Brunel begins collaboration in aviation education with Moscow university

A Memorandum of Understanding between Brunel Business School and Moscow State Technical University of Civil Aviation (MSTUCA), Moscow, Russia,  has been signed by the Vice Chancellor and Rector of MSTUCA on  a recent visit of Dr Abrahim Althonayan from Brunel Business School to Russia. 

This agreement is an important step towards the collaboration between the Brunel Business School and MSTUCA on the delivery of the Brunel MBA (Aviation Management). The Moscow State Technical University of Civil Aviation is a prestigious institution involved in training airport managers all over the Russian Federation having graduated more than 3000 aviation professionals on their state diploma.

Dr Abrahim Althonayan

Dr Althonayan has been in regular contact with MSTUCA and has been invited for a further visit in October 2012. This represents a large step for Brunel Business School towards knowledge transfer strategy for Russia and its Aviation sector in particular.

Dr Abrahim Althonayan teaches the Aviation modules on the Brunel MBA Programme and is an excellent researcher in his field.

2 thoughts on “Brunel begins collaboration in aviation education with Moscow university

  1. Good News that Moscow University is going to launch aviation management programs for students. Aviation is very challenging industry that requires most professional and experienced personnel and pilots. Students who want to become pilot should attend the aviation academy to learn pilot training. Aviation colleges train students and develop the necessary skills required by aviation companies.
    http://www.flighttrainingschool.net/

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