CareerCenter – FAQ
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Which subjects are the most important?
Aerospace Technology is a technical field of study. Good math, physics and chemistry knowledge help to get in. In any case you should bring along enthusiasm for math. If you dislike integral and differential calculus a lot, you should reconsider you choice of study. In the end you would like to calculate satellite orbit or rockets. And how shall that work out without sufficient physics and math knowledge?
Which average grades are necessary?
Differing data according to UNI. Most universities have a number of terms tob e waited. The higher your average grades the less waiting terms.
What are the jobs in aerospace and aviation?
A short career guide in aviation
How do I get an internship in aviation?
There are a lot of job markets for the aviation industry that also offer internships such as:
Job offers on company websites, e.g.
Do I need foreign languages?
Besides technical understanding and the logical ability to think it is important that you have profound knowledge of English. When doing practical work you definitely need English in the international aviation industry.
Which universities offer studies in aerospace and aviation?
What does the market situation, future perspectives and chances of a permanent position look like?
The perspectives in aviation are very promising. Parallel to the increasing sales rates the demand of qualified personnel rises. Employer try to meet the upcoming personnel shortage by offering attractive job packages and a good chance for a permanent job.
How much do I earn?
Generally jobs in aviation are very well paid. The average yearly salary is about 56.256 Euro.
The following link contains detailed information on jobs including charts.