Aircraft Maintenance Engineering | Cheapest University in UK

AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE ENGINEERING

An additional 25,000 aircraft
will require 480,000 engineers needed
By 2026

Year 1

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The first year of EASA is an exciting and rigorous time that sets the foundation for success in the field.

Two years of Aircraft Maintenance Engineering in Pakistan leads to a one-year top-up BSc Hons in Aircraft Maintenance Engineering that you can study in the UK at a competitive UK university.

Students will study the following courses during the first academic year. Instruction will be supported through formative and summative assessments with a focus on global employability skills. 

Mandatory for Part-66 AML Category B1 and B2 with the same level. 

Contents: Arithmetic, Algebra, and Geometry

Mandatory for Part-66 AML Category B1 and B2 with the same level. 

Contents: Matter, Mechanics, Thermodynamics, Optics (Light) and Wave Motion and Sound

Mandatory for Part-66 AML Category B1 and B2 with the same level. 

Contents: Electron Theory, Static Electricity and Conduction, Electrical Terminology, Generation of Electricity, DC Sources of Electricity, DC Circuits, Resistance/Resistor, Power, Capacitance/Capacitor, Magnetism, Inductance/Inductor, DC Motor/Generator Theory, AC Theory, Resistive (R), Capacitive (C) and Inductive (L) Circuits, Transformers, Filters, AC Generators and AC Motors.

Mandatory for Part-66 AML Category B1 with level-2 and for Category B2 with level-3. 

Contents: Semiconductors, Printed Circuit Boards, Servomechanisms

Mandatory for Part-66 AML Category B1 with level-2 and for Category B2 with level-3.

Contents: Electronic Instrument Systems, Numbering Systems, Data Conversion, Data Buses, Logic Circuits, Basic Computer Structure, Microprocessors, Integrated Circuits, Multiplexing, Fibre Optics, Electronic Displays, Electrostatic Sensitive Devices, Software Management Control, Electromagnetic Environment and Typical Electronic/Digital Aircraft Systems.

Mandatory for Part-66 AML Category B1 and B2 with the same level.

Contents: Physics of the Atmosphere, Aerodynamics, Theory of Flight and Flight Stability and Dynamics.

Mandatory for Part-66 AML Category B1 and B2 with the same level.

It has separate papers as MCQs and Essays.

Contents: General, Human Performance and Limitation, Social Psychology, Factors Affecting Performance, Physical Environment, Tasks, Communication, Human Error and Hazards in the Workplace.

Mandatory for Part-66 AML Category B1 with level-3.

It has only MCQs paper.

Contents: Fundamentals, Propeller Construction, Propeller Pitch Control, Propeller Synchronizing, Propeller Ice Protection, Propeller Maintenance and Propeller Storage and Preservation.

Students will study the following courses during the second academic year. Instruction will be supported through formative and summative assessments with a focus on global employability skills.

Mandatory for Part-66 AML Category B1 with level-3 and for Category B2 with level-2.

It has separate papers as MCQs and Essays.

Contents: Safety Precautions-Aircraft and Workshop,  Workshop Practices, Tools, Avionic General Test Equipment, Engineering Drawings, Diagrams and Standards, Fits and Clearances, Electrical Wiring Interconnection System (EWIS), Riveting, Pipes and Hoses, Springs, Bearings, Transmissions, Control Cables, Material handling, Welding, Brazing, Soldering and Bonding, Aircraft Weight and Balance, Aircraft Handling and Storage, Disassembly, Inspection, Repair and Assembly Techniques, Abnormal Events and Maintenance Procedures.

Mandatory for Part-66 AML Category B1 and B2 with the same level.

It has separate papers for MCQs and Essays.

Contents: Regulatory Framework, Certifying Staff — Maintenance, Approved Maintenance Organizations, Air operations, Certification of aircraft, parts and appliances, Continuing airworthiness and Applicable National and International Requirements.

Mandatory for Part-66 AML Category B1 with level-3.

Contents: Theory of Flight, Airframe Structures, Aeroplanes, Wings, Stabilizers, Flight Control Surfaces, Nacelles/Pylons, Air Conditioning and Cabin Pressurization, Instruments/Avionic Systems, Electrical Power, Equipment and Furnishings, Fire Protection, Flight Controls, Fuel Systems, Hydraulic Power, Ice and Rain Protection, Landing Gear, Lights, Oxygen, Oxygen, Water/Waste, On Board Maintenance Systems, Integrated Modular Avionics, Cabin Systems and Information Systems.

Mandatory for Part-66 AML Category B2 with level-3.

Contents: Theory of Flight, Structures, Autoflight, Communication/Navigation, Electrical Power, Equipment and Furnishings, Flight Controls, Instruments, Lights, On Board Maintenance Systems, Air Conditioning and Cabin Pressurization, Fire Protection, Fuel Systems, Hydraulic Power, Ice and Rain Protection, Landing Gear, Oxygen, Oxygen, Pneumatic/Vacuum, Water/Waste, Integrated Modular Avionics, Cabin Systems and Information Systems.

Mandatory for Part-66 AML Category B1 with level-3.

Contents: Fundamentals, Engine Performance, Inlet, Compressors, Combustion, Turbine, Exhaust, Bearings and Seals, Lubricants and Fuel, Lubrication Systems, Fuel Systems, Air Systems, Starting and Ignition Systems, Engine Indication Systems, Power Augmentation Systems, Turbo-prop Engines, Turbo-shaft Engines, Auxiliary Power Units, Powerplant Installation, Fire Protection Systems, Engine Monitoring and Ground Operation and Engine Storage and Preservation.

Year 2

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The program’s aim is to provide students with a firm understanding and hands-on experience in different aspects of aviation.

Low Tuition Fee

Save over 90% in Tuition Fee for the academic year 2023

A student opting to study in the UK would pay an average of £13,500 in tuition fee. ATH is excited to make the same program proression available with over 90% savings in the tuition fee. ATH maintains a transparency policy and does not levy any hidden fee. The following fee is inclusive of all fee to be paid by the student for Higher Nationals (Year 1) in Animation.

EASA Fee Structure

Admission Fee

PKR 150,000

Non-refundable fee paid at the time of admission

Semester Fee

(Four Months Semester) (Total 6 Semesters)

PKR 140,000

The complete fee is paid one week prior to the commencement of the semester

International EASA Exam Fee 

€ 115/Per Exam

The complete fee is paid one month prior to the exam

OJT Fee

PKR 8,000

Paid the first week of every month

Greetings! We are elated to share with you some fantastic news as ATH (Academic Training Hub) is committed to supporting and providing career counseling to high school students in unlocking their full potential by offering amazing opportunities that would shape and mold their future global careers. In line with this, we are thrilled to present our exclusive and tailor-made UK scholarships, designed specifically for Aerospace and Avionics Industry.

Our Early Bird Scholarship is an excellent chance for students to kick-start their careers before others. Further, the Aviation Student Scholarship that we offer will  cover over 15% of tuition fees, providing students with the best platform to pursue their passions in Aviation.

Moreover, the London Scholarship and Wales Scholarship are two outstanding opportunities available to talented students who have shown exceptional skills in Aerospace and Avionics, and those seeking to access the cutting edge Aviation industry in Wales. These scholarships aim to empower and motivate young minds, stimulate their creativity, and develop future leaders.

So don’t wait any longer and apply today to take the first step to study in the UK.

UK Scholarships

£125,000 of UK Scholarships for the academic year 2023

Final Year
Study in the UK

An additional 25,000 aircraft
will require 480,000 more engineers, per ICAO 480
By 2026

The BSc (Hons) Aircraft Engineering and Maintenance Systems top-up year in the UK provides a unique opportunity for students with a relevant foundation diploma or equivalent qualification to enhance their knowledge and skills in aircraft engineering. This program is designed to build upon the fundamental principles of aircraft engineering and maintenance.

During the top-up year in the UK, students delve deeper into areas such as aircraft systems, aviation legislation, safety management, and maintenance procedures. They gain a comprehensive understanding of advanced engineering principles, ensuring they are equipped to handle the complexities of modern aircraft.

The curriculum incorporates theoretical learning with practical hands-on experience, enabling students to apply their knowledge to real-world scenarios. They may engage in practical projects, laboratory work, and industry placements to further enhance their skills and industry exposure.

Jobs in London
& International

According to Boeing’s Technician Outlook: 2018 – 2037 report, the global demand for aeronautical technicians could reach as much as 754,000 over the next 20 years.

As it currently stands, the industry barely has enough hands on deck. As a result of this, there are major concerns that the industry will stop growing as a result of the shortage of aircraft engineers.

According to Boeing’s Technician Outlook: 2022 – 2041 report, Long-term demand for newly qualified aviation personnel remains strong, as 602,000 new pilots, 610,000 new maintenance technicians, and 899,000 new cabin crew members will be needed to fly and maintain the global commercial fleet over the next 20 years.