Aviation colleges

Well I’m going to graduate next year and I would like to know the aviation college’s you guys recommend

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ERAU, thats the place.
(Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University)

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The Ohio State University has a good aviation program, also Kent State University has an aviation program

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For engineering, there’s Vaughn in New York, across the street from LaGuardia I believe

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Need more information. How much money are you willing to spend? Are you willing to go to a college far away from home? What are you majoring in? Have you applied for any scholarships?

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I depends on what tipe of aviation job you want. I know MSU has a great engineering program. About 95% of their students already have a job offer by the second year!

@PlaneCrazy has an excellent point, which direction would you like to go? There are many colleges out there with aerospace/aviation related degree programs.

The University of Cincinnati offers an aviation program with flight training through Sporty’s Academy. Here’s a link to show you a little bit more if you’re so inclined.

https://webapps.uc.edu/DegreePrograms/Program.aspx?ProgramQuickFactsID=832&ProgramOutlineID=178

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Washington University is right next to Boeing, Boeing takes interns from Washington…

If you’re looking for a college in Nigeria, I found this one if you’re interested
http://www.ncat.gov.ng

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I guess seeing where the chap is located would’ve been an appropriate first step, lol. Good on you.

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Come to Europe get your frozen ATPL in 18 months and hop on with EasyJet or Ryanair

North Dakota State has one of the best aviation programs in the country

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Henderson state university. 4 year aviation college that has an R-ATP at 1000 hours

I went to ERAU and its the Harvard of the skies.
Before you decide upon it, ask yourself what you really want to do. If you want a full, well rounded education, with the best instructors and best facilities and are willing to cough up a pretty dime to do so, choose Embry-Riddle. If you want to fly, fly, fly and dictate your own pace of advancement, go local.

They have a good program… if you’re majoring in ATC. Flying program is good, weather is not. Weather is unflyable at least 25% of the time according to students that go there tell me. Can’t fly in bad weather :(

Airforce Acadmy

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I highly, highly recommend you take a look at this. It has a list of all of the schools in the United States and the aviation degrees that they offer. Click on the “Authorized Institutions” under the Institutions for Higher Education. You will find more information based on what you feel compelled to do than we can answer. https://www.faa.gov/pilots/training/atp/

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purdue university

I am planning to go to ERAU and be an aircraft mechanic should I go there to do that?

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