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Old 09-20-2010, 11:02 AM   #1  
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Hello everyone,

Had a few questions about International Aviation Universities and there benefits, etc. Being Airline Pilot Forums I'm sure many members have gone through these programs and I'd love to hear everyones opinion on them.

I've been many International Aviation Universities and some have really interested me. For instance Hochschule Bremen (Universality of Bremen Applied Sciences) has a program with InterCockpit (Flight Training) where you get a bachelors degree in Aeronautical Engineering, receive your ATPL with type ratings through InterCockpit, and pretty much get a guaranteed job at the end of 4 years. What really interested my in this is you can a degree in something other then Aeronautical Science (Engineering in this case), your ATPL, and pretty much a guaranteed job.

There is also a program in Australia through Qantas that offers something similar but they don't as much guarantee a job.

I'm in my last year of high school in San Francisco, CA. I currently have my Private and will be getting my instrument over the next couple of months and potentially my commercial before I graduate.

I'd love to go international for my education and I love these programs that these schools offer.

My questions are, what are your opinions on these programs? Has anyone done any of these, if so which ones and any recommendations? What are the "best" airline university programs available?

I haven't really found an equivalent in the US. But if there are such programs, who offers them? (I know UND/Riddle, etc has courses where you get a degree in Aerospace Science but I don't think you get your ATPL and have too much of a job guarantee).

Thank you everyone for your time to help me!

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Noone has gone through these programs or has any comment?

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