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Aviation Training Hub ensures equal opportunity for males and females and assures a quick and transparent admissions process.

Aviation Training Hub ensures equal opportunity for males and females and assures a quick and transparent admissions process.

Admissions at Aviation Training Hub (ATH) are strictly based on merit. Every prospective student’s admission is dependent on their ATH Admission Test. The Admission Department also takes into consideration the prospective student’s academic and disciplinary history.

Consultancy: The aviation training hub reserves the right to admission. Every applicant must meet the minimum academic criteria in order to be eligible for admission.

Every applicant must produce their original transcripts and certificates as required by the Aviation Training Hub.

The Aviation Training Hub can request additional documentation including Police Clearance Certificate from the perspective candidates.

Entrance Requirements:

To secure admissions at the ATH, every prospective student must meet one of the following criteria:
● Secondary School Certificate (Matriculation/O-Levels): At least 60% marks in SSC/Matric (Science) or O-Levels or an equivalent examination.
● Higher Secondary School Certificate (F. Sc/A-Levels/DAE or equivalent): At least 60% marks in the HSSC (Physics and Mathematics compulsory).
● Cambridge students (O-levels and A-levels) should have IBCC equivalence certificate to F. Sc Pre-Engineering at a minimum of 60% marks.

Prospective students must be 17 years of age to sit for the ATH Admission Test in the EASA Part 66 program.

Admissions at Aviation Training Hub (ATH) are strictly based on merit. Every prospective student’s admission is dependent on their ATH Admission Test. The Admission Department also takes into consideration the prospective student’s academic and disciplinary history.

Admissions at Aviation Training Hub (ATH) Entrance Requirements: To secure admissions at the ATH, every prospective student must meet one of the following criteria:

● Secondary School Certificate (Matriculation/O-Levels): At least 60% marks in SSC/Matric (Science) or O-Levels or an equivalent examination.
● Higher Secondary School Certificate (F. Sc/A-Levels/DAE or equivalent): At least 60% marks in the HSSC (Physics and Mathematics compulsory).
● Cambridge students (O-levels and A-levels) should have IBCC equivalence certificate to F. Sc Pre-Engineering at a minimum of 60% marks.

Prospective students must be 17 years of age to sit for the ATH Admission Test in the EASA Part 66 program.

About the ATH Admissions Test:

The following criteria is used by ATH when confirming prospective students entry to the EASA Part 66 program:
● 20% weight to marks obtained in Secondary School Certification (Matriculation/O-Levels)
● 30% weight to marks obtained in Higher Secondary School Certification (F.Sc/A-Levels or equivalent)
● 50% weight is assigned to score obtained in ATH Entry Test

The ATH Admissions Test examines the prospective students working knowledge of English, Mathematics and Physics. Learners well-versed at the level of Intermediate and/or Matric are generally prepared to attempt the 50 MCQs within 60 minutes.

The following pattern is adopted for the ATH Admissions Test:
Section 1: English (20 MCQs)
Section 2: Mathematics (15 MCQs)
Section 3: Physics (15 MCQs)

Prospective students are encouraged to download a sample admissions test paper by CLICKING HERE.

Required Documents:
When registering for the ATH Admissions Test, the following attested photocopies along with their originals must be brought to the ATH Admissions Office:
● Matriculation / O Level / A Level Certificate
● F.A./F.Sc. Mark Sheet Part-I
● F.A./F.Sc. Mark Sheet Part-II
● CNIC/Form B
● Parents/Guardian CNIC
● Passport (Optional)
● Domicile
● 4 passport size photographs (with blue background)
● Character Certificate (from the last institution attended)
● Police Verification Form