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MSc Air Transport Management City Uni - anyone done it?

Old 21st Feb 2021, 20:58
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MSc Air Transport Management City Uni - anyone done it?


Iím an aircraft engineer looking to expand my horizons and really interested in the MSc Air Transport Management at City Uni. Has anyone got any experience doing it? How did you find it? How was the introductory workshop? I donít want to spend £800 if Iím unlikely to pass haha!

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Old 22nd Feb 2021, 09:39
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I haven't, but work in another university and know a lot of the people who deliver the City course - they are very good and very dedicated. It's an impressive course.

The other, similarly titled course that you might look at is at Cranfield.

If you pick the right options you can also do a BEng and MSc in aeronautical engineering from the OU now. That seems pretty good.
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