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If you are enthusiastic about becoming a pilot or working in the airline industry, studying aviation at CQUniversity will be the launch pad to a rewarding career.

To gain a Commercial Pilot Licence or Command Instrument Rating, the Associate Degree of Aviation (Flight Operations) and the Graduate Diploma of Aviation (Flight Operations) equip you with the required academic and aeronautical knowledge and practical skills.

Study Aviation at CQuni

CQUni Aviation student Jesse Pierotti shares his love of flying and ambition to become a pilot. Transcript

The Bachelor of Aviation (Flight Operations) prepares you for a career as a professional airline pilot, managing a multi-crew environment. When studied alongside the Graduate Diploma of Aviation (Flight Operations) you will satisfy the knowledge requirements to apply for your Air Transport Licence. The Graduate Diploma of Aviation (Flight Operations) represents the flight training aspect of our Associate Degree and Bachelor of Aviation (Flight Operations).

As an international student, the Bachelor of Aviation (Commercial Pilot) is a great option to qualify as a commercial pilot.

COURSE SEARCH

There are 4 courses in total.
  • 2 years full-time, 4 years part-time
  • Level 6: Associate Degree
  • 3 Locations
    • Bundaberg
    • Cairns
    • Perth
    and Online
  • Domestic
  • 3 years full-time
  • Level 7: Bachelor Degree
  • Unknown
  • International
  • 3 years full-time, 6 years part-time
  • Level 7: Bachelor Degree
  • 3 Locations
    • Bundaberg
    • Cairns
    • Perth
    and Online
  • Domestic
  • 1 years full-time, 3 years part-time
  • Level 8: Graduate Diploma
  • 2 Locations
    • Bundaberg
    • Cairns
    and Online
  • Domestic

UNDERSTANDING AVIATION LICENCES

Transcript

These new courses being offered by CQUni are very exciting. They will give you everything you need to become an airline transport pilot – except the 1500 flight hours – and help make your move to first officer in a cockpit as seamless as possible.

Steve Thatcher

Foundation Professor and Head of Course

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