Click here to download course brochure
Download PSEA Form (Applicable only to Singaporean and Singapore PR) – to submit on the first day of briefing
Download Student Enrolment Form – to submit on the first day of briefing
Next Course Date
1 year full-time:
25 March 2019 to 24 March 2020 (10th Intake)
23 September 2019 to 22 September 2020 (11th Intake)
2 years part-time:
25 March 2019 to 24March 2021 (9th Intake)
23 September 2019 to 22 September 2021 (10th Intake)
*The actual course date to be advised
Close one month before the course commencement date.
Full-time Top Up: 1 year
Part-time: 2 years
Course Commencement is subjected to the minimum number of participants
– Non-refundable and is payable upon submission of application.
– Singaporeans and Singapore PR: SGD200
– Foreigners living outside Singapore: SGD500
Course Fee: SGD20,000
Part-Time course is payable in two equal instalments
ALL FEES QUOTED ABOVE EXCLUDE GST
This course designed as a Top Up for the Foundation Degree in Aircraft Engineering (FdEng) and provides an Incorporated Engineer status with the Royal Aeronautical Society, United Kingdom.
Kingston University London in conjunction with KLM UK Engineering Ltd, design and delivery of this course. This course is accredited by the Royal Aeronautical Society, United Kingdom.
For direct link to the Kingston University Website, click here.
If you are interested in a career in aircraft maintenance engineering and would rise to the challenge of maintaining a plane, this is the course for you.
Offers an opportunity for licensed aircraft maintenance engineers to obtain an academic qualification and recognition of their training / experience
Designed as a ‘Top Up’ final year programme for the graduates of the Foundation Degree in Aircraft Engineering (FdEng). It is also suitable for Part-66 licensed aircraft engineers seeking a full degree.
- AE6200 Individual Project (Aircraft IEng)
- AE6201 Aircraft Maintenance Operations
- AE6204 Aerospace Technology
- AE6601 Air Transport Economics
Student – Lecturer Ratio
Theory: Lecturer to Students is 1:32
Learning And Teaching Methods
All classes will be a mix of lectures and project works.
ATTC courses are assessed by written examination and project works.
The basic requirement is a Foundation Degree in Aircraft Engineering (FdEng), or a SAR / EASA Part 66 Cat B1.1 or B2 licence, or its equivalent. Applicants who have completed an EASA or JAR *approved course, but do not hold a category B1.1 or B2 licence will be considered on a case by case basis by Kingston University if they have an academic qualification similar to the Foundation Degree in Aircraft Engineering (FdEng).
Note: Applicant without Kingston University’s Foundation Degree in Aircraft Engineering (FdEng) needs to sit for a qualifying entrance test prior to acceptance into the Bachelor of Science (Honours) Aircraft Engineering – Top Up.
* Subject to the authorities conditions
Upon successful completion and passed all necessary modules assessments, written examinations and project works. Graduates will be awarded the ‘Bachelor of Science (Honours) Aircraft Engineering’ by Kingston University London
The information provided are the most current at the point of publishing and may be subject to changes. ATTC has the right to make changes to course fees, course syllabus, duration and admission requirements without notice.