The aviation field is primarily evolving worldwide through advancements in aviation technology.
The Aeronautical Engineering curriculum consists of two highly important directions:
One of the key foundations for manned and unmanned aviation is the utilization of various communication, navigation, surveillance, and data processing systems. Aeronautical Information and Telecommunications graduates become experts with engineering knowledge who:
are capable of deploying, configuring, and operating systems necessary for air traffic management;
possess knowledge of antennas, communication, navigation, surveillance, and radio systems;
have programming skills and understand software, computer networks, cybersecurity, and broader information technology solutions;
have the option to work as hands-on specialists with various technical solutions, focus on administrative tasks, or contribute to development activities and participate in the implementation of new technologies.
Upon graduation, the
will have acquired broad-based engineering skills andwill be able to work in the aviation sector as well as in information and telecommunication technology companies, both in Estonia and abroad. One of many future jobs can be, for example, operative work in shifts as technical personnel. Or more creative and flexible, for example, as a communication engineer who maintains, repairs and develops communication, navigation and surveillance equipment. Broad-based knowledge also allows working as a project or team manager.