List Of Aircraft Engineering Schools In Uganda
Aerospace engineering is the primary field of engineering concerned with the development of aircraft and spacecraft. It has two major and overlapping branches: aeronautical engineering and astronautical engineering.
Below are the List Of Aircraft Engineering Schools In Uganda
Uganda Aviation School
East African Civil Aviation Academy-Soroti
Uganda Aviation School-Kampala
Moriah Aviation Training Centre-Abayita Ababiri
Pangea Aviation Academy-Kajjansi
How do I become an aerospace engineer in Uganda?
Skills Required for an Aerospace Engineers
Tech/B.S or equivalent from a recognized institute to start career as an aerospace engineer. The bachelor’s degree in engineering is a 4year program offered to those candidates who have completed K-12 standard of education with physics, chemistry and mathematics. To get AME license, the first candidate should qualify the AME Entrance Exam and then take admission in AME Institute. Aircraft Maintenance Engineering Course is of duration of 4 years. In these 4 years, 2 years will be an academic program and other 2 years will be live training.
Which subjects are required for aircraft engineering?
The subjects required for Aeronautical Engineering courses are Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics in 12th with Science stream.
How many aviation schools are in Uganda?
There are six (6) flight schools in Uganda that offer different pilot training programs that you can choose from.
How much is a pilot paid in Uganda?
A Aircraft pilots and related associate professionals typically earns between USh508,672 and USh1,046,326 net per month at the start of the job. After 5 years of service, this is between USh702,702 and USh1,602,374 per month for a working week of 48 hours.