The University of Glamorgan currently offers generous scholarships of up to £4,500 to students from Sri Lanka. In September 2012 students can enrol on Aerospace degree courses and receive a scholarship of £1,500 every year off the cost of their fees. This equates to £4,500 over three years. Indeed, this scholarship is available on all undergraduate courses at Glamorgan.
BSc Aircraft Maintenance Engineering of University of Glamorgan is a very popular course and offers students an exciting and challenging career path. Thanks to a recent £1.8m investment programme, the aerospace engineering facilities are excellent. You will benefit from dedicated aircraft experience with real aircraft facilities. Glamorgans Aircraft Maintenance Training Centre on the Treforest campus offers the latest facilities, complete with engineering labs, its own, full-size BAE Jetstream 31 commercial plane and an MP521 flight simulator.
This aircraft maintenance engineering degree course offers excellent career opportunities worldwide. The EASA Part-66 Licence qualifies its holders to be selected for further aircraft-type authorisation before being permitted to sign off aircraft for flight. You will get assistance in finding placement opportunities through their extensive links with aerospace companies. Not only throughout the UK, you will gain employment across the world with aerospace companies, commercial airlines, air-taxi operators, flying schools, the armed forces and commercial long-haul flights. There is a growing market for maintenance, repair and overhaul of military and commercial aircraft, or you may choose sub-contract work.
This is very much a hands- on practical course, but the principles of aircraft maintenance engineering and science run throughout. As well as the aircraft training, you will spend time in lectures, tutorials, workshops and seminars. Also about 20 hours of week doing research and studying current issues. Teaching will take place at University of Glamorgan’s Treforest Campus and the International Centre for Aerospace Training (ICAT) , which is adjacent to Cardiff International Airport.
Mr Angelos Stefanidis of Faculty of Advanced Technology Of University of Glamorgan will be visiting Sri Lanka to conduct admission interviews for aerospace courses on the 4th May 2012.
Students interested in applying for Aerospace courses or any other programs at undergraduate and postgraduate level are invited to contact the university’s official representative in Sri Lanka , Anusha Hewage , West 1 International 2594463, 0776 852323 , or email firstname.lastname@example.org