Interested in aviation; Students studying in the 3rd or 4th year of Mechanical Engineering, Aerospace Engineering, Electrical and Electronics Engineering, Metallurgical Materials Engineering, Mechatronics Engineering, Computer Engineering and similar departments; Applications for TEI Aviation Engines School, which is a 15-course training program for graduate and doctorate students in engineering, will start in January.
WHAT AWAITS YOU IN THE PROGRAM?
- Industry-Related Lessons from Engineers
- Technical Trip and Opportunity to Meet with Instructors at TEI
- Recruitment Evaluation of Students at Graduation Stage
CAREER CAREER AT THE SOURCE OF POWER ENGINEERING PROGRAM
Students who successfully complete the program will have the opportunity to be evaluated in the candidate engineering program. During the 6-month program, students experience up close at TEI 3-4 days a week. kazanThey will get the opportunity.
AVIATION ENGINES SCHOOL PARTICIPATION CERTIFICATE
Students who attend 15% of the courses and end-of-course quizzes in the 80-week program at TEI Aviation Engines School are entitled to receive a TEI Aviation School Certificate of Achievement. kazanthey will ache.
TEI AVIATION ENGINES SCHOOL
TEI provides engineering students aiming for a career in the aviation industry with online training opportunities to get to know the industry closely and increase their knowledge. Turkey's leading engine company TEI, which designs and manufactures competitive, sustainable and unique products on a global scale, launched the TEI Aviation Engines School in March 2021. More than 167 thousand students studying at 5 different universities in Turkey and abroad were accepted to the TEI Aviation Engines School, which gave its first graduates in June. The first of the 14-week-long classes held on Saturdays, with the topics of the Importance of National Defense Technologies, Basic Principles of Aviation and TEI's Place in the Aviation Engines Sector, was attended by TEI General Manager and Chairman of the Board of Directors. Dr. quoted by Mahmut F. Aksit.