• Toulouse
  • English
  • From 30,000€
  • 18 months
  • Part Time, Full Time
  • 17 February 2020
  • 01 February 2020
Aerospace MBA - Boost your career

World-Class Education in Aerospace Management


The Aerospace MBA delivers world-class education in international management and leadership skills for the aerospace sector. It is the only executive MBA program dedicated to aerospace management for businesses in the world and the only international Aerospace MBA that has been accredited by the AMBA Association of MBA’s since 2002. What we offer:

  • A top-ranked specialized MBA (ranked #1 by MOCI, AMBA accreditation)
  • A unique program that covers the entire Aerospace value chain
  • Academic expertise from highly qualified professors & practitioners
  • Discover the latest trends in the Aerospace industry
  • Share experience with peers
  • Network with 800 alumni from 80 different nationalities

NEW! Follow the fast track!

TBS now also opens the Specialized Tracks outside of the Aerospace MBA program for managers who need to move fast. From October 2019 onwards, you can now follow the specialized track of your choice to obtain your official certification.


The Aerospace MBA comprises 4 steps that stretch over 18 months, with a break in between terms. The curriculum is designed so participants develop cutting-edge decision-making, leadership, communication and negotiation skills

STEP 1 – Understand your organisation – 6 core modules

After a preparatory session, participants acquire the six pillars of fundamental business practices, such as finance, accounting, marketing, economics, operations and strategy. These modules provide you with the necessary tools and indicators to efficiently manage your company.

STEP 2 – Lead your organisation – 8 process workshops

The workshops provide 8 transverse activities to get to know organisations and acquire actionable tools. They include academic lectures, practical activities and case studies from highly qualified lecturers.

STEP 3 – Fine-tune your knowledge – 3 specialized tracks

The Specialized Tracks focus on current and relevant industry insights in a mix of classroom interaction and experiential learning. They provide a deeper understanding of the complex changes that are reshaping today’s aerospace market when it comes to:

STEP 4 – Learn by doing – individual & team projects

This step includes project and corporate missions to test newly acquired skills in a real live environment, while enhancing personal development and refining soft and teamwork skills.


Second intake in February 2020

The general intake of the TBS Aerospace MBA starts in September. However, as the program has just turned 20, we exceptionally offer a second intake in February 2020. Participants who enroll for February 2020 will first take STEP 2 and 3 before completing STEP 1 and 4 from October 2020 onwards, to obtain their Aerospace MBA degree.  Contact

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  • The ultimate aim is to easily access higher positions, earn more money or make a significant shift in your career. But there are no shortcuts.

    All this can only be achieved by undergoing a radical transformation process with clear objectives (which skills and competencies to develop) and full involvement in the program. That means seizing opportunities, initiating engaging projects, being willing to accept tremendous changes, and developing your network. Recruiters will recognize your investment and ability to leave your comfort zone to enter the world of challenges.

    No-one gets results simply by graduating. It requires far more! As we state in our program: “The more you put in, the more you get out.”

  • Not in France… in Toulouse, the European Aerospace capital! It boasts a quarter of all space jobs, 20% of aerospace jobs, the biggest and most dynamic region in Europe for aeronautics and space, the only city with three aircraft manufacturers and two satellite integrators, a world-class aerospace cluster, forming an incomparable research and technology landscape…

    • Not just in France… genuine international exposure not only in the classroom but outside Europe: we offer sessions in Montreal, Seattle or Casablanca (depending on whether you choose Long Haul or Hub) and strong connections with Bangalore. In addition, you’ll benefit from the diverse nationalities and cultures of the faculty.
    • If you’re not an English-speaker, show your ambition and your ability to overcome real challenges by choosing a fully English-taught program. Recruiters will recognize your determination.
    • Toulouse, the 4th largest city in France, the 2nd most dynamic French city, the 2nd highest student population in France, the 1st French City for employment development, the 2nd most popular place to work, the 3rd best French city for entrepreneurship… This is the place to be for dynamic international executives!
    • As demonstrated in many surveys, return on investment is significantly higher on European MBAs; even for specialized MBAs which are slightly more expensive than regular and generalist MBAs.
  • Toulouse Business School is amongst the 1% of prestigious international business schools which hold the “triple crown” of accreditation: AACSB, AMBA and EQUIS. These accreditations are a global benchmark of quality and ensure that your degree will be recognized throughout the world. They serve as official confirmation of the quality of our organization, our faculty and staff, our programs and the degrees we deliver. Essentially, it means that:

    • Programs are up-to-date and meet current business needs.
    • Programs are delivered by qualified faculty.
    • Degrees are internationally recognized and meet international standards.
    • Companies recognize the quality of our degrees.
    • As an institution, and through our programs, we are committed to quality and continuous improvement.

    In other words, when we talk about our high-quality standards and global reputation… you don’t just have to take our word for it!

    There are only 78 triple accredited institutions in the world, 13 of them in France.

  • The fee you pay covers the cost of your tuition; it includes expenses related to your courses and program: readings, digital textbooks, electronic course materials, online services, Career Booster services but also the induction and some reception lunches, some business and networking activities which form part of the program, on-campus parking, company visits, plus full access to the library database.

  • Not included are the following:
    • accommodation costs for your stay in Toulouse
    • meals (other than previously stated)
    • flight tickets and travel expenses for the international field trips (Montreal, Seattle or Casablanca)

  • Access to a unique digital platform which hosts a set of required course books in a user-friendly and interactive mode.

    Access to one of the best and richest libraries in of any French Business School in terms of Aerospace Management (books, journals, articles: Jane’s airport, Flight International, Journal of Airline Business, Air & Cosmos, etc)

    You’ll have full access to leading research & professional databases (Business Source Complete, Science Direct, Emerald, Sage Publications, Cairn, Xerfi, MarketAnalysis, Infinancials…). A dedicated team with 800m2 facilities, and more than 20,000 books, 15,000 ebooks, 26,000 electronic journals, 34 databases…

  • No, campus placement is not provided per se. However, a Career Booster service is provided (free of charge) to offer solid support in your career development. Due to our strong industry network, we can provide contacts and support to help with your search for Corporate Missions / Internships (or jobs).
  • 1. At the executive/senior level, which is the profile of our participants, placements are not only inefficient, they can even be counter-productive. In reality, executive participants are usually approached directly by headhunters or recruiters, or more frequently they have an existing network. Moreover, ‘pushing’ profiles in this way is no guarantee of success and gives recruiters the impression that the candidate lacks independence and is not very attractive in terms of employment. Would you recruit such a person for your team?

    2. Given the specific positions held and/or targeted, it is far preferable to devise your own job marketing plan (with the support of the Career Booster and the Aerospace team). This approach is more authentic, and considerably more rewarding when the position is obtained.

  • • Sponsoring several key Aerospace events (Paris Air Forum, Les Trophées de l’Aéronautique): these events enable delegates to network with hiring companies
    • Member of diverse Associations & Institutions (USAIRE, Aerospace Valley, IFCCI, etc): another good opportunity to share delegates’ profiles and to network
    • “Aeroperformance”: a resume book of all participants’ profiles, regularly sent to aerospace companies at professional events
    • Active participation at aerospace events: (Paris Airshow/Farnborough, ASD Days, Paris Space Week, Aeromart, AeroIndia…)
    • Strong social media presence
    • Partnerships with recruiting companies
    • Conferences with TBS Aerospace Alumni

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