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MSc in Aviation Finance

Course Description

New MSc Aviation Finance starting Sept. 2015

Do you want to work in a dynamic global industry where Ireland is the international hub?

Are you ready to acquire the knowledge & skills that could see you making multimillion € aviation finance funding decisions?

At UCD Smurfit School, we have the first and only master’s degree in Aviation Finance in Europe.

The MSc in Aviation Finance aims to advance students understanding of all aspects of aviation finance, with specific focus on the practical features of global aviation markets. It encourages students to develop creative and analytical approaches to problem solving in the aviation finance and leasing sphere and to enhance interpersonal and leadership skills. It is suitable for graduates from a wide variety of disciplines including business, economics, finance, engineering and science who want to pursue a career in the highly dynamic sector of Aviation Finance & Leasing.

Visit the MSc in Aviation Finance page on the University College Dublin website for more details!

Entry Requirements

A minimum second-class honours degree (or equivalent) in Business/Commerce (with quantitative subjects), Economics, Finance, Engineering, Mathematics, Physics or a Finance related area ORA primary degree with a minimum of three years’ work experience in the aviation industry.

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