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|Dreaming of becoming a Licensed Aircraft Engineer (LAE)? - We are the first and only polytechnic being awarded the SAR-147 certification by the Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore, hence shortening the time to be an LAE!|
|Not satisfied being land bounded?-The joy of flying knows no bounds and the Diploma in Aerospace Electronics provides the opportunity for students to obtain their Private Pilot License (PPL) during the final semester of the course.|
|Keen to experience life in a top research environment?- We have two students attached to Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University (ERAU) for their research project and working on a navigating algorithm for Autonomous Underwater Vehicles (AUVs), and that's cool!|
|Be the champion that you can be! - In the Semi-Autonomous/Autonomous category (Cat D), our team HawxVision clinched the Gold Awards for Best Performance and Overall Championship, TP also won the Best Team Spirit (Gold) for SAFMC 2012.|
|Transiting from academia to the working world - The Higher Aerospace Training (HAET) is open to all students and you can apply to spend the last semester to do an internship with an aerospace company and progress from being a TP student to an employee of that company.|
About The Course (JAE Code: T50)
Students will undergo a curriculum that begins with broad based fundamental engineering subjects and then progress to core aerospace engineering modules, practical skills training, cross-disciplinary subjects and technical communication skills.
All students will train in a unique one semester attachment programme with Lufthansa Technical Training (LTT) Centre, a renowned aircraft training organisation recognised by the Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore (CAAS). Students will be trained on aircraft materials, hardware, maintenance and carry out hands-on activities related to aircraft structural repair and avionics wiring.
In their final semester, students may be attached to reputable local or overseas aerospace companies for higher aerospace training.
This course will prepare students for the 10 modules in the Singapore Airworthiness Requirements (SAR-66) Aircraft Maintenance License basic knowledge examinations (Category B2 - Avionics) conducted by the Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore.
This course is offered only to students for the April intake .
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How to Apply?
You may apply for this course by selecting one of the following codes in your application to Temasek Polytechnic:
T50: This is a direct admission to the Diploma in Aerospace Electronics.
T05: This is the JAE code for the Electrical and Electronic Engineering Programme. You can opt for the Diploma in Aerospace Electronics at the end of the first semester.
T56: This is the common JAE code for the Common Engineering Programme for the 10 diploma courses. You can opt for the Diploma in Aerospace Electronics at the end of the first semester.
For Admission & Application Enquiries:
Tel: 6788 2000
For Course Enquiries:
Tel: 6780 5144