MBO College Airport (EN)

MBO College Airport is the most leading mbo (vocational education) training centre for working & learning at an airport in The Netherlands. Its location is also very near to Schiphol Airport, which is one of the most important airports in the world.

Airport studies

MBO College Airport has offered mbo studies (intermediate vocational education & training) for over 20 years for a range of professions at an airport. For example, Steward/Stewardess and Aircraft Maintenance Technician. But also Airport Security officer, Airport Logistics and various services facilities studies at all four mbo-levels.

Travel & Hospitality

Besides airport related studies, MBO College Airport also offers courses for the tourist industry. Besides Dutch courses we also offer the bilingual course International Travel & Hospitality Management (level 4).

Facility

New are the entry level-courses Airport Assistant (level 1), Facility Worker (level 2) and Facility Manager Airport (level 4). All three courses train a student to provide services at an airport.

For students with international ambitions

Do you have international aspirations? Do you want to go abroad or work at an international company? Join us at MBO College Airport! If you like to know more, please call us at the ROCvA Information Centre: 0900 - 9599.

Working at Lelystad Airport

Lelystad Airport is being completely renewed. Do you want to learn and work at this fast-growing airport? Have a flying start and start a course at SCALA.
» More about SCALA (in Dutch)

Interns for your organisation

Is your company looking for interns? Is your company active in one of the activities mentioned above? Then please contact Head of Communications, Mrs Nicky Schiphorst (n.schiphorst@rocva.nl). Also interns from MBO College Amstelland in Amstelveen (courses focusing on International Trade and Marketing, Administration, Management Support, Sports & Health and Pedagogical Work) are possible. Please do not hesitate to contact us and we will be glad to be of service!

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