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Master in Air Transport Management - Where??

Old 5th May 2013, 11:45
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Master in Air Transport Management - Where??

Can any professional in the airline industry recommend a school/university where I can do a one year Masters in Air transport/Aviation? Cranfield, Paris, Berlin, ERAU, they all claim to be the best. Do airlines prefer students from a specific one? Are some educations better than others? Any advice from pros or alumni is very much appreciated!
I already have a Masters in Economics and about 10 years of working experience.
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Old 7th May 2013, 07:57
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Have a look at the Aviation Masters degree offered by UNSW (Sydney, Oz) It can be done by distance and on a part-time basis.

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