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European Aircraft Maintenance Engineering Program

European

Aircraft Maintenance Engineering Program

The Aviation Center at Institute of Space Technology is offering internationally recognized academic program Aircraft Maintenance Engineering (AME) License with specialization in the fields of Aerospace (B1.1 & B1.2) and Avionics (B2).

The Aircraft Maintenance Engineering License program is a balanced theory and practical-based course for acquiring a license to work on an aircraft for maintenance, recovery and overhaul. This aircraft maintenance course is recognized by the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) and gives you access to the real aircraft experience. We are the only university in Pakistan that has integrated the industry- standard aircraft maintenance qualification ‘EASA Part-66’ to be delivered on campus.

Primarily, after passing the Aircraft Maintenance License (AML) Category : B1 (Aerospace) or B2 (Avionics) Modules courses and completing the required Practical and On-Job Experience, you will be able to obtain a Part/ANO-66 Aircraft Maintenance Engineer License from PCAA or EASA NAA’s with high prospects of job in global aviation engineering. The University has a unique partnership with Heinze Akademie, Germany through Aviation Center to meet EASA standards for quality education.

Our courses have the reputation for Outcome Based Education (OBE) viz-a-viz excellence due to the emphasis placed on students achieving high standards of theoretical knowledge to pass European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) approved examination. At Aviation Center our learning focuses on practical technical abilities developed through hands-on training on in-house ground worthy aircraft, Aero-Engines & related equipment.

Duration

  • 3 Year EASA Program for A-levels/FSc students
  • 4 Year EASA Foundation Program for O-Levels/ Matric students.

Prospective students who have passed FSc and A-Levels, but fail to meet admission criteria will be offered conditional admission in 4 Year EASA Foundation Program.

Campus

  • Islamabad - Islamabad Highway Toll Plaza, 1 Islamabad Expressway, near Rawat، Sector H DHA Phase II, Islamabad, Islamabad Capital Territory 44000
  • Karachi - Institute of Space Technology (NCRG-IST) Karachi Campus, Sector 28, Gulzar-e-Hijri, SUPARCO Road, Karachi.

Start Date

  • Fall Intake: September, 2022
  • Spring Intake: January, 2023

The Aviation Center aims to provide high quality education and skills in the discipline of Aircraft

Maintenance Engineering; and provide competent and sufficient manpower to the airline industry and hence participate in socio-economic development of the nation. Not only students learn comprehensive theory, ATH also provides the means to gain practical experience in well-equipped on-site laboratories and workshops. During the course, ATH also endeavors to provide hands on experience in real workplace environments (subject to availability) through its partner initiatives in aviation sector resulting in possible internship and on job training opportunities.

Course Outline for 3 Year EASA Program EASA Foundation
Year 1
Course Code Course Title
AEM-201 Engineering Design
AEM-203 Engineering Science
AEM-204 Managing a Professional Engineering Project
AEO-225 Aircraft Electrical Power and Distribution Systems
AEO-226 Airframe Mechanical Systems
AEO-227 Composite Materials for Aerospace Applications
AME-207 Maintenance Practices
AME-217 Propeller
EASA
Year 2
Course Code Course Title
AEM-102 Engineering Mathematics
AEM-124 Aircraft Aerodynamics
AME-101 Mathematics
AME-102 Physics
AME-103 Electrical Fundamentals
AME-104 Electronics Fundamental
AME-105 Digital Techniques
AME-106 Aircraft materials and hardware
AME-108 Basic Aerodynamics
AME-109 Human Factors
AME-111 Aircraft aerodynamics, structure and systems
AME-115 Gas turbine engine
Year 3
Course Code Course Title
AEM-334 Research Project-I
AEM-334 Research Project-II
AEM-335 Professional Engineering Management
AEM-339 Further Mathematics
AEM-355 Aircraft Flight Control Systems
AEO-357 Aircraft Structural Integrity
AEO-359 Aircraft Gas Turbine Engine Design and Performance
AEO-360 Advanced Composite Materials for Aerospace Applications
AME-310 Aviation Legislation
AME-316 Piston Engine
Course Outline for 4 Year EASA Program EASA Foundation
Year 1
Course Code Course Title
AEM-101 Mechanical Principles
AEM-102 Delivery of Engineering Processes Safely as a team
AEM-103 Product Design and Manufacture in Engineering
AEM-106 Microcontroller Systems
AEM-107 Calculus to Solve Engineering Problems
AEO-119 Electronic Devices and Circuits
AEM-148 Aircraft Flight Principles and Practices
AEM-157 Electrical and Electronic Principles
AME-101 Mathematics
AME-102 Physics
AME-103 Electrical Fundamentals
AME-104 Basic Electronics
AME-105 Digital Techniques
AME-108/td> Basic Aerodynamics
Year 2
Course Code Course Title
AEO-225 Mechanical Behaviour of Metallic Materials
AEO-249 Aircraft Workshop methods and Practice
AEO-250 Aircraft Gas turbine Engines
AEO-251 Aircraft Propulsion Systems
AEO-252 Airframe construction and Repair
AEO-253 Airframe Mechanical Systems
AEO-254 Aircraft Electrical and Instrument System
AEO-255 Aircraft First line Maintenance Operations
AME-206 Aircraft Materials and hardware
AME-209 Human factors
AME-211 Aircraft aerodynamics, structure and systems
AME-115 Gas turbine engine
Year 3
Course Code Course Title
AEM-301 Engineering Design
AEM-302 Engineering Mathematics
AEM-303 Engineering Science
AEM-304 Managing a Professional Engineering Project
AEM-324 Aircraft Aerodynamics
AEO-325 Aircraft Electrical Power and Distribution Systems
AEO-326 Airframe Mechanical Systems
AEO-327 Composite Materials for Aerospace Applications
AME-307 Maintenance Practices
AME-317 Propeller
Year 4
Course Code Course Title
AEM-434 Research Project-I
AEM-434 Research Project-II
AEM-435 Professional Engineering Management
AEM-439 Further Mathematics
AEM-455 Aircraft Flight Control Systems
AEO-457 Aircraft Structural Integrity
AEO-459 Aircraft Gas Turbine Engine Design and Performance
AEO-460 Advanced Composite Materials for Aerospace Applications
AME-410 Aviation Legislation
AME-416 Piston Engine
  • Pre-requisites
    • Physics and Mathematics in intermediate are compulsory.
    • Pre-Medical students can apply after taking Additional Mathematics examination
    • Minimum Age = 16 Years
  • For 3-Year EASA Program
    • A-Levels – Minimum C Grade in Physics and Mathematics
    • FSc – Minimum 50% marks in final examination
    • ATH Entry Test – Minimum 60% marks
  • For 4-Year EASA Foundation Program
    • O-Levels – Minimum C Grade in Physics and Mathematics
    • Matric – Minimum 60% marks in final examination
    • ATH Entry Test – Minimum 60% marks
Aircraft Maintenance Engineering (AME) 3 Year Program
1. Aviation Training Hub Fees
Admission Fees Rs. 150,000 (Paid One Time)
Tuition fee Rs. 25,000 per month (Paid Quarterly)
2. International Certification Fees
International Certification Fees £ 300 (Paid Annually)
Exam Fee (16 exams) Rs. 28,000 per exam (Paid Quarterly))
3. Practical Experience (On Job Training at Airports/Flying Clubs)
OJT Fees Rs. 8,000 (Paid every 3 months starting from 2nd Semester)
One Year Foundation + AME (4 year Program)
1. Aviation Training Hub Fees
Admission Fees Rs. 150,000 (Paid One Time)
Tuition fee Rs. 25,000 per month (Paid Quarterly)
2. International Certification Fees
International Certification Fees £ 300 (Paid Annually)
Exam Fee (16 exams) Rs. 28,000 per exam (Paid Quarterly))
3. Practical Experience (On Job Training at Airports/Flying Clubs)
OJT Fees Rs. 8,000 (Paid every 3 months starting from 3rd Semester)
  • Application Process
    1. Register yourself by filling the Apply Now Form given on our website.
    2. After Registration you will be contacted by one of the Customer Service Representative.
    3. Book a date for your Entry Test.
  • What you’ll need to bring to the test:
    1. Three passport-size photographs
    2. FSC / A Levels Marksheet (Photocopy)
    3. Copy of C-NIC / B-Form
  • National

    Air transport in Pakistan is forecast to grow in the next 20 years under the “current trends” scenario. This would result in an additional 22.8 million passenger departures by 2038. If met, this increased demand would support approx. US $9.3 billion of GDP and around 786,300 jobs.

  • International

    Based on the Boeing pilot technician outlook respected industry forecast, in the next 20 years, airlines will add 44,040 new aircraft to the current 17,000 strong commercial fleet. By 2038, the industry will need 769,000 new technicians to maintain these aircrafts. Clearly, the international market has a huge requirement of Air Maintenance Engineers. AMEL graduates enjoy a high employability rate. With a career path tailored towards becoming Licensed Aircraft Maintenance Engineers, they mainly work with airline engineering departments or support aircraft maintenance organizations.

  1. What will be the career opportunities after AMEL Program?
    Our EASA licensed graduates work at renowned flying clubs, airline operators and MROs in Pakistan and internationally. They are mostly employed within engineering departments and quality departments. Remember, the Aviation industry is rapidly growing in a globalized world.
  2. Where are Aircraft Maintenance Engineers employed?
    Most Aircraft Maintenance Engineers work at Airlines, Maintenance Repair & Overhaul Organizations, Aircraft Manufacturing Companies, Aircraft Part Manufacturing Companies, Aircraft Operation Organizations, Flying Clubs, Aviation Training Centers and Army Aviation and Airforce.
  3. What is the average strength of students in a batch?
    At ATH, we follow international practice and standards. As per aviation regulatory requirements, we enroll a maximum of 28 students in a batch
  4. Is the EASA program offered through IST?
    The EASA program is instructed by ATH under IST’s Department of Aeronautics and Astronautics.
  5. What is the difference between B1 and B2?
    B1 is an EASA license certification for aircraft structure and engines (Mechanical). B2 is an EASA license certification for aircrafts avionics systems (Electrical).
  6. What are the related work fields and organizations?
    The working sectors where an Aircraft Maintenance Engineer can do work:
    • Airlines
    • Maintenance
    • Aircraft Manufacturing Companies
    • Aircraft Part Manufacturing Companies
    • Aircraft Operation Organizations
    • Flying Clubs
    • Aviation Training Centers
    • Army Aviation and Airforce
    And any place where an aircraft is used in civil: Wherever aircraft are used, they require to be maintained by authorized Aircraft Maintenance Engineer.
  7. What are the number of papers for B1, B1.2 and B2?
    To apply for an EASA B1 license, the student must pass 16 EASA papers (13 Mcqs and 3 Essays).
    To apply for an EASA B2 license, the student must pass 15 EASA papers (12 Mcqs and 3 Essays).
  8. Are hostel facilities provided by the Institute?
    Yes, separate on-campus hostel facilities for both boys and girls are available. Students are encouraged to apply at the earliest as these services are available on a first come first serve basis.
  9. Does the Institute provide Transport facilities for students?
    Yes, the Institute provides transport facilities on request. Students are encouraged to query at the time of admissions.
  10. What is the passing criteria for the exams?
    The EASA program is very academic. Students must secure a minimum of 75% marks in each module
  11. What is the Eligibility criteria?
    Prospective students must have attained a minimum of 50% marks in Matric/O-levels or 50% marks in Fsc/A-levels. Additionally, prospective students must secure 60% marks in the Entry Test.
  12. Can we work with an EASA license in Pakistan?
    Yes, an EASA license holder can work and certify aircrafts in Pakistan after passing PCAA legislation requirements.
  13. Is there a student life that I can look forward to?
    ATH promotes co-curricular and extra-curricular activities. We welcome you to be a part of the ATH team and be involved in promoting a healthy student life through ATH Student Affairs.

FAQ'S

Our EASA licensed graduates work at renowned flying clubs, airline operators and MROs in Pakistan and internationally. They are mostly employed within engineering departments and quality departments. Remember, the Aviation industry is rapidly growing in a globalized world.

Most Aircraft Maintenance Engineers work at Airlines, Maintenance Repair & Overhaul Organizations, Aircraft Manufacturing Companies, Aircraft Part Manufacturing Companies, Aircraft Operation Organizations, Flying Clubs, Aviation Training Centers and Army Aviation and Airforce.

At ATH, we follow international practice and standards. As per aviation regulatory requirements, we enroll a maximum of 28 students in a batch.

The EASA program is instructed by ATH under IST’s Department of Aeronautics and Astronautics.

B1 is an EASA license certification for aircraft structure and engines (Mechanical).
B2 is an EASA license certification for aircrafts avionics systems (Electrical).

The working sectors where an Aircraft Maintenance Engineer can do work:

  • Airlines
  • Maintenance
  • Aircraft Manufacturing Companies
  • Aircraft Part Manufacturing Companies
  • Aircraft Operation Organizations
  • Flying Clubs
  • Aviation Training Centers
  • Army Aviation and Airforce

 

And any place where an aircraft is used in civil: Wherever aircraft are used, they require to be maintained by authorized Aircraft Maintenance Engineer.

To apply for an EASA B1 license, the student must pass 16 EASA papers (13 Mcqs and 3 Essays).

To apply for an EASA B2 license, the student must pass 15 EASA papers (12 Mcqs and 3 Essays).

Yes, separate on-campus hostel facilities for both boys and girls are available. Students are encouraged to apply at the earliest as these services are available on a first come first serve basis.

Yes, the Institute provides transport facilities on request. Students are encouraged to query at the time of admissions.

The EASA program is very academic. Students must secure a minimum of 75% marks in each module.

Prospective students must have attained a minimum of 50% marks in Matric/O-levels or 50% marks in Fsc/A-levels. Additionally, prospective students must secure 60% marks in the Entry Test.

Yes, an EASA license holder can work and certify aircrafts in Pakistan after passing PCAA legislation requirements.

ATH promotes co-curricular and extra-curricular activities. We welcome you to be a part of the ATH team and be involved in promoting a healthy student life through ATH Student Affairs.

Course Overview

There are two specializations available in the AMEL Program

Aviation Training Hub

Description

The AMEL is a 3 year EASA-certified, skill-based training program that lands you a placement in the world’s leading airlines directly after graduation. Interested candidates can come in as scheduled to attend informative seminars on the course and get answers to FAQs.

In addition to the 40 min test, students can also benefit from a campus tour to observe classrooms, labs, The Hangar and hostel facilities.

Registration Starts

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Course Starts

Enrollment occurs on a rolling basis every 3 months. Find the schedule of classes here.

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Pakistan’s most renowned Aircraft Maintenance Engineering Program

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