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Q: Quality of Dip in aircraft maintains engineering at guangzhou civil aviation college?

Quality of Dip in aircraft maintains engineering at guangzhou civil aviation college?

I want to know about quality of this university. Value of diploma. Facilities.. Job opportunities. And all other things . Pleae help me.

6 years 45 weeks ago in  Teaching & Learning - Guangzhou

 
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Please send a PM to a user on this site called "sinobear".  I believe that he actually taught at that college, and if not, that he has friends who have taught there.

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Yes, I was the coordinator of a JV there (the JV is no longer running).

 

For more information, check out Canadore College (from North Bay, Ontario) as they have the current agreement for aircraft maintenance training. They also work closely with Gameco (the largest aircraft maintenance contractor on the mainland).

 

It's not a university, it's a vocational college. The diplomas from GCAC are fully recognized by the Chinese gov't and CAAC. The facilities are top-notch (one campus is very close to Baiyun airport) the other in Baiyun District (close to where the old airport used to be). They have simulators, de-registered aircraft, and excellent instructors.

 

Job opportunities are endless providing that you are a serious and hard worker with above-average attention to detail.

 

Check out GCAC's website (they have some information available in English).

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