BS Aircraft Maintenance Engineering Technology

Program Introduction

An aircraft maintenance engineer plays an important role in the control, maintenance and repair of aircraft instrumentation and related aircraft equipment. They are equipped to set engine controls and test them for smooth operations.

The Bachelors in Aircraft Maintenance Engineering Technology (AMET) program at UMT is meant for such individuals who want to make a career as a skilled aircraft maintenance engineer. Under the supervision of competent professionals, the students are imparted high degree of technical knowledge and hands-on aircraft maintenance experience on operational aircraft at the airport.

The BS Aircraft Maintenance Engineering Technology degree has also been fortified with the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) Part-66 Aircraft Maintenance License Modules of B1.2 & B3 fully embedded and built-in within the university coursework. This gives you an opportunity to achieve a recognized industry qualification whilst you study for your degree. The program offers disciplines which cover the basics of aircraft design and assembly while focusing on aircraft maintenance and understanding of the role of maintenance management. Particular attention in curriculum is paid to the concept of ‘safety’ in the aerospace industry. Students are trained academically and given a solid platform for the up gradation of technology. The participants are taught to research, design, manufacture and maintain every mechanical piece of the craft while keeping in mind the airworthiness and safety standards.

The students are offered brilliant career opportunities in Aircraft Maintenance, Repair and Overhaul (MRO) Organization, Continuing Airworthiness Management Organizations (CAMO), aircraft leasing companies, aviation safety regulating authorities, maintenance training organizations, aviation education institutions and aircraft manufacturers.

Program Details

4 Years

- Minimum 50% marks in Intermediate / A-Level or equivalent and 

- 50% Marks in Matriculation

Qualifying the Entry Test and Interview

1199000
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