IATOM is a two year-degree accredited by the French Ministry of Education for those students who hold a Bachelor degree in a relevant subject. Located in Toulouse, a major centre for science and technology and the European aviation capital, ENAC is a gateway to air transport worldwide, recognized by ICAO and major civil aviation organizations as one of the world’s leading air transport educational institutions.
The IATOM Master aims at providing both technical and management expertise necessary to a future manager in an international aeronautical company.
It is designed to emphasize the application of up-to-date engineering and management concepts or methods in use in this industry. The IATOM Master provides graduates with in-depth knowledge in aeronautical engineering, project management, IT tools and aircraft operations and environment.
Two options are possible, focusing either on certification, airworthiness and safety or on economics, strategy and aircraft environment.
It allows answering to the aeronautical industry demands in terms of innovative
and adaptable engineers they need to strengthen and develop their business.
Entry requirements Master IATOM
Applicants must have bachelor’s degrees in mechanical, aeronautics, aerospace or equivalents. Strong pre-requisites in mathematics are requested.
|Tuition fees||EU Citizen||Non EU-Citizen|
|Normal Fee||Early Bird||Normal Fee||Early bird|
|Master IATOM||9 740€||None||19 480€||None|
Selection and admission made by admission committees organized from December to July.