Yesterday by videoconference, Isabel Pardo de Vera, the Secretary of State for Transport, Mobility and the Urban Agenda, inaugurated the third edition of the ENAIRE Inter-University Master's in Air Navigation Services Management, which was developed by ENAIRE and the Polytechnic and Autonomous Universities of Madrid in collaboration with the International Civil Aviation
"We are committed to training future air navigation leaders and managers", noted Pardo de Vera, who further stated that "the Master's combines knowledge and actual case studies, with a focus on strategy and the development of the managerial and decision-making skills needed to solve
problems in a complex and constantly changing sector".
"The goal of the Master's degree is to give candidates the specialised technical, operational and management skills needed to gain a broad understanding of air navigation services and the challenges facing the sector", explained Pardo de Vera.
For his part, ENAIRE's CEO, Ángel Luis Arias, emphasised that "the Master's degree is taught by a group of instructors from the industry and academia who are highly qualified in the subjects they teach, combining specialised knowledge and real-world experience, as well as teaching skills".
Ángel Luis Arias also pointed out that the good performance of the Master's degree with each passing edition is due to the continuous improvements made and to being jointly developed by ENAIRE, UPM and UAM. The programme currently has the TRAINAIR PLUS programme certification from ICAO.
Who the programme is for
This Master's is mainly intended for ENAIRE professionals, international service providers and other organisations in the sector: airlines, airport managers, regulators and supervisors, military authorities, weather service providers, as well as the technology industry, consultants and university graduates interested in the sector. The characteristics of the participants will be conducive to business networking and, as they share their experiences, the students will gain a detailed picture of the sector.
ENAIRE's Master's Degree in Air Navigation Services Management can be done online or in-person in Madrid, as decided by the student. Upon completion of each module, ENAIRE will issue a professional diploma that accredits the candidate as an Air Navigation Services specialist. Once the
modules and the master's thesis are complete, the students receive a Master's degree, issued jointly by the UPM and UAM, as well as a certificate issued by ICAO.
The programme will finish by 1 July 2023, and the 2022-23 edition will be taught in Spanish.
To enrol in the Master's degree, the requirements are:
- Bachelor's or graduate degree from a Spanish university, or an
- equivalent degree.
- Foreign university degrees, provided they allow access to
- postgraduate studies in the country of issue.
- Previous experience or university training in the aviation sector.
The Polytechnic University of Madrid has launched a registration service for the master's degree, which is available at the following link. For more information, you can write to email@example.com