Course in Aeronautical Engineering in Leeds in United Kingdom

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Aeronautical Engineering

Universities and colleges set their own admission requirements for higher education courses, so they vary broadly. Depending on the course, graduate student may be able to get into higher education with a range of qualifications. If you're applying to do a Foundation Degree course, you may find that work experience is taken into consideration alongside any qualifications you have. Some higher education institutes and colleges offer Foundation Years as preparation for a certain degree courses. They usually don't result in separate criteria as they simply qualify you to enter the degree program itself. Foundation Years aren't within reach for all degree courses, however.

Courses in an aeronautical engineering program will usually be heavily geared towards basic engineering, mathematics and physics. These programs may also be referred to as aerospace engineering and prepare students to design and build aircraft.

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Instrument Rating Course

Advanced Flight Training
Campus Full time 55 hours August 2017 United Kingdom Leeds

Pilots need Instrument Rating in order to fly under instrument flight rules (IFR). [+]

Course Studies in Aeronautical Engineering in Leeds in United Kingdom. Pilots need Instrument Rating in order to fly under instrument flight rules (IFR). Pre-Entry Requirements: Before commencing the course applicants for an IR shall: Hold at least a PPL (A) The privileges to fly at night in accordance with FCL.810 i; or An ATPL in another category of aircraft; or A CPL (A). Have completed at least 50 hours of cross-country flight time as PIC in Aeroplanes, helicopters or airships of which at least 10 hours shall be in Aeroplanes. Have completed the EASA, IR or ATPL theoretical knowledge exams. The instrument rating flight test must be passed within 36 months of passing the final written exam. Hold a valid medical. If training for a multi-engine Instrument Rating hold a valid multi engine piston class rating or have completed the training for the MEP class rating. All applicants must hold a valid FRTOL. Course Structure: Considering most candidates will be completing the IR course on the MEP aeroplane, The standard IR (A) Training course is a 55 hour course, 40 Hours on FNPT II, 15 Hours on MEP aircraft. If the candidate either holds a CPL (A) or Basic Instrument Flight Module (BIFM) certificate then the initial BIFM may be reduced by up to 10 hours as follows: A BIFM is not required if the candidate holds either a CPL, has completed the CPL course and passed the Skills Test, or already holds a BIFM course Completion Certificate. Any Student... [-]