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Free tuition fee for Bachelor of Arts (BA) in Aviation Management • Worms University of Applied Sciences • Germany 

International Programmes in Germany 2018

 

Degree

Bachelor of Arts in Aviation Management

Course language(s)

All courses are held in English.

Admission semester

Summer semester only

Beginning

Summer semester – March

Programme duration

Seven semesters (three and a half years)

Application deadline

15 January each year for the summer semester

Course content

The Bachelor’s degree course Aviation Management is an educational offer for students who wish to combine a business management degree in English with a course that places a strong emphasis on the knowledge and understanding of the aviation industry. Students will be given a comprehensive basic education in general business management. The main emphasis of the Bachelor’s degree course is on aviation business management.

 

Educational organisation

The degree course is divided into three subject groups (196 CP without thesis and colloquium) according to their content, with the following evaluation scheme: 24% General Management Modules

Introduction to Business Administration and Economics

General Management I-III

43% Tourism, Travel and Aviation Management Modules

Introduction to Tourism, Travel and Aviation Management

Basics of Air Transportation

Aviation Management I-III

Travel Management

Advanced Tourism, Travel and Aviation

CONTACT

Hochschule Worms

Touristik/Verkehrswesen

Prof Dr Richard Klophaus

Erenburgerstraße 19

67549 Worms

Tel. +49 (0) 62 41-50 93 75

E-mail [mailto:avm@hs-worms.de] »

 

APPLY HERE 

Submit application to

EU citizens: Hochschule Worms Studierendenservice Erenburgerstraße 19 67549 Worms Germany

 

Non-EU citizens: Hochschule Worms

Studierendenservice – Zulassung ausländischer Studierender

Erenburgerstraße 19 67549 Worms Germany

 

Management

Management Simulation Game

Elective Seminar Aviation Management

33% Management Skills

Analytical Methods

Business English

(Advanced) Management in Practice I-III

In addition, students have to write a thesis and pass a colloquium (14 CP) in order to graduate. The content of the modules General Management, Travel and Tourism Management or Aviation Management will be linked to these.

The module Management in Practice describes the internships which students have to complete.

This degree course can be studied either as a full-time degree programme or as a cooperative study course in cooperation with a partner from the aviation industry.

The content structure for students of the cooperative study course is identical to the one for students of the full-time degree course. Students of the full-time degree course in particular are expected to gain work experience during their studies which will be equivalent in length of time and content specifications to those of students in the cooperative study course.

 

Study abroad unit(s)

Study abroad units are not a mandatory part of the degree programme, but students can optionally undertake part of their studies abroad.

Internships

Several internships are to be completed during the semester breaks.

Forms of assessment

Written module exams

Seminar paper(s)

Bachelor’s thesis (including colloquium)

 

ECTS credits

210

Diploma supplement

Yes

Course objectives

The main educational aims of the Bachelor’s degree course are:

to provide a comprehensive and basic understanding of the field of aviation business management to introduce the methodology of economics, especially of business management to prepare students for a practical career or a subsequent (“consecutive”) Master’s degree programme

The overall aim of the Bachelor of Arts in Aviation Management is to educate students within the field of business management with a strong focus on aviation business management, including work experience placements.

Tuition fees

No tuition fees are charged in the state of Rhineland-Palatinate.

Enrolment fees

First semester: initial registration fee of currently 138.30 EUR

Subsequent semesters: semester fee of currently 118.30 EUR per semester

Funding opportunities within the university

Worms University of Applied Sciences takes part in the national scholarship programme “Deutschlandstipendium”. Excellent students of all nationalities can apply for the scholarship. Recipients receive 300 EUR per month.

 

Language requirements

Language test in English with at least level B2 of the Common European Framework of Reference or any equivalent level. The language test can be taken at Worms University of Applied Sciences. Proof of language proficiency must be handed in at the end of the first year of studies at the latest.

Academic requirements

Applicants for the degree course Bachelor of Arts in Aviation Management have to meet the following entry requirements in order to be admitted to the study programme:

University entrance qualification or university of applied sciences entrance qualification

First practical experience, either through a qualified business internship with a minimum duration of 12 weeks (“university practical training”) in the aviation sector or any related industry, or through a commercial apprenticeship, or through work experience in the aviation industry

Language test in English with at least level B2 of the Common European Framework of Reference or any equivalent level. The language test can be taken at Worms University of Applied Sciences. Proof of language proficiency must be handed in at the end of the first year of studies at the latest.

In addition to the entrance requirements, applicants for the cooperative study course must prove that they have entered into a contractual relationship with one of the cooperation partners, which includes an internship: e.g. employment contract, apprenticeship contract, internship contract or trainee contract. Prospective students apply directly to the partner companies.

 

Where to apply

EU citizens: Hochschule Worms Studierendenservice Erenburgerstraße 19 67549 Worms Germany

Non-EU citizens: Hochschule Worms

Studierendenservice – Zulassung ausländischer Studierender

Erenburgerstraße 19 67549 Worms Germany

Services and support for international students

The International Student Office helps foreign students if they have questions regarding studying and living in Worms and if they need support.

 

Course website

About the university

About 3,500 students are currently enrolled at Worms University of Applied Sciences in three faculties: Economic Sciences, Tourism and Travel Management, and Computer Science. International students make up about 23% of the student body.

 

Total number of students

3,500

Total percentage of international students

23 %

About the city

Worms (87,000 inhabitants) has a lot to offer – from its convenient location between the central areas of Rhine-Main and Rhine-Neckar to the historic scenery of the city with numerous sights worth seeing, as well as reasonably priced accommodation and a low cost of living.

 

 

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