The minimum entry requirement to the MAvMgmt is a 3 year undergraduate Bachelors degree.There are four entry groups for the MAvMgmt. The groups are determined by the discipline of the applicant's undergraduate degree, and years of industry experience, if applicable (see Additional Information for examples).
Each entry group offers different amounts of advanced standing and therefore the total UoC to complete at UNSW is different for each group.The maximum advanced standing (UoC) in each of the following degree groups is set as follows:
Entry Group 1 - 48 UOC Max Advanced Standing:
- Bachelor of Aviation (Honours) with no industry experience
- Bachelor of Aviation with minimum 2 years industry experience
- Bachelor in Cognate Area with minimum 2 years industry experience
- Bachelor in Non-Cognate Area with minimum 5 years industry experience
Entry Group 2 - 36 UOC Max Advanced Standing:
- Bachelor of Aviation with minimum 0.5 years industry experience
- Bachelor in Cognate Area with minimum 0.5 years industry experience*Bachelor in Non-cognate Area with minimum 2 years industry experience.
Entry Group 3 - 24 UOC Max Advanced Standing:
- Bachelor in Non-Cognate Area with minimum 0.5 years industry experience
Entry Group 4 - 0 UOC Advanced Standing
- Bachelor in Non-Cognate Area with no industry experience
No further advanced standing will be considered. Remaining units must be completed at UNSW.
Cognate degrees include those from any of the following disciplines: Aviation, Science, Engineering, Psychology, Management, Economics, Commerce.
Additional selection criteria for admission to this program:Work experienceOtherCVApplicants are to submit the following documents for assessment of entry:Evidence of Completion of UG degree (Testamur)Academic TranscriptCV*Evidence of work in Aviation industry and years of experienceApplicants with other relevant qualifications and experience not listed may apply for admission to this program as follows. This is in accordance with UNSW Policy and Procedure on Recognition Of Prior Learning. Applicants will need to demonstrate that they have achieved the same knowledge and skills (learning outcomes) through their formal or informal learning as the qualifications listed for entry for this program. Any relevant documentation should be attached to the application and will be considered by the Academic Coordinator for the Program.