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Bowling Green State University and the University
of Toledo may be rivals when it comes to sporting events, but the two schools
are working together to train future pilots.
The universities will work together to form
the Northwest Ohio Aviation Education Consortium. Leaders say the program is in response to projected
growth and lax restrictions on aviation studies in China.
International students will be able to earn an associate's
degree from the University of Toledo, then a bachelor's from Bowling Green.
"This field is in demand. The world needs
pilots, the world needs flight training, and so we are responding by building
curriculum to meet that market demand," said University of Toledo President Dr.
"This is the future. Building partnerships
with the university, building relationships with the private sector," said BGSU
President Dr. Mary Ellen Mazey.
UT as also signed a letter of intent with a
Chinese University to develop an aviation program.