Established in 1990, Massey University offers a Professional Degree for aspiring pilots incorporating flight training (fixed wing only) with academic studies, and academic degrees for aviation managers. ICE represents Massey University in the Gulf Region
- High level of professionalism
- Collaborates with Airlines to ensure that students receive an education that reflects the requirements within the industry
- Integrates academic, technical and practical competency requirements embedding ICAO recognised pilot and air traffic licence ratings to create tertiary qualified aviation professionals.
Gaining your pilot or aviation management qualification from Massey University School of Aviation will indicate to employers that you are highly motivated, academically successful and focused on achievement in a demanding environment.
OUR PARTNER'S PLACE IN THE INDUSTRY
The School of Aviation Flight Systems was the first New Zealand training organisation to meet all of the requirements for Civil Aviation Authority Rule Part 141 certification.
The School of Aviation is active in research in a number of areas. These include flight training devices, risk taking, accident legislation, call-sign confusion, CRM, and the effect of sleep deprivation. The School's research outcomes, either directly or indirectly, aim to result in enhancing safety, efficiency, and knowledge in all areas of aviation.
The School also has an active programme of postgraduate research, with a number of students currently enrolled. Postgraduate students are actively encouraged to disseminate their work by publishing it in relevant peer-reviewed publications or by presenting it at conference. University scholarships may be available for students wishing to undertake research at postgraduate level.
Headed by its Chief Executive Officer, Dr Ashok Poduval, Massey University employs staff in each of the following Divisions:
- 10 Management & Support Staff.
- 19 Academic Staff.
- 21 Flight Instructors