Flying Scholarship Application Criteria
To qualify for a flying scholarship, you must:
Be a permanent UK resident.
Be above the age of 16 on the 1st of June 2024. There is no upper age limit.
Not hold a LAPL, NPPL, PPL, MPL, CPL or ATPL. Those who have already started training for a LAPL, NPPL or PPL may use the scholarship towards its completion.
- Be able to meet the requirements for a Class 2 medical (further information can be found here).
Be able to meet the minimum requirements for English language proficiency required by the CAA (ICAO Level 4) (further information can be found here).
Be a member of The Air League.
Applications close at 11:59pm on Sunday the 7th of April 2024.
The application process is split into two stages. The first stage is an assessment of your application by two independent members of the scholarship selection committee. If you are successful in the first stage, you will be invited to a second stage interview.
Interviews will take place in person and virtually between TBC at British Airways Waterside.
You will be notified by TBC whether your application has been successful.
Residential scholarships will take place on mutually agreed dates between July and October 2024. You will be notified of potential course dates at your interview. All scholarships, other than PPL awards, must be completed by the 31st of October 2024.
Your name and scholarship awarded will be announced publicly by the Air League.
Medical certification fees are not included in the scholarship award.
You can apply for as many different types of Air League scholarships (flying, gliding, drone or engineering) as you like. However, please note, you will likely not be awarded more than one scholarship or bursary per year. The selection panel reserve the right to choose the most appropriate scholarship or bursary where more than one successful application has been made.