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Advanced Master in Airport Management (MA)

  • Organisation: ENAC
  • Type of Course: Initial education - Life-long learning
  • Language(s): English
  • Place: Toulouse (French Regions: Occitanie)
  • Prepared diploma/grade/title: Mastère Spécialisé: French Grandes Ecoles Specialized (or Specializing) master
  • Level of entry: French Baccalaureat + 4

Course Details

Objectives: The Specialized Master in Airport Management was established in 1989 by the National School of Civil Aviation (ENAC) at the request of professionals.

The important role played by airports in the context of liberalization of air transport, the opening of the airport assistance, the diversity of operational occupations , the place occupied by the growing environmental problems, safety, the situation of competition between airports, the general economic problems and those specific to a business major today in the national economy, require particularly competent leaders to lead and develop each airport.
The Specialized Master in Management Airport aims to train specialists valued and sought by the airport.
The training provided under the Master's Degree in Airport Management opens at all managerial functions encountered in the management of airports:
• operation,
• Marketing
• Management
• Finance
• human resources.

Intended for: Students

Degree Level (EU) : 7 - (EQC level or equivalent)

Admission requirements: Diploma level (French) bac+5 or bac+4 with at lest 3 years professional experience

Duration and terms: 1 year including 6 months of courses and an internship of 6 months in business leading to a memory that must be defended before a jury composed of professors and professionals

Partnerships with national organisations: ADP

Dedicated web site: http://www.enac.fr/fr/advanced-master-airport-management

Disciplines

  • System Engineering, Programme Management, Production

Topics

  • 14 - Transports, Intelligent Transportations Systems (ITS), Mobility, Vehicles, Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAV)
  • 16 - System Engineering, Product Assurance and Safety, Qualification/Testing, Validation & Verification, Metrology, Certification
  • 17 - Project Management, Production, Industrialization, Factory of the Future, Integration, Supply Chain, Maintenance, Recycling
  • 18 - Human Factors, Human Machine Interfaces, Operations, Exploitation, Air Traffic Management
  • 19 - Law and Business Engineering: Law, Regulations, Standards, Management, Finance, Marketing, Accounting, Purchasing, Contracts, Intellectual Property, etc.
  • 21 - Natural Resources and Environment Management/Protection, Infrastructures