You can study at an EASA part 147 approved school for about 15000 Euro, plus accomodation, plus about 6 month no pay! But you can also study at home and the project will cost you between 1000 and 2000 Euro depending on the exam place.
You can take exams for the EASA part 66 /and equivalent licenses at approved exam places whenever you feel ready for it.
It is not easy, this is why I have built an exam preparation site. On my system you do not need any books!
You must apply for the licence when you have mastered all 13/14 exams, and prove sufficient work experience
in a work experience log book within ten years!
Syllabus and number of exam questions for the EASA part 66
M1 Mathematics M2 Physics M3 Basic Electrics M4 Basic Electronics M5 Digital Techniques
M6 Mat. & Hardware M7 Maint. Practices M8 Aerodynamics M9 Human Factors M10 Legislation
M11Airframe-Mech M12 Helicopters M13 Airframe-Avionics M14 Propulsion M15 Turbine Engines
M16 Piston Engines M17 Propellers
|Modules you must pass for different licences:|
|B1.1 mechanical: M1,2,3,4,5,6,7a,8,9a,10,11a,15,17|
|B2 avionics: M1,2,3,4,5,6,7a,8,9a,10,13,14||B3 mechanical A/C <2000kg : M1,2,3,4,5,6,7b,8,9b,10,11c,16,17b|