Indiana Aerospace University

Lapu-lapu City, Cebu, Philippines


The Philippines first and only Aerospace University continues to lead in producing future aviation professionals with degree programs in:

  1. Aerospace Engineering
  2. Airline Management
  3. Aircraft Maintenance Technology
  4. Avionics
  5. Aviation Technology-Major in Flying
  6. Hotel and Restaurant Management
  7. Tourism and Travel Management

Special Programs:

  • Private Pilot License Course
  • Commercial Pilot License Course
  • Instrument Rating Course
  • Flight Instructor Course

Founded in 1992, the Indiana Aerospace University was conceived to answer the growing demand for qualified and well trained manpower in aeronautics and aviation related field, as a result of the Mactan-Cebu International Airport and its opening to direct international flight. Moreover, the expansion of multinational aircraft maintenance and overhaul (MRO) stations in the country plays a vital role why IAU was established.

Apart from being the center of international aviation, not only for the Visayas region, but also for Mindanao, Lapulapu City has now become one of the fastest growing centers for business and industry in the country and necessarily requires employment opportunities for technical personnel, which IAU can provide.

Aviation Training Facilities


Flight School - Fixed WingAviation Degree ProgramsAircraft Maintenance School

Programs & Courses

Private Pilot LicenseCommercial Pilot LicenseFlight Instructor (CFI / FI)Flight Instructor - Instrument (CFII / IRI)Instrument Rating (IR)
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IAU Town Center, Kagodoy Road
Lapu-lapu City, Cebu 6015

+63 322362771

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Indiana Aerospace University is rated 2.0 based on 1 reviews

26 Jun 2020

My son attends this university. The most pressing problem for us is that we live overseas. There is very little support or information given. We are told that the college will start on one date and then it changes. My son is due to start his 4th year, but we have waited ages for any information. When we ask the administrators questions we are referred elsewhere. My sin had to leave the Philippines. Now he is told he will have to pay the course fees on 1st July before the college can give information. I would suggest people try another university. R. Moore