Our Bachelor of Aviation and Piloting/Bachelor of Business allows you to combine your passion for flying with business studies.
This double degree includes four units of practical professional pilot training. Training in an airline cadet pilot environment, you will acquire a Commercial Pilot Licence with a Multi Engine Instrument Rating. For your final practical unit, you will either undertake a CASA approved Multi Crew Cooperation course, or Flight Instructor rating.
In your business studies, you’ll examine airline business models, strategy and management principles, and be prepared for roles in modern organisations. Your assessments will include a research project focusing on an area of interest within aviation.
Flight crew are in high demand around the world. You will graduate with the skills to pursue a career as a flight crew member, flight instructor, or within an aviation business.
This course prepares students for aviation careers in the air transportation industry as professional pilots.
For the Bachelor of Business as appropriate for the major specialisation undertaken
For the Bachelor of Aviation and Piloting nil, however all delivered flying training will be done in accordance with the requirements of either the Australian Civil Aviation Safety Authority or any other International Civil Aviation Organisation Member state regulatory authority as appropriate to where the graduate may seek employment.
Successfully completed :
Prior to selection, it is recommended that candidates complete a pilot aptitude skills assessment test. Such tests are conducted by CAE Oxford Aviation Academy. This could be at CAE OAA Melbourne or could be undertaken at a CAE OAA facility outside Australia. They are designed to determine a candidate's understanding of a career as a professional pilot and their suitability to undertake the program.
The skills assessment test is typically composed of a series of computer-based assessments that cover pilot aptitude, including hand–eye coordination, motor skills and spatial awareness.
Although not an entry requirement, students must also satisfy the statutory Class 1 medical requirements of the Civil Aviation Safety Authority (or equivalent ICAO State regulatory authority) prior to undertaking practical flying training (AVF practicum units).
IELTS 6.0 – no band below 6.0