Master’s in Management (Aviation Leadership)
Dublin City University
About the Course
|NFQ Level||Delivery Mode||Duration|
|9||Full Time/Part-time||1 Year/ 2 Years|
This course is a specialist postgraduate programme designed to provide participants with sufficient aviation knowledge in all main sectors of the aviation industry combined with an education in strategic management.
The faculty educating students in this programme possess academic expertise and a large amount of industry experience, with many having background across all sectors of the industry.
|Hold an honours primary degree (2:1 or higher) or an equivalent professional qualification (CPL; ATCO) as well as 3 years work experience in the Aviation Industry|
|If no primary degree is held but sufficient experience combined with 3 years of work experience in aviation a special case for acceptance can be submitted.|
|Recent graduates who have the equivalent of a first-class honour’s degree with less than 3 years work experience.|
|Applicants who have not yet finished their degree are not eligible to apply|
Structure of the Course
Students study leadership and change, delivering performance excellence, strategy organisation and innovation, research methods, aviation governance and regulation, aviation leadership, airport operations management, airline management and concluding the written work for the master’s programme by completing a dissertation.
Students study research methods, aviation governance and regulation, aviation leadership, airport operations management and airline management.
Leadership and change, delivering performance excellence, strategy organisation and innovation, research methods and concluding the written work for the master’s programme by completing a dissertation.
Many graduates have progressed their leadership to a variety of roles in the industry in organisations such as Airlines (e.g Aer Lingus, Ryanair, Cityjet, Stobart Air, SAS Ireland, Norwegian); Aerospace Manufacturers (Airbus); Airport Operators (Dublin Airport, Shannon Airport Omani Airports); Aircraft Maintenance (Dublin Aerospace, Ryanair, Aer Lingus); Consultancy firms; Safety & Security and Air Navigation Service Providers (IAA).