Grants for the 2016 (second semester) continuing training courses - Master in Airport Systems Management
THE CALL FOR MODULES IS FINISHED
Aena S.A. and the International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO) jointly organise and programme the project, which includes assigning and funding various grants for different modules in the Master's in Aeronautical System Management programme for 2016, to be given by the School of Aeronautics and Space Engineering (Escuela Técnica Superior de Ingeniería Aeronáutica) at Polytechnic University of Madrid. The Aena International Cooperation Programme is designed for civil aviation professionals in countries with historical ties to Spain, as well as those in any other country with technical cooperation needs, for the purpose of training professionals and helping develop air transport in these countries.
The 22nd editions of the Master's in Aeronautical System Management will offer the following modules, given throughout this year:
- 10 grants for the "Sustanability and environment" course (10 to 21 October).
- 10 grants for the "Airport Operations Management" course (7 to 18 November).
We are not ruling out the possibility of calling additional modules that have not been notified based on need or demand, or increasing the number of grants available per module, provided budget availability allows.
The conditions of the grant are attendance at classes in the afternoon and scheduled visits to Aena facilities in the morning, as detailed in Appendix 1.
The grants will be given preferentially to candidates from public institutions and those whose professional careers are directly linked with the course objectives. We will evaluate your letter of recommendation as well as any other institutional document endorsing the application.
The application period ends 30 days prior to the beginning of the corresponding module.
You will find out your result in the selection process within seven days following the deadline indicated - whether you have been chosen as a successful candidate or not. Candidates who have not been selected for a module will be able to apply for a place in subsequent modules by submitting a new application. In the event that they have submitted a multiple application for various courses, they will not need to resubmit their application.
Selected candidates who do not confirm acceptance of the grant in the seven calendar days following notification by Aena will automatically lose the grant, giving way to those on the waiting list.
Additional information on the various course contents is available on the website for the Master's in Aeronautical Systems Management of the School of Aeronautics and Space Engineering (Escuela Técnica Superior de Ingeniería Aeronáutica) at the Polytechnic University of Madrid, http://master.sataa.upm.es
The programme is managed by:
- Aena, S.A.
- Dirección de Gabinete de Presidencia – División de Apoyo a la Dir. Gral. y Cooperación Internacional (Chairman's Office - General Directorate and International Cooperation Support Division)
- Calle Arturo Soria, 109, 4th floor
- 28043 Madrid, Spain
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Telephone number: +34 91 321 11 25
- ICAO, International Civil Aviation Organisation
- Technical Cooperation Bureau
- Americas Section
- 999 University Street
- Montreal, Quebec, Canada, H3C 5H7
- Telephone number: +1 514 954 5870