Admission Agreement was signed between Joramco Academy and University of South Wales. As per this agreement, Joramco Academy students who have successfully completed their EASA Part 66 basic course B.1.1 certificate from Joramco Academy will be eligible to apply to the university's top-up program of 12 months' additional study to the obtain a BSc (Hons) degree in Aircraft Maintenance Engineering at the university Aerospace Centre at Treforest Campus, Pontypridd in South Wales.
As per this admission agreement, University of South Wales will give particular consideration to applications onto the BSc (Hons) Aircraft Maintenance Engineering (Top-Up) program following the successful completion of Joramco Academy EASA Basic Course certificate, subject to the University of South Wales' standard entry requirements and any course specific requirements. The top-up course allows qualified students to study modules in engineering and research techniques, and review their current working practices. It also includes a substantial element of project work to develop skills in research and project management.
About University of South Wales
With more than 30,000 students the University of South Wales (USW) is a major player in UK higher education - one of the UK's ten biggest campus universities by student number. As one of the UK's major international universities, the University of South Wales offers a range of undergraduate engineering courses, including aeronautical, aircraft maintenance, electrical and electronic, civil and mechanical engineering. Aeronautical teaching and research activities at South Wales University benefit from a range of outstanding facilities, which are housed at our Pontypridd Campus. A new extension to our Aerospace Centre opened in September 2015 providing the best facilities for our students, and supporting the modern aviation industry. The facility has a fully-instrumented wind tunnel, educational gas turbine unit, Merlin MP-521 flight simulator, composite repair and hand-skills workshops.
About Joramco Academy
Joramco Academy is an independent, coeducational institute that provides a comprehensive education to prepare graduates for productive careers with special emphasis on the needs of aviation, aerospace, engineering, and related fields. The academy was established in 2007 provides approved training, to the standards of IR Part 66, at its facility in the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan in association with and on behalf of Air Service Training (Engineering) of Perth, Scotland.
The Academy is an EASA Part 147 approved basic training school that provides a unique 'Sandwich Course' for Part 66 Category B license, which combines the knowledge and experience requirements over a 4-year period.