Department of Aviation
EBS Student Exchange Program
Aviation Study Abroad
Through a partnership with the European Business School, UCM's Department of Aviation is able to offer its students the opportunity to study abroad in Germany, furthering their aviation studies.
Founded in 1971, the European Business School is located in Oestrich-Winkel near Frankfurt, Germany. Built in the 1500s, the buildings and classrooms maintain much of their grandeur, with chandeliers and fresco paintings overhead. The campus is also home to a 19th Century castle and winery. There are numerous restaurants and stores in the nearby town of Ruedesheim.
Why study abroad at EBS?
- Studying abroad gives you skills sets that cannot be learned in the typical classroom setting.
- You will gain exposure to another country and culture.
- Although EBS is a German school, the majority of aviation classes are taught in English.
What makes EBS different than other programs?
- EBS is specifically designed for Airport Management and Flight Operations Management students and offers the following courses:
- Cooperation in the Aviation Industry
- Aviation Law and Policy
- Aircraft- Technical, Economical and Operation Characteristics
- Airline Marketing
- Seminar in Aviation Management
- Revenue Management
- Network Management
- Airline Business Models and Strategies
- Airport and Air Transport Management
- Air Cargo Management
- Most of the instructors are industry professionals and offer networking opportunities.
- Students will be paired with host students to aid in the transition.
- Because there are no dormitories, you will get to stay with a host family, boosting your cultural experience.
For more information:
- Visit EBS's Bachelor in Aviation Management program online.
- Contact Fred Schieszer, Aviation's Academic Coordinator, 660-543-4975
- Visit the study abroad office in WDE 1200, or contact the office at firstname.lastname@example.org or 660-543-4195.
You may also explore other study abroad opportunities.