What is UNSW Aviation?
UNSW is ranked at 46 in the QS World University Rankings and 81-90 in the World University rankings by reputation. As such, UNSW is the highest ranked university which offers aviation degrees and flight training and undertakes research. Programs and facilities are managed through the School of Aviation known locally as UNSW Aviation
UNSW Aviation is based in Sydney, recently ranked within the top ten best student cities in the world by QS World University Rankings for 2012. In addition to academic programs UNSW Aviation delivers flight training and associated flight simulator and theory training.
Latest Aviation News
3-year degree with entry in July, coupling professional pilot training with academic study.
Grad Dip (Flying) applications open to all graduates with cognate degrees (subject to approval).
The new partnership arrangements between UNSW and QantasLink represent an exciting opportunity for those who have aspirations to be a QantasLink Pilot
UNSW has become the first university in Australia approved under new CASA legislation to provide advanced flight training
The Ian and Barbara Burgess Memorial Rural Science Scholarship aims to encourage and assist rural students to undertake study in Science at UNSW.
An information session will be held for prospective Flying applicants at the University of New South Wales main campus on Saturday 5th September and at our Bankstown Flying Training Facility. These information session, which will talk about the Bachelor of Aviation (Flying) program, will be held on Saturday 19th September and the Saturday 28th November
UNSW is now accepting applications for the postgraduate Aviation programs.
UNSW Aviation will be running ATPL theory courses in 2016.
The RAAA Pilot Scholarships are offered to assist in the training or advancement of current and future commercial pilots in regional Australia
Providing a new pathway to UNSW for Australian Citizens and Permanent Residents in 2013