Acumen Aviation and CMS business school , Jain (Deemed-to-be-University) Launch One Year Post Graduate Program in Aircraft Leasing & Financing
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  • #11 March 2021
  • #Team Acumen

Acumen Aviation and CMS business school , Jain (Deemed-to-be-University) Launch One Year Post Graduate Program in Aircraft Leasing & Financing

Bengaluru – 11th  March 2021: CMS Business School, Jain (Deemed- to-be University), No 17,  Seshadri Road , Bengaluru, India and Acumen Aviation have further extended cooperation by launching the one year Post Graduate Program in Aircraft Leasing & Financing.  This presents both parties with an exciting opportunity, combining Acumen’s domain knowledge and experience with CMS’ strong foundation in management education and academic research.  The post graduate program will be rolled out in April 2021.

A simple launch ceremony was held on Wednesday 10th March at CMS Business School, Bengaluru India.  The program was  launched by Smt. Vandana Aggarwal, Senior Economic Advisor – Ministry of Civil Aviation, in the presence of Dr. Dinesh Nilkant, Director – CMS Business School and Mr. Alok Anand, Chairman and CEO – Acumen Aviation.  Dignitaries, industry leaders,  faculty and students from  various organisations  and  CMS Business Sch ool were present during the ceremony.

With the recent Government of India budget announcement to push towards setting up an aircraft leasing eco system in India, this post graduate program will help to meet the industry requirements.

This one year post graduate program (with 56 course credits), commencing from 16th of April, will be held virtually, 2 days per week during weekends.  The course can be taken up by post graduates / graduates from different streams.  Aviation background is preferred, however, non-aviation professionals registering for the course will be provided with a bridging aviation fundamentals program.

 The course registrations will commence from 17th March onwards. Please write to us at  for course details.

In February 2020 Acumen Aviation and CMS Business School, Jain (Deemed to-be University) signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to conduct training and research to support aircraft leasing and financing sector. This units our common interests and objectives and, together, we aim to use our unique collective capabilities to design, create and build the necessary knowledge and skill requirements, to support a growing aviation eco system.

About Acumen Aviation

Acumen is an aircraft asset lease manager with a global platform, established in 2009, headquartered in Ireland with offices in India, China and the USA.  Acumen’s management team has over 300 years of cumulative experience with a permanent staff of over 90 people. Acumen offers a full range of services throughout the lifecycle of the aircraft including aircraft sourcing, pre-purchase inspections (physical and records), project management, lease management, re-marketing, fleet audits, aircraft trading, powerplant management, aircraft valuations and CAMO services. Its customers include aircraft lessors, airlines, banks, private equity and investors.

About CMS- Business School

Jain (Deemed-to-be University) is one of the top private universities in India that draws students from more than 25 countries to one of the world’s fastest growing cities – Bangalore, empowering students to challenge conventional thinking and pursue original ideas. It is a destination for highly ambitious students who want to excel in their career and become experts in their areas of interest. It continues to advocate creativity, innovation and sportsmanship and takes pride in having produced several inspiring personalities. A deemed university for eight years, it has steadily managed to clinch top positions in various ranking surveys.

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