What is MATS?
MATS is the acronym of Myanmar Aviation Training & Services. It provides civil aviation related training and services to both aviation and non-aviation personnel and companies.
Who are the trainers?
To ensure all our students receive quality and relevant training, MATS ensures that MATS Trainers and Associates have more than 10 years of course related working experience or have worked for no less than 6 years with a foreign international airline. All MATS Trainers and Associates must have training experience.
What is the training/teaching method?
MATS training method rides on both theory and practical within a simulated learning environment. Active class participation is highly encouraged.
What is the duration of each course?
MATS offers full-time and part-time classes for all courses. Different courses require different length of training/teaching.
What does the course fee cover? Are there any other additional fees?
The course fee covers examinations fees and course notes.
How long does it take for my application to be processed and to get a reply?
Generally, applications will take less than 3 working days for processing. Students should receive a response within a week from the date of application. The processing time might be extended for applications which have to be considered individually if their qualifications do not meet the stated admissions requirements.
Will there be any make-up class if I miss my class, eg, due to illness?
No make-up classes will be held should you miss any classes. Students are required to submit a medical certificate should their absence be due to medical grounds. However students are to note that there is a minimum attendance requirement for each of the course with MATS. Failure to comply with the minimum requirement without valid reasons may result in students being barred from the examinations.
Can I apply if I do not have a pass in English?
Students should have at least a minimum TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language) score of 475 or Band 5.5 in IELTS (International English Language Testing System). Those who do not have the stated English language level may either have to take a MATS in-house English test or be assessed according to relevant working experience. Each will be handled base on case-by-case basis.