UGANDA: Pilot training at Moncton Flight College & Mt. Allison University information
This is a very long post. You can read it if you want or ignore it if you want. You might want to read it if you have young children who want to study in USA. Some of you likely missed the news that Trump will no longer allow African students (Ugandans) to take full degree studies in the USA. Consequently, you might want to consider sending your children to study in Canada. There are many American parents who send their children to universities in Canada.
There are around 10,000 American students in Canadian universities at the moment. Read if from Huffington Post:
“But is a university in Canada really as viable and economical for American students as it seems? According to the Canadian embassy in Washington, D.C., an estimated 10,000 Americans are pursuing degrees in Canada, up from about 3,500 10 years ago.”
I have included the websites for 2 schools so that you can contact them for further information. If you need more assistance than what the 2 schools offer or help to navigate the education, immigration and visa system of Canada, contact me privately. I have been living here for 33yrs, attended high school here and did my university education in Canada as well. The WhatsApp number is public. +15068716371. eMail is email@example.com
Today’s post is for Pilots / Flight School / Aviation and I am sharing information about 2 schools and all costs are in Canadian Dollars (CAD):
Mt. Allison University, New Brunswick, Canada
Aviation students: The first year of study, tuition fee is the Mount Allison full-time undergraduate tuition. Second, third and fourth years of study, tuition fee is a blend of Mount Allison tuition and Moncton Flight College tuition:
Canadian Students: $28,196 (MtA tuition $6,416 plus MFC Tuition $21,780)
International Students: $34,723 (MtA tuition $12,943 plus MFC Tuition $21,780)
NB Resident with a start date before Sept 2019: $27,555.00 (MTA tuition $5,775.00 and MFC $21,780.00)
NB Resident with a start date of Sept 2019: $27,909.00 (MTA tuition $6,129.00 and MFC $21,780.00)
All ground school and flight training is included, as are Mount Allison courses taken in these years. Tuition fees do not include residence accommodation or travel between campuses. Note that tuition amounts are reviewed annually and are subject to change.
MONCTON FLIGHT COLLEGE (MFC)
Diploma in Aviation Technology (IATP) – This is a 2yr diploma
Intake Date: Yearly, In the Fall
Duration: 20 months
This innovative program allows students to receive professional flight training and acquire a recognized Diploma through MFC. This combination of extensive technical knowledge and academic concentration gives Diploma graduates the confidence needed in today’s aviation environment. The program is divided into four terms and lasts 20 months.
Upon completion of this program, graduates receive a Commercial Pilot Licence, Multi-Engine Rating, Instrument Rating, “Frozen Airline Transport Pilot License” status, CRM Certification, Aviation Safety Management Certification, extensive exposure to advance turbine flying on the Beech King Air 200 Simulator, approximately 200 hours of flying time, and approximately 920 hours of instruction of academic training and labs. The Diploma Program exceeds the requirements the Integrated Airline Transport Pilot Course (IATP); therefore students also finish with an IATP certificate.
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