View all Bachelor's Programs in Aviation in Latvia
A bachelor's degree is awarded at the successful completion of an undergraduate academic program. It is often the first degree a student received in his or her academic career. It typically takes four years of full-time study to earn a bachelor’s degree.
A Bachelor’s degree in Aviation will prepare students to become commercial pilots. It will also teach about aviation management, human factors, and aviation technology. As commercial flight has different possible career outcomes, graduates might expect to work in charter flights, instruction, agricultural spraying, surveillance or photography.
Latvia has both fee-paying and state-financed higher education. The country has two kinds of higher education courses. These include the academic and professional programs. There are three levels of academic higher education – bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral studies. The climate in the country favors various winter sports and recreation activities such as ice skating, skiing and ice hockey. International students prefer studying in Latvia due to its social life, arts and cultural institutions. The country’s culture is easy to adopt to.
Knowledge and skills: The student receives knowledge and acquires practical skills in the following spheres: aircraft design and structure, detection and deletion of generic failures, operation and maintenance of aviation equipment, use of technical and operational documents, the role of an engineer in the structure of airline.
The student receives knowledge and acquires practical skills in the air transport systems management, prevention of emergency situations and obtains PPL, CPL, ATPL (froze
Degree: Professional bachelor of aviation
Qualification: Engineer of air transport systems management (pilot)
Training duration: 4 - 4,5 years
Knowledge and skills: The student receives knowledge and acquires practical skills in the air transport systems management, prevention of emergency situations and obtains PPL, CPL, ATPL (frozen) licenses which allow him to work as an airline pilot.