The Australian Federation of Air Pilots and the Australian Air Pilots Mutual Benefit Fund offers Aviation scholarships for Australian Students at Swinburne University, Australia.
These opportunities are for student who enrolled full time in the second year of the Bachelor of Aviation or Bachelor of Aviation / Bachelor of Commerce and co-enrolled in the Graduate Certificate of Aviation (Piloting) at university. The grant is valued at $3,000 per year for a period of one year.
Great opportunity to get $3,000 for covering a degree program in Australia.
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Study Subject(s): The studentships are provided in the field of aviation.
Course Level: The studentships are available for student who is enrolled full time in the second year of the Bachelor of Aviation or Bachelor of Aviation/Bachelor of Commerce and co enrolled in the Graduate Certificate of Aviation (Piloting) at Swinburne University of Technology.
Scholarship Provider: The Australian Federation of Air Pilots and the Australian Air Pilots Mutual Benefit Fund.
Award can be taken at: Australia
–Applicants must be in the second year of their Bachelor’s of Aviation degree studies (including double degree Aviation/Commerce students) and have attained their CASA Private Pilot Licence and at least four CPL exam theory credits.
-Applicants must have a minimum of credit average with no unit fails is a prerequisite.
-Applicants must be enrolled as full-time students.
-Applicants must be Australian citizens.
Open for International Students: The students of Australia can apply for these endowments.
Description: The Australian Federation of Air Pilots and the Australian Air Pilots Mutual Benefit Fund Scholarships. This $3000 scholarship has been established to assist passionate aviation students to complete their flying training.
Number of award(s): Not Known
Duration of award(s): award is offered for a period of one year.
What does it cover? award is valued at $3,000 per year for a period of one year.
Selection Criteria: The selection panel will make use of the applicant’s personal statement, academic student history, flying training history including lesson reports and instructors comments / observations. The committee will award this application
to the student who can best demonstrate ‘airpersonship’ which includes the following attributes:
-Leadership (in aviation and in the general the community)
-Respect for peers
-Strong decision making skills.
How to Apply: A written application providing the following detail should be forwarded to the program contact below, prior to the close of applications
-A personal statement of 500 words or less that demonstrates your ‘airpersonship’ qualities. This personal statement should demonstrate the applicants :
-‘airpersonship’ attributes including leadership, communication, respect for peers and teamwork skills, and also the demonstration of personal attributes such as persistence, assertiveness, and decision-making
-social responsibility through engagement in community and industry activities as well as commitment to the industry and striving to achieve prospective career objectives
-A character referee report from a current or past employer or a person competent to supply a character reference
-Demonstration of financial need.
Application Deadline: Closed