DAE plans India aviation road shows
Dubai, January 16, 2008
Dubai Aerospace Enterprise University (DAE University) will conduct a series of road shows in major Indian cities from January 18.
The roadshows are aimed at familiarising Indian students with international aviation education options.
The roadshows will demonstrate how the Dubai-based university’s tailored academic programs can provide a high-level entry to promising career opportunities in the region for both undergraduates and post-graduates.
Positioned to compete with the largest and best-known aviation and aerospace universities worldwide in terms of programme offerings and industry influence, DAE University courses offer students the opportunity to study engineering and management focused on aviation and aerospace in a world-class environment.
The university is targeting those who yearn a career in the aviation sector - from technicians and pilots to supervisors and managers - in airlines, airports, aircraft and aviation services businesses and aerospace design, engineering and manufacturing.
The roadshows are build on the strong student response to the orientation initiatives undertaken by DAE University in India last year.
The first batch of DAE University – comprising students from around the world - will graduate in 2011-12. The roadshows will introduce students to the new educational programmes offered by DAE University, including the DAE Flight Academy scheduled to open in March 2008.
The DAE Flight Academy will deliver highly-qualified first officer candidates in an accelerated programme of 12 to 14 months. Eight new accredited programmes will also be launched this year – four each in the graduate and undergraduate streams – to funnel high-quality technical and business operations professionals into a dynamic industry.-TradeArabia News Service
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