CESDA recommends completing the higher secondary education certificate in Sciences and Technology to take full advantage of your studies. However, this recommended profile does not restrict access for students with other types of higher secondary education certificate and/or from other means of access, as we take measures to ensure that students from other means of access have the appropriate level of scientific knowledge.
The means of access to the Official Commercial Aviation Pilot and Air Operations Degree are as follows:
Students must also pass the Personal Aptitude Tests, which assess their level of English language proficiency. Students who can provide accreditation of a level equivalent to B1 (Cambridge level PET) are exempt from taking the test.
Students also must pass the initial Class 1 medical examination for pilots at a specialised centre. Prospective students should contact one of the Spanish aeronautical medical centres certified by the Directorate General of Civil Aviation to obtain this certificate between the preregistration period and registration.
The Commercial Aviation Pilot and Air Operations Degree is an official degree course adapted to the Bologna Plan. Find out more
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CESDA has a modern fleet that enables students to train progressively: a Diamond DA-20, a Piper PA-28R and a Diamond DA-42NG.Find out more
At CESDA you get a University Degree + a EASA commercial pilot license that preapares you for the whole world and for a professional life.
CESDA is backed by the Government of Catalunya, the Reus City Hall, the Rovira i Virgili University and the College of Commercial Aviation Pilots COPAC.
At CESDA our main objective is to educate our students in the excellence and and help in their employability after completion of studies.
Long runway in a barrier-free environment, air traffic control, instrumental navigation procedures and good weather.
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