matter of discretion for individual employers to recognise any qualification to which this course may lead.