I have one small question that i would like to ask for your experience. I did my FI on June 25 and then my online application status changed from "Applied" to "Approval in progress" on July 3. I have just checked my application status that it changed to "You will be contacted by your recruiter coordinator at the earliest" on July 9.
Does it mean that I am going to have the GC soon? Does it mean that I am accepted or still under review? I just cant wait for the result and I am really sitting on fire right now...
Could you please give me the suggestions base on your experience?
P/S: Still not call until now and my fingers is being crossed...:-S
Hey friends,I had a quick question. If we are applying for global assessment centre online do we also need to send our application by post ?? I came across this somewhere.Also i wanted to know if any fields are left blank on the application which we are unable to fill up can we fill it up manually ??Please helpWould be thankfull for your reply.ThankyouStay blessed
In my opinion, it is not necessary to send them application via post. In my case, I went to the Global Assessment Center by applying directly to the Agency and online. As discussed in this forum, you can also just bring your CV to the OD without invitation.
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Guys, I was informed to do the medical test based on EK's form. I am still waiting for their email about the medical test instruction. But i dont know what kind of medical test should be conducted. Could any one give me some information?
According to the brief guidelines, there is another Medical test in Emirates Clinic as well, am i right? If so, is there any possibility that they will send us home after the medical test in Emirate? I am in a very good health condition, however I still need some preparation.
Thanks so much for your help.
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From my understanding the medical test is conducted upon your arrival in Dubai. It is a standard aviation medical test that includes a full blood and urine screen, hearing and vision tests and a reflex test. If you pass all tests you should be fine. On the instance you do not clear this medical your contract with Emirates will be terminated. You must be clear of teburculosis and HIV for visa requiremets and also you must pass a drug test. If you are taking any medication its best to take a copy of your prescription and a note from your doctor advising why that medication has been subscribed. Alot of common medications for the western world are illegal in the middle east. So it is best to declear if you are taking medication. This is based on my experience purely so I hope this is of some use.
Thanks for your information. that sounds like an ordinary medical test.. But as i know, we are going to flight a lot, so is there any special aviation medical test for this? I will have to make another medical test before arriving to Dubai, so it is totally twice??
May I ask if it was per Ek instruction to carry out a medical test prior to your arrival in DXB? If so may I also ask what the nature of that test is? I was informed at my AD that all medicals were carried out upon arrival into DXB, if you have recieved different information could you kindly let me know.
I worked for an airline in the middle east a few years ago and from what I remember you are required to undergo all the tests I mentioned in my previous message. This medical test is also required to be carried once a year and will be conducted by the airlines doctors or appointed physicians. Other than that there are no other additional medical requirements. If you are in good health you have no reason to worry..
hi ,we had the final interview on the same day ,as far as I know,some people got status changed to AIP arounf 9/07. I have a problem of my status whic is invited-failed to attend .I called them and now is under review.
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You are right. In addition to the Medical Form e-mail you're waiting for there are Medical tests conducted in Dubai upon arrival. A blood test for HIV , VDRL & Hepatitis B & a CHEST X-Ray for TB. A UAE Visa will NOT be issued for : Untreated syphilis , Positive HIV , scarring from previous TB on a chest x-ray , active TB , positive hepatitis B surface antigen.
They recommend that you undertake testing for HIV , VDRL & a chest x-ray at your home country prior to joining as failure to meet UAE visa requirements will lead to TERMINATION of your contract & REPATRIATION at your own expense.
The form you will download fill & upload at your portal will include 4 appendix , Medical standards , Medical history , Vaccinations & Dental.
Hope that helps.
I remember reading here on this forum that you have to wait for a YEAR after resigning from Qatar before you can join Emirates. It's some king of a contract between the two companies. Check the previous Emirates cabin crew wannabes thread.
mogwai_01: i believe that DocEman gave is enough information. I also saw that requirement in FAQs in Emirate website that you need medical test prior to have the visa. The specific type of test has been explained by DocEman.
@DocEman: thanks so much for your information. I heard that there is also dental test as well right? Thanks
Apologies if this has been asked before, but was hoping for some insight. I will have completed my degree in two years (Bachelor of Arts in History, French and German), have heard the application process can take 6-12 months, when would the best time to apply be?
If I am not successful the first time, depending on the stage reached during interviews i'd have to wait 6-12 months before applying again, so I was wondering if it would be smart to start earlier just in case it takes a few attempts? E.g, should I start applying 6-12 months before I finish (or even earlier?)
I don't want to apply too soon and have to turn it down, as I've read on here previously you would not be considered again if you do so. Do Emirates have certain time concessions if an employee cannot start straight away?
Any replies would be greatly appreciated, thankyou!