How to become an Aeronautical Engineer in Cambodia
Is becoming an Aeronautical Engineer a good career choice in Cambodia?
You are about to start a wonderful journey to becoming an Aeronautical Engineer at a time when aviation in Asia has a huge future.
The latest IATA reports show that the Asia Pacific region will be the biggest driver of demand through 2035, with more than half of new passenger traffic coming from the area. The same forecast predicts that four of the five fastest growing global markets will be in Asia.
This spells opportunity for those with the right skills especially if you look at the the following opportunities on your doorstep:
- Through 2037, China will need to acquire 7,400 new passenger and freight aircraft.
- Boeing says India will need 2,300 new airplanes in the next two decades.
- Airlines in Vietnam will expand their operations to include 400 total aircraft by 2030.
- Beijing’s Daxing Airport, opened in September 2019, is amongst one of the world’s largest airports servicing Asa and the Globe..
- The Asia Pacific region will need hundreds of thousands of new airline staff over the next 20 years.
In short – You have chosen a great career path to follow at the right time!
What are the requirements to become an Aeronautical Engineer?
To become an Aeronautical Engineer you need a Bachelor of Science in Aeronautics (BSA) degree majoring in aeronautical or aerospace engineering. It is recommended that qualified Aeronautical Engineers also pursue postgraduate study specializations and achieve a master’s degree.
The duration of the Bachelor of Science in Aeronautics (BSA) degree can vary based on what fields you choose to study and if you specialize directly after completing your degree. This could vary between 4 and 6 years.
What do Aeronautical Engineers do?
Aeronautical Engineers perform and supervise engineering work concerned with the design, development, manufacture, maintenance and modification of aircraft for flight. Aeronautical engineers are in high demand worldwide, and you can choose between careers with aircraft manufacturers, research and lecturing positions, and even motorsports.
What are the different jobs that Aeronautical Engineers can do?
Aeronautical engineers can work in multiple roles, but it is advantageous to specialize in a specific field. Here are some of the areas you could choose to work in:
- Space Aeronautics like NASA.
- Government such as the Air Force, research or development.
- Aircraft Manufacturers.
- Maintenance Repair.
- Flying Clubs.
- Aeronautical laboratories.
- Racing Car Design.
What are the different specializations that Aeronautical Engineers can follow?
An Aeronautical Engineer should choose an area to specialize in. Here are a couple of specializations that aeronautical engineers can choose from:
- Electronic Systems
- Aerospace Propulsion
- Ground Vehicle Systems
- Aircraft Structures and Materials
- Structural Analysis
- Transportation Systems
- Aerodynamics and Fluid Dynamics
- Structural Design and Engineering
- Instrumentation And Communication
- Navigational Guidance and Control Systems
Who Employs Aeronautical Engineers?
Here are a few employers who employ Aeronautical Engineers.
- Bell Helicopter
- Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore
- Dassault Aviation
- Emirates Airlines
- ExecuJet Asia
- International Air Transport Association
- International Civil Aviation Organization
- JetStar Asia
- KLM/Air France
- Korean Air
- Pratt & Whitney
- Qatar Airways
- Singapore Airlines
- ST Engineering
- Virgin Atlantic
What are the steps to becoming an Aeronautical Engineer?
Make sure your year 9 and 10 marks meet the entry requirements for early access to the AISPP and Embry-Riddle Aviation University early start programme.
Apply and be accepted for the Embry-Riddle Aviation online University for early access to the Aeronautical Engineering Degree .
Successfully complete the 8 online Embry-Riddle Aviation University Aeronautical Engineering courses whilst completing your College qualifications.
Successfully complete your high school diploma, your IB Diploma courses and CP certificate requirements.
Enroll for your second year at Embry-Riddle Aviation University for your Aeronautical Engineering degree.
Successfully complete your Bachelor of Science in Aeronautics (BSA) degree at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University.
AISPP is the best gateway for you to become an Aeronautical Engineer in Cambodia!
AISPP has made it possible for you to get a head start in your Aeronautical Engineer career whilst you are busy completing your high school diploma. AISPP has partnered with Embry-Riddle Aviation University to provide you with a dual enrolment pathway to your career as an Aeronautical Engineer.
The Bachelor of Science in Aeronautics (BSA) degree is designed specifically for students who desire to work in aviation-related careers and provides an opportunity to acquire aviation-specific knowledge through aviation-related coursework.
Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University is recognized as a leader in the aviation industry, producing quality graduates who can successfully enter and succeed in the workforce. The program is accredited by the Aviation Accreditation Board International (AABI). Many of the Embry-Riddle Aviation University graduates with Bachelor of Science in Aeronautics (BSA) degrees are recognized as trailblazers and exceptional leaders in the aviation and aerospace industries, including military general officers, astronauts and CEOs.
Choosing this pathway to jumpstart your career before you have completed High school is a smart choice.
How Does it work?
- This is a dual enrolment process that you will be required to complete at AISPP as part of their High School CP Programme.
- You will have to apply and be admitted to the Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University 2 years before you are due to complete your High School certificate.
- During the 2 years, you will need to complete 8 online courses. Each course carries 3 credits and takes 9 weeks to complete.
- On completion, you will receive a statement of results for all courses completed with your 24 credits and a certificate of completion.
- Successfully complete your high school diploma, your IB Diploma courses and CP programme requirements.
- Having been successful at all the above, you will move straight into your second year of your Aeronautical Engineering Degree at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University to complete your 4-year bachelor’s degree for your career in Aviation.
How Much Will it Cost?
What are the next Steps?
AISPP and Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University Partners in building your Aviation Career.