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Joramco Academy, University Of South Wales Agree Admissions Scheme

Link up will allow EASA Part 66 students at the Jordanian training body to obtain aircraft engineering maintenance degrees.

Students at Joramco Academy, a Jordan-based training school for aircraft maintenance engineering training, will be able to apply for a one-year top-up program at the University of South Wales following completion of their EASA Part 66 basic course B.1.1. certificate.

Enrolment in the program at the university’s aerospace centre located at its Treforest Campus in Pontypridd will enable students to obtain a BSc (Hons) degree in Aircraft Maintenance Engineering.

Entry conditions are also are subject to university standard entry requirements and any course specific requirements.

The top-up course will also include the study of modules in engineering and research techniques along with reviews into technician working practices. In addition, they will undertake project work to develop skills in research and project management.

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