All information you need about our Advanced Masters. All ENAC’s Advanced Master are taught entirely in English.
ENAC Advanced Masters offer
Advanced Masters in parntership with IATA :
Advanced Master in parntership with ACI :
How to apply
Applicants for an “Advanced Master” program must have a Master’s degree in science or in engineering or management according to selected program, or a Bachelor’s degree with at least 3 years of professional experience.
Requested language qualification :
- TOEFL (Paper-based): 550
- TOEFL (IBT): 79
- TOEIC: 785
- IELTS: 6.5
- CAE Cambridge...
Selection and admission to ENAC Masters and Advanced Masters at :
Selection and admission made by admission committees organized from February to July.
What is an "Advanced Master" (Mastère Spécialisé) ?
“Mastère Spécialisé” or “Advanced Master” is a post-Masters program created by the French "Conférence des Grandes Écoles", which conferred this collective trademark on Engineering or business schools. An Advanced Master is a full-time, one-year program including theoretical lectures, tutorials, case studies, internship, and individual professional thesis. It is usually aimed at students or professionals who already have a Master’s degree, and would like either to specialize or expand their knowledge and experience in an advanced field where the industry has identified genuine needs. Advanced Masters delivered by ENAC provide attendees with the latest knowledge and know-how in specific domains to strengthen graduate employability in the exciting world of aeronautics and civil aviation across the globe.
Facing new challenges, companies increasingly seek experts with strong grounding in engineering and management, who can create value and develop innovation in practical managerial issues. With its Advanced Masters, ENAC provides the worldwide aviation market with experts with a global view as well as awareness of technological complexity and competitiveness.
Air transport depends on high-tech sectors in aeronautics and space, related to computing, electronics and the management of complex systems. Human factors also play an ever more important role in achieving the permanent goal of increased levels of safety. Air transport organizations including airlines, airports, aircraft manufacturers as well as Air Navigation Service Providers have been faced for a number of decades with increasing financial and economic constraints. The operational environment is also in a state of continual evolution, and all of these factors require a considerable adaptability.