Postgraduate Diploma in Civil Infrastructural Engineering and Management - Postgrado en Ingeniería Civil de Infraestructuras
The Graduate Diploma in Flying is a program designed to meet the needs of graduates with an ambition toward a career as a pilot. In part paralleling the Bachelor of Aviation as a concurrent program, the Graduate Diploma allows professional flying training students to obtain a Commercial Pilot Licence (CPL) and a Command Instrument Rating Multi-Engine (CIR-ME), as well as undertaking academic studies covering the theoretical issues, using Fee-Help. Award of the Graduate Diploma will require satisfactory completion of the Courses to be undertaken, which will themselves require the award of the CPL and the CIR-ME as part of the assessment. The Graduate Diploma in Flying is restricted to those who have satisfactorily completed the first year of the Bachelor of Aviation (Flying or Management).
completion of a recognized bachelor degree
meet English requirements.
* Some programs have additional entry requirements, please contact UNSW for this information.
Scholarship skills to understand the core theory components within the technical knowledge areas of Air Navigation, Meteorology, Aeroplane Performance, Planning and Operation, Air Law and Aircraft Handling,
Engaging in the integration of such interdisciplinary knowledge as background to the holistic operation of an aeroplane,
Understanding how to locate, utilise and implement documentation and information explaining principles and procedures as required for the safe and legal operation of an aeroplane in a commercial context, and
Demonstrate handling skills to operate an aeroplane commercially in accordance with internationally accepted criteria for safe and legal operation.
Students must complete 48 units of credit (UOC) comprised of the following four 12 UOC compulsory courses:
AVIG5911 Flying Operations 1 (12 UOC)
AVIG5912 Flying Operations 2 (12 UOC)
AVIG5913 Flying Operations 3 (12 UOC)
AVIG5914 Flying Operations 4 (12 UOC)