Advanced Diploma in Aircraft Engineering Technology

JPT/BPP(R/525/5/0018)04/22, (MQA/FA1380)
Introduction

Gain a higher qualification, which will help you climb the career ladder in this highly lucrative field. This programme is designed to give students a deeper understanding of various courses first encountered in the Diploma in Aircraft Maintenance Engineering programme.

Maintenance Engineering as equivalent to its Foundation Degree programme. As such, Diploma graduates, upon completing the Advanced Diploma Programme, will be awarded the BEng (Hons) in Aircraft Engineering from Kingston University, London, alongside the Nilai University Advanced Diploma in Aircraft Engineering Technology.

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Intake Periods
Jan
Jun
Oct
Entry Requirements

Pass Nilai University Diploma in Aircraft Maintenance Engineering (Minimum CGPA 2.00) and pass SPM English

English Language Requirements

(for international students)*

IELTS 5.0
TOEFL 500 (PBT)/61(iBT)
Pearson 36
MUET 3

*International students with qualifications from educational systems where English language is the main medium of instruction are exempted from this requirement.

International students who do not fulfil the English Language Requirements may join the Intensive English Programme at Nilai University which builds their skills in the language and prepares them for the TOEFL examination

Programme Module

CORE

  • Research Methods and Design
  • Aerospace Technology I
  • Aerospace Technology II
  • Air Transport Economics I
  • Air Transport Economics II
  • Aircraft Maintenance Operations I
  • Aircraft Maintenance Operations II
  • Aircraft Engineering Individual Project I
  • Aircraft Engineering Individual Project II
  • Aviation Safety

PROGRAMME EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVE (PEO)

The aims of the field are to produce aircraft maintenance engineers who:

PEO 1 possess a technical knowledge of the broader aspects of aircraft maintenance outside the scope of knowledge gained from aircraft maintenance engineering diploma and work experience within aircraft maintenance industry;
PEO 2 develop and enhance the academic, professional and personal skills necessary for registration as Incorporated Engineers;
PEO 3 possess knowledge and skills necessary for them to exploit their potential in the furtherance of their careers and ultimately become proficient managers in the aircraft maintenance industry.

PROGRAMME LEARNING OUTCOME (PLO)

At the end of this programme, graduates should be able to:

PLO 1 apply knowledge of fundamental principles of aerodynamics, propulsion, structures and materials to aircraft performance problems;
PLO 2 analyse well-defined engineering problems in aircraft engineering and airline transport;
PLO 3 formulate solutions to well-defined technical problems in aircraft engineering and air transport industry;
PLO 4 assist in the formulation of systems, components or processes to meet specified needs;
PLO 5 conduct investigations of well-defined aircraft engineering problems;
PLO 6 apply appropriate techniques, resources, and aircraft engineering tools to well-defined engineering activities, with an awareness of the limitations;
PLO 7 demonstrate an awareness of and consideration for societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and their consequent responsibilities;
PLO 8 communicate effectively with the engineering community and society at large;
PLO 9 function effectively in a diverse technical team;
PLO 10 demonstrate an understanding of professional ethics, responsibilities and norms of engineering practices;
PLO 11 demonstrate skills in aircraft engineering management, business practices, entrepreneurships;
PLO 12 demonstrate an understanding of the impact of aircraft engineering practices, taking into account the need for sustainable development;
PLO 13 recognise the need for professional development and to engage in independent and lifelong learning.
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Programme Pathway

1 year
Duration of Study

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