What is UNSW Aviation?
UNSW is ranked at 52 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
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UNSW Aviation Senior Lecturer, Dr Ian Douglas, reports on the future of Malaysia Airlines through The Conversation
An article on Temasek Polytechnic Graduates who are currently undertaking the Bachelor of Aviation at UNSW
The UNSW Aviation Flying Program has been the subject of a major article recently featured in Australian Aviation.
UNSW is now accepting applications for the postgraduate Aviation programs for Semester 2, 2014.
QantasLink and UNSW Aviation formalise the work experience program. Tom Caska from QantasLink reports: For more information read here.
Former Bachelor of Aviation (Flying) student, David Bell, will be one of the first Australians to fly the F-35 for the RAAF
Boeing predicts a need for an additional 192,000 pilots and 215,000 technicians in the next 20 years in the Asia Pacific region
Providing a new pathway to UNSW for Australian Citizens and Permanent Residents in 2013
UNSW Aviation will be running ATPL theory courses in 2014.