Master Aeronautical Management

Specialized knowledge of management in the aviation industry

Your Master for the aviation industry

The full-time Master's program in Aeronautical Management is designed specifically for pilots and engineers. Through modules such as Aeronautical Business Administration, Risk Management in Flight Activities, International and Aviation Law, Simulation of Aeronautical Logistics Systems, Modelling and Simulation, Control Systems and Human Factors in Leadership, you will gain in-depth expertise.

Our faculty of these modules are made up of professors and lecturers with practical experience from the various areas of the aviation industry. Through discussion groups, group work, case studies and seminars, you will have the opportunity to professionally develop your skills and knowledge of this international industry.

Key Facts

Degree Master of Engineering
Study start November 2024
Application deadline

March 31, 2024

Accreditation AQAS
  • Aviation-related first degree
    A minimum of 1 year of relevant experience as a pilot, in aircraft maintenance or in the aviation industry
  • High English proficiency (IELTS 6,0; TOEFL iBT min. 80)
  • All documents must be provided in English (or German)
  • Sufficient financial resources for tuition fees and living costs in Bremen
  • The ambition to develop a career in the international aviation industry
Language English
Duration & type 2 semester / full-time
Group size max. 20 students
Tuition fees €8,500 plus an additional semester fee of roughly €350 per semester

Course of Studies

International Law/Airlaw

In International Law/Airlaw we deal with the interpretation and application of national, supranational and international law (basics and methods) with regard to aviation and airlaw. Learn more


Air Transport Business Administration

Air Transport Business Administration deals with global air transport businesses and markets and international logistics. Additionally, students participate in practical trainings to prepare them to make an own economical decisions. Learn more

Management Systems

Management Systems will enable students to operate in a leading position under consideration of the actual challenge of the market. Learn more

Human Factors in Leadership

Human Factors in Leadership aims to impart knowledge and methods in order to enable  independent orientation in dynamic systems with variable regulations. Students will develop interdisciplinary problem solving strategies and will be able to adapt these in the field of engineering and aeronautical management. Learn more

Master Thesis

In the master thesis students have to deal intensively with a research project or case study and put it in writing in the form of a scientific paper. Learn more

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