AMI (Air Mauritius Institute)'s mission is to provide Aeronautical Training in Mauritius and in the SADC region (Southern African Development Community).
Today, AMI wishes to widen its training offer to students in Aeronautical Maintenance.
The Training Center must obtain:
Today, the following points have already been achieved:
Training will begin in January 2024.
The courses offered to the first intake of students will be those that correspond to the strongest industrial demand, namely:
EASA Category B1.1 license - AEROPLANE TURBINE.
The course lasts about two years.
It is broken down into:
Students with a B1.1 license may be admitted to pursue graduate studies to obtain a BACHELOR OF ENGINEERING or a MASTER specialized in Aeronautics.
Cooperation agreements will be negotiated with the EVERING Institute of the University of Bordeaux.
A university branch could be created within the AIR MAURITIUS INTITUTE.
1) Examples of training courses:
2) Examples of training practices:
For all administrative, technical and financial questions relating to the studies,
For all questions relating to the organization of the training, industrial
internships, careers accessible with the EASA PART-66 diploma, and further studies, please contact:
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