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"The Bachelor of Aviation Management was truly my calling. Papers like Air Crash Investigation and Airport Planning made me excited knowing that now I was going to be formally educated by professionals (most of whom have a wealth of industry experience)."
Izzaz says the BAvMan provided him with a broad range of knowledge about airports, airlines, aviation regulations and human factors, so he was initially unsure in which area of the aviation industry he wanted to work.
"Enrolling in Massey University’s Bachelor of Aviation Management was the best decision I ever made."
"With ever-increasing education inflation, a master’s degree would help me stand out from the crowd and give me a longer-term investment in myself."
"The BAvMan gave me an insight into the aviation industry including hands-on experience within the industry.I am now working towards my Master of Aviation (Professional Practice)."
I was immediately able to apply the skills and knowledge I learned at Massey to my work and they were a real boost to my professional career. In 2012 I was promoted to General Manager of the Aviation Safety and Regulations Department of CAAM.
Since graduating in 2010 Chuo-Sheng Leong has enjoyed a varied career in the aviation industry, starting work with Korean Air Lines at their Southeast Asia & Oceania Regional Headquarters in Kuala Lumpur on March 2011.
Aviation has always been my passion and I wanted to get into the aviation industry with a great knowledge of the important aspects affecting this industry, so I decided to do my Bachelor and Master degree in Aviation Management at Massey University in New Zealand.
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Last updated on Wednesday 19 October 2016