Spartan College of Aeronautics and Technology Reviews of Certificates in Aviation

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  • Annual Tuition: $18,251
33% of 7 students said this degree improved their career prospects
43% of 7 students said they would recommend this program to others
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Reviews - Certificates in Aviation

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  • Reviewed: 8/3/2021
  • Degree: Aviation
"I've been in the aviation industry for almost ten years and decided its time to get my A&P certification so I decide to attend Spartan college of aeronautics and technology well this school is an absolute joke. The facility members are completely unprofessional there is no communication between any of them which leads to students being misinformed and or lied to. The curriculum is extremely out dated and isn't teaching students how to become mechanics or even to pass the FAA test. To add to all this students pay 45k-48k to go to this school and all the equipment is either broken or they just don't have the proper equipment to learn the basic skills but don't you worry they have money to throw BBQs and pizza parties.. again this school is joke and I wouldn't recommend this school to a single person..."
Omar Hierro
  • Reviewed: 12/31/2020
  • Degree: Aviation
"Appreciate teachers that spent their time to make sure I understand the subjects and gave me advice for working in the field of aviation. Really do wish they put more time in the project like welding but in the end I received my AP license with last minute help from Brock, Gunny, Mac, Jim, and Colin."
Daniel Murincsak
  • Reviewed: 11/16/2020
  • Degree: Aviation
"The campus I attended was still beginning and being built up so yes resources were limited and equipment was old/second hand. With that said this school still provided enough knowledge and hands on experience to easily pass my FAA testing, get my license and get the job I wanted less than a month after graduation. You get out of this school/corse what you are willing to put into it and you are welcomed back for any additional refreshing you need on a subject"
  • Reviewed: 10/23/2020
  • Degree: Aviation
"Stay away from this school. Don't waste your time or money. They simply care about the bottom dollar not their students nor the education they receive. They allow students to sexually harrass other students and when reported they simply sweep it under the rug."
  • Reviewed: 6/10/2018
  • Degree: Aviation
"Who are all these cry babies badmouthing Spartan? I graduated recently and had job offers before graduating. I am working in the field I trained for and am completely satisfied. If you put in the hard work you will succeed. Sure the facilities were not perfect, but I went there to get my A&P certificates plus some degrees. And so far they have delivered. I recommend Spartan, they have a good name in the industry that just might give you the edge you need. Do not listen to disgruntled cry babies."
  • Reviewed: 2/14/2018
  • Degree: Aviation
"This school is horrible, $40,000 per student and they still give you bottom line material: tools and laptops. The laptops are all quite faulty and the tools are cheaper than a 5 piece pack of gum and you get charged $1500 for it. That's not all, the school looks like complete crap, nothing that is said when being admitted is true. Do not fall for the things they tell you, the program is no where near as exciting as they make it seem. Instructors are always quitting so they have to have some running from class to class. Also they fail to disclose detrimental information regarding your career and how certain factors in your life may affect them. Oh and not to mention they like to change their tuition policies out of nowhere. The instructors are always complaining about being underpaid and overworked and they are. Who know's were our money is going."
Michael tobin
  • Reviewed: 12/17/2017
  • Degree: Aviation
"It is pretty obvious that the four and five star reviews here are fake. This school is a straight up scam in so many ways. From being lied to by the recruiter to having financial aid waste my time, it was a headache from the start. While i attended, many of the faculty went in strike due to poor benefits. Some of the classrooms had cockroaches. The only amenities they have are a couple of rundown pool tables. At over 20K a year per pupil, the question is: Where is all that money going?"