- Aviation Major to Pursue M. Phil Degree at Cambridge University
Muhammad Khattak was always one step ahead in his quest for excellence at York College, CUNY. The recent graduate received three scholarships from the National Aircraft Finance Association and has now been accepted into the M. Phil in in Real Estate Finance program at Cambridge University.
- Final Examinations
Fall 2009 semester Final Exam
- CUNY Aviation Institute
The CUNY Aviation Institute at York College is the first CUNY institute to focus specifically on aviation studies.
- York Aviation Major Wins Industry Scholarship
Shawn Ferguson is a quiet presence on campus, but the Aviation management major is anything but retiring when it comes to pursuing scholarships to help fund her education.
- Aviation Major Scores Second NAFA Scholarship
For the second year in a row York College/CUNY student, Muhammad Khattak has won an impressive scholarship from the National Aircraft Finance Association (NAFA).
- Spring Day of Pilot Flight Training
On behalf of Dean Ntoko, I am glad to announce that the School of Business and Information Systems is going to hold the 2013 Spring Flight Training Day on April 15 for our aviation management students. This event is sponsored by the JFK Air Cargo Association and the Academy of Aviation.
- NextGen and the Future of Aviation in the US "Networking Night"
The American Association of Airport Executives (AAAE) York College/CUNY Chapter, the Aviation Club at York College, and the Women in Aviation York College/CUNY Chapter Present: NextGen and the Future of Aviation in the US “Networking Night” Featuring: The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, the Federal Aviation Administration and JetBlue Airways
- JFK Air Cargo Association Scholarship Deadline
In order for students to be eligible, they must:
Have a 3.0 grade point average (GPA) at the time of the scholarship award.
Be classified a Junior with at least 61 credits or Senior, with at least 94 credits.
Be pursuing a BS in Aviation Management.
Submit a complete written application, to be found on the York College website, including one letter of recommendation from the student’s professor.
- The Paul & Daisy Soros Fellowships For New Americans Deadline
The purpose of The Paul & Daisy Soros Fellowships for New Americans is to provide opportunities for continuing generations of able and accomplished New Americans to achieve leadership in their chosen fields.
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