Articulation Pathway

Bachelor of Aviation (Griffith University)

Griffith University offers one of Australia’s largest and most highly renowned aviation teaching programs. We are excited to be able to offer an articulation pathway for students wanting to join Griffith’s fantastic Bachelor of Aviation program.

Bachelor of Aviation Overview

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3 Years, 240 Credit Points

Academic Qualifications

Diploma & Bachelor

Pilot
Qualifications

CPL, MECIR & FIR (Optional)
Diploma of Aviation (Commercial Pilot License) + Diploma of Aviation (Instrument Rating) =
80 Credit Points

STAGE 1 @ Learn To Fly Melbourne

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Griffith University Articulation Pathway

Griffith University has over 25 years of experience in providing aviation teaching programs and has built a strong reputation worldwide for providing high-quality commercial pilot graduates. With strong industry ties and a large presence in aviation research, the Griffith University Bachelor of Aviation program is the perfect stepping-stone to your career as a pilot. Choosing this articulation pathway can mean that you are able to be ready to start working professionally in a wider range of aviation jobs sooner.

Pathway To Bachelor of Aviation

Completing the AVI50219 Diploma of Aviation (Commercial Pilot Licence – Aeroplane) and AVI50519 Diploma of Aviation (Instrument Rating – Aeroplane) courses with Learn To Fly in Melbourne usually takes 18 months, and allows you to qualify for the Griffith University Bachelor of Aviation program via Advanced Standing (with 80 credit points). To achieve the Bachelor of Aviation, you are then required to obtain a further 160 credit points while studying at least 6 majors and 10 elective subjects at Griffith University. Based on 15-20 hours of study per week, this usually takes 18 months to complete. This means that in just 3 years, you are able to complete 3 highly-regarded aviation qualifications (Commercial Pilot Licence, Multi-Engine Command Instrument Rating and Bachelor of Aviation).

3 Qualifications In 3 Years

We also offer a range of optional courses that can enhance your career advantages even further. You can choose to complete a Flight Instructor Rating (FIR) course immediately after obtaining your Diplomas. This takes just an extra 3 months and allows you to potentially take on paid work as a Flight Instructor and build flying hours while you are studying the Bachelor of Aviation program. Bachelor of Aviation graduates looking to work in the airline industry can also take advantage of our highly successful Airline Interview Coaching Session course. When you graduate from this articulation pathway you will be ready to start your career as a pilot, with training and qualifications that can open the door to a thriving aviation career.

    Start your journey here

  • 60 weeks

    • Step 1A | AVI50219 Diploma of Aviation (CPL)

      Integrated CASA Part 142 training that takes students through RPL, PPL and CPL syllabus, combining practical and theory training. At the conclusion of training, students receive their Commercial Pilot Licence (CPL) and AVI50219 Diploma of Aviation (Commercial Pilot Licence) certificate.

  • 12 weeks

    • Step 1B | AVI50519 Diploma of Aviation (Instrument Rating)

      The training syllabus is completed in multi-engine aircraft and our state-of-the-art LTF simulators. Students receive their Multi-Engine Command Instrument Rating (MECIR) and AVI50519 Diploma of Aviation (Instrument Rating) certificate at the conclusion of training.

  • 10 weeks
    (Optional)

    • Step 2 (OPTIONAL) | Flight Instructor Rating

      Students who complete this optional training with LTF can obtain a Flight Instructor Rating qualification, which allows them to start working as a Flight Instructor and begin to accumulate flying hours while studying the Bachelor of Aviation program concurrently.

  • 18 Months

    • Step 3 | Bachelor of Aviation @ Griffith University

      The Bachelor of Aviation requires 240 credit points, meaning that LTF articulation pathway students will need to accumulate a further 160 credit points across 6 major and 10 elective subjects. The study can be completed online, and usually takes 18 months. Graduates will receive a Bachelor of Aviation certificate.

  • 1 week
    (Optional)

    • Step 4 (OPTIONAL) | Airline Interview Coaching Session

      Airline pilot hopefuls can complete our Airline Interview Coaching Session course, facilitated by a Check and Training Captain with a major international airline. This course has provided a distinct advantage to more than 200 successful airline applicants for a range of airlines around the world.

Step-by-step to obtain a bachelor.

Articulation Pathway Details

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