Building a career in the aviation industry requires updated knowledge of technology, skills and understanding of how dynamic the industry is. An MBA in Aviation gives students what they need to be prepared to tackle the challenges of being leaders in this field. It allows them to build networks and share educational experiences by interacting with fellow students and experts in this department.
With our well-established program since 2011, your career path will be advanced in the fast-growing Aviation and Tourism Industry! After successful completion of our part
Empower your future in Aviation and Tourism
Study our well established MBA in Frankfurt, Germany
With our well-established program since 2011, your career path will be advanced in the fast-growing Aviation and Tourism Industry!
After successful completion of our part-time study program, you will be qualified for challenging and demanding management and leadership positions in the aviation and tourism industry.
Enjoy studying at one of the world's largest aviation hub and benefit from our customized MBA part-time program, designed together with well-known industry leaders like DFS, Fraport and MUC Airport.
Enhance your knowledge & skills in general corporate management like strategies, business plans, international leadership while focusing on the particular requirements of the aviation and tourism industry....
The Master of Business Administration in Aviation (MBAA) will provide you with a strong foundation needed to succeed in today's aviation environment. Designed to emphasis
Master of Business Administration in Aviation (jointly organised with Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, US)
The Master of Business Administration in Aviation (MBAA) will provide you with a strong foundation needed to succeed in today's aviation environment. Designed to emphasise the application of modern management concepts, methods, and tools within an aviation context, you will enjoy all the opportunities made available to an MBAA student with an added competitive advantage of specialised in the aviation field.
You must have earned a baccalaureate degree from an accredited degree-granting institution with a cumulative grade point average (CGPA) of 2.5 or higher on a 4.0 scale. If you already possess a master's degree or have completed graduate coursework from an accredited degree-granting institution, you must also have a 3.0 CGPA or higher at the graduate level....
Pursuing an aviation MBA is an incredible way to open up new opportunities for airport administration and the business of managing the world’s airways. With this speciali
Pursuing an aviation MBA is an incredible way to open up new opportunities for airport administration and the business of managing the world’s airways. With this specialization, you can gain a base of knowledge that applies to the issues and challenges that face the world of flight.
The coursework is crafted to confer the expertise that leaders in aviation need to stay competitive in the field. As a student of the program, you’ll perform in-depth examinations of the challenges and financial processes that are unique to the air travel industry. The curriculum will guide you through a diverse set of skills and techniques, helping you establish expertise in both the daily operations of airport management and high-level strategy. You’ll also participate in detailed discussions about security, air safety, and advances in traffic control technology....
The Aerospace MBA delivers a world-class education effectively and conveniently for experienced managers looking to develop their international management competencies an
The experts agree: the aerospace industry has witnessed impressive growth worldwide over the past few years, with major contributions from the civil aviation segment. At the same time, the structure of the entire industry (airlines, manufacturing, MRO, airports, space, etc) has undergone profound change (“open skies”, new players, new business models, new technologies, new segments and markets, the maiden flights of several new programs), all of which are significantly increasing domestic and international passenger traffic. New players are coming on the scene and shaking up the market (GAFAM, BATHX).
This overall industry growth has been fueled by skilled manpower along with a favorable business environment (investment, innovation, etc). Despite the plethora of opportunities for aerospace players, most aerospace companies are already facing and will face issues of talent management. While highly-skilled technical people are already working in the industry, there is a shortage of trained, experienced aerospace managers with strong leadership skills and the ability to work to the highest international standards....