Civil aviation is one of the fastest growing dynamic sectors, gaining great momentum in the global economy and in our country. With the increase in the annual number of passengers carried by airlines around the world, a large number of airlines are joining the sector or existing airlines are increasing the number of destinations they fly to. Such a rapid growth of airline companies has also increased the need for Cabin Crew. In order to reduce the workload of airlines on cabin crew training, the Cabin Services Program has been replaced by universities. The main goal of the Civil Aviation Cabin Services Program is to train personnel who are prone to teamwork, solution-oriented, dynamic, have a strong customer relationship, effective communication skills, good English knowledge and command of the activities at the operational level to meet in order to meet the increasing demand for cabin services personnel in parallel with the growth in the aviation sector.
Arel University Civil Aviation Cabin Services Program has created a curriculum parallel to the field courses given in the cabin crew training of airline companies. In this way, students graduate with sufficient knowledge and equipment in the field of cabin crew. In line with the developments in the sector, our program conducts practical classes in the aircraft cabin mock-up created at the school in order to provide students with a comprehensive education in the professional subjects required by the cabin services field.Experts working in the sector are invited to every professional course and they share their experiences with our students. In addition to their academic competencies, the lecturers of the program consist of instructors with sectoral experience.
After graduating, students who are nominated to receive the title of flight attendant in line with the abilities they have acquired, they will be able to be employed at the general directorates of domestic enterprises providing national and international services in the aviation sector and airline enterprises that organize non-scheduled flights, all kinds of companies related to Civil Aviation, as well as foreign airline enterprises.
The Vertical Transfer Exam (DGS) is an exam that allows associate degree graduates to transfer to 4-year undergraduate programs. Graduates of the Civil Aviation Cabin Services Program have the opportunity to transfer to many undergraduate programs located under different faculties with DGS. Thus, they can obtain a bachelor’s degree in addition to their associate degree diploma.
* These are the departments included in the 2020 OSYM guide.