Aviation and Airport Management BSc (Hons) (H460)



University of Bedfordshire

Aviation and Airport Management BSc (Hons)

Requirements / Wymagania

Matematyka  minimum 50%  -
Ogólna średnia 60% ze wszystkich przedmiotów na maturze (ustne, pisemne, poziom podstawowy i rozszerzony) minimum 60% minimum 60%
J. angielski minimum 60% ustny i pisemny -
Certyfikat językowy IELTS opcjonalnie jeśli nie spełnisz powyższych wymagań z matury - średnia 5.5 z minimum 5.5 w każdej części -
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About the course

The global aviation and airport management industry is expanding rapidly, and this course is designed to equip you with the knowledge and experience you will need to establish your career in this area.

Using the latest interactive teaching technologies, the programme covers a number of business, leadership and specialist areas. And the proximity of our campus to London Luton Airport means that you will have plenty of opportunities to enjoy a practical-based approach to your studies through work placements with airlines and related organisations.

London Luton Airport is the fastest growing major airport in the UK with passenger numbers increasing from 12 million to 18 million per year.

£110 million is being invested to transform its facilities by 2020 leading to more than 10,000 new jobs. It is expected that 40% of these new positions will be management, professional or skilled roles so this course places you in an ideal position for these jobs and an exciting career in airport and aviation management.

Why choose this course?

  • Learn in small and engaging teaching environments using up-to-the-minute interactive technologies
  • Study a stimulating range of global airline and airport industry related organisational contexts
  • Develop the knowledge and intellectual expertise you will need to work to the very highest standards of professionalism
  • Gain the essential people and process expertise international companies expect from their leaders
  • Explore the latest hard and soft aviation management skills with a highly committed and motivating team of teaching experts
  • Challenge yourself as you develop your theoretical and pragmatic skills and knowledge
  • Benefit from a course that uses a hands-on, practical approach, including the use of a Strategic Airline simulation, as it focuses on your ambitions and future career.                                             


  • Business Pod (BBS001-1) Compulsory
  • Customer Care For The Aviation Industry (MAR015-1) Compulsory
  • Understanding Airports And Air Transport (MAR014-1) Compulsory
  • Airport Management (TAL041-2) Compulsory
  • Aviation Operations Management (BSS021-2) Compulsory
  • Crisis Management And Communication (MAR019-2) Compulsory
  • Management Accounting For Business (AAF002-2) Compulsory
  • Marketing (MAR008-2) Compulsory
  • Research Skills For Aviation And Airport Management (MAR025-2) Compulsory
  • Aviation Law (LAW006-3) Compulsory
  • Dissertation For Aviation And Airport Management (MAR025-3) Compulsory
  • Managing Health, Safety And Security For Aviation (MAR024-3) Compulsory
  • Pr Ethics And Csr (MAR015-3) Compulsory
  • Strategic Management (SHR004-3) Compulsory

How will I be assessed?

In line with the Business Schools commitment to practice based education and research informed teaching most of your assessments will focus on the demonstration of these two key areas as they are pivotal to your success within the Aviation and Airport industry. We will want to see that you understand the theory and have developed critical thinking skills which help you evaluate the relevance of what you have learned.

To assess this range of integration of theory and skills into sound practice, we use a variety of methods. You will encounter many different kinds, including the ones listed below, some of which are used in combination, and for example a report might be required as an outcome of a time-limited assessment task.

  • Reports: you analyse Aviation and Airport problems and propose solutions.
  • Presentations: present proposals as if to your line manager, a board of directors, or a client.
  • Academic writing: used to demonstrate clear, critical thinking, you might be asked to write an essay or a short summary of a theoretical debate.
  • Appraisals: just as in business, you use appraisals to assess your own learning and to set your personal and academic development objectives.
  • Projects: these are assessed in a number of ways depending on the task defined by our external industry contacts. Typically, you will need to prepare an analysis, report or presentation which is suitable for airport or ground side service organisation, and a longer piece of work which sets out the behind the scenes work which underpinned the output. It is in the longer work that we expect to see explicitly your application of theory and critical thinking which underpin good academic practice.
  • Exams: as well as conventional exams using set questions and case studies, exams can be the outcome of a group task. You might work on a large task together and then sit an exam to show your individual learning from the task.

For all assignments you will have an assignment brief which clearly sets out what is required and you will be given the criteria which your tutors or agency will use to mark your work. In some cases, you will be involved in developing the criteria used to formatively assess work, to grade your own work and to grade the work of your fellow students: this is all part of developing your understanding of the assessment standards and what is needed to do well at a task.

You will receive feedback on all your assessments. If you use this feedback well, you will be able to improve your learning and your grades on future assignments.

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