If you are interested in applying for the Generation easyJet Pilot Training Programme, please complete the online application at the link below. Within this application, you will be asked to provide your basic details plus the educational and employment experience information you wish to be considered for the programme.
Do you qualify for Generation easyJet? Review the entry criteria below to find out.
In order to be considered for the Generation easyJet Pilot Training Programme you must meet the following requirements:
Courses starting throughout 2017 & 2018.
The joint CAE and easyJet selection process will proceed in 3-Stages as follows:
CAE assessors will review all candidate applications to assess whether they successfully meet the criteria for Generation easyJet. Successful candidates through this phase will be invited to Oxford to complete an assessment day.
Applicants who successfully pass Stage 1 screening will be invited to attend the next stage of CAE Selection, which will take place at London Oxford Airport. Stage 2 assessments will commence from Fall 2016 and CAE will notify you of dates available for you to attend.
The assessment day will cover:
Selection stage 3 includes:
On successfully reaching the required standards, you will then be set upon a pathway suited to your personal easyJet success. Alternatively, you can still be offered ways to enter Generation easyJet later in your training.
There is no fee to submit the initial online application. In the event that you are invited to attend Stage 2, an assessment fee of £100 will apply. If you are successfully selected to proceed to Stage 3 of the process, there will be an additional fee of £150. Please be aware that this fee is non-refundable and does not include accommodation.
If you are successful in your application you will receive an offer of a place on the programme following the final selection stage with easyJet. Please note that you will be required to pay a non-refundable deposit of £5,100 within 14 days of receipt of offer to secure your place.
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