IATA - Nanyang Business School Advanced Management Program in Aviation

About

This program reviews management practices employed by airlines, airports and regulators to help you navigate the aviation industry’s complex business environment. You will have the chance to study alongside peers from across the aviation value chain and work on case studies that highlight the needs and challenges of the industry’s many businesses and organizations.

What you will learn

The courses selected for this program enable you to:

  • Strengthen your knowledge of key business fundamentals
  • Get a global perspective of the aviation industry and its challenges
  • Understand the industry’s complex business, regulatory and legal frameworks
  • Network with experts and peers from all key areas of aviation

One month of intensive training is divided into two segments of two weeks each. Courses are delivered at the IATA Training Center in Geneva and the NTU campus in Singapore.

Download the Advanced Management Program in Aviation brochure Additional information about the courses can be found on the Nanyang Business School's website.

Who should attend

We select professionals with diverse backgrounds, cultures and aviation experience to maximize exchanges during the program.

Successful applicants possess as a minimum:

  • Five years of work experience
  • Proven managerial responsibilities
  • Proficiency in English

Company sponsorship is encouraged.

Applicants are asked to send completed applications as early as possible as class sizes are limited.

Additional information

Further training

The Advanced Management Program in Aviation focuses primarily on operations management. If you are looking for an intensive business management program and full academic credit, see the IATA-Nanyang Executive MBA in Air Transport.

About Nanyang Technological University (NTU)

NTU is one of Asia's most reputable universities, known for its research excellence and industry relevance and ranked among the top 25 technology universities in the world by the Times Higher Education Supplement. NTU is also home to Nanyang Business School (NBS), the only business school in Singapore, and the third in Asia, to have both the European Quality Improvement System (EQUIS) and Association of Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) accreditations.

About IATA Training

We train thousands of aviation professionals annually through our global network of IATA Training Centers, partnering schools, and in private in-company sessions. Our 200+ classroom courses are developed using IATA’s unique industry insight and delivered by IATA Instructors, experts in their fields.

Requirements and registration

Programme Fee
The program fee is SGD $31,050 (with Goods and Services Tax included), which covers tuition, most teaching material, and meals when classes are in session. All other expenses, including accommodation, and travel-related costs are not included. Participants are responsible for all travel and visa arrangements.

How to Apply
Class size is limited to foster an optimal environment for learning and networking, so candidates are encouraged to submit their applications as soon as possible. Please submit your application online at www.nanyangemba.com/aviation

Upon successful completion, please email a copy of your resume to nanyangAMP@ntu.edu.sg

Funding Support
The Civil Aviation of Singapore (CAAS) offers grants for tuition fees to Singaporean and Singapore permanent-residents employed at qualifying companies. Candidates are eligible for funding under the CAAS Aviation Leaders in Development Programme. For more information, please visit www.caas.gov.sg

Interested aviation companies may obtain an application form from the CAAS. The form must be jointly filled by the company and programme participant and submitted with all relevant documents to the CAAS. For more information and application details on the grant, please visit the CAAS website www.caas.gov.sg

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