Just as cars need roads to travel and ships need waterways, aircraft have invisible paths in the airspace. To ensure the safe flow of traffic along air routes, air traffic services specialists perform their responsible duties on a daily basis.
Students apply for Air Traffic Services curriculum and choose the specialisation during the second year.
The students of Air Traffic Services curriculum will obtain internationally recognized education as an air traffic controller or air traffic services specialist, and a higher education diploma in the field of air traffic services.
Higher education involves acquiring necessary knowledge in technical subjects, natural sciences, economics, and entrepreneurship. The specific professional training is where all the required practical skills are acquired based on the chosen specialization.
Air traffic controllers undergo internationally recognized basic training and air traffic services specialists undergo training related to the aviation environment, the nature of air traffic management, and working methods.