Positives: There is a lot to learn and the syllabus is written well. The activities including the lab practical’s are interesting and fun. There is encouragement from newer teaching staff to try different things and experiment.
Negatives: Some faculty can be hard to reach or sport a bad attitude. They know who they are hahaha. Others are not too engaged probably because they have been doing this for 30 years. I would always hear on the grape vine that the higher ups, so people in suits, always hand down bad things. That could be a contributing factor.
My advice to future students: If you are the kind of person that likes to pull things apart to see how they work then this degree is for you. Make sure this is what you want to do. Do some background research on what it is like to work in these industries. Understand what you are getting into so you can prepare your future and move forward.
I loved the atmosphere of the teachers and students. Great working ethics
Negatives would be not enough material taught about aviation
My advice to future students is: Study study study kids
Positives: learn about all aspects of aviation
Negative: teaching staff not experienced enough to be teaching the course
My advice to future students is: If you have a passion for flying and aviation go for it
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