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Easyjet MPL 2014 OAA/CTC

Old 17th Jun 2014, 23:07
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Hi, congratulations on making it to stage 3. There is a presentation with the opportunity to ask questions to the oaa and Easyjet teams.

All the best with the stage 3's!
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Old 18th Jun 2014, 08:30
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MPL stage 3

Congrats!!

Hope you will go through it! I wish you good luck!
I will be interested in the answers you will get from the easyjet team!
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Old 18th Jun 2014, 08:43
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@ left base - congrats buddy!


Do keep us informed how it all goes
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Old 18th Jun 2014, 09:34
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Has anybody on the CTC easyJet shortlist heard anything positive or negative in the last week? This waiting game's killing me!
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Old 18th Jun 2014, 11:08
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CAE

Hi ,

I passed the 3 phase at CAE , I'm wondering now if it is the best solution regarding the price.
Actually you can make the modular courses (ATPL) with Oxford and CPL IR MCC in other FTO for 40 000 euros accommodation included , and after a type rating Airbus or Boeing for 20 000 more and if you can't find a job pay 20 000 more for 300 hours on the aircraft. It will not guaranty a job after but type rating with 300 h will be easier to find one.

Is it necessary to pay more than 110 000 pounds ?
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Old 18th Jun 2014, 11:49
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@ventus2cxa, well done for passing stage 3

With regards to pricing and what's worth, I think that 110K pounds is way too much however you will be guaranteed a job after the end of your training with OAA, so at least none of your money would be lost since you already got a job

Are you sure that 300hrs on type costs just 20K pounds? that means its only 66.6pounds/hr
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Old 19th Jun 2014, 10:14
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Thanks all!

And congratulations @ ventus2cxa!!

I do share your concerns regarding the price and what I'll be left with after loan repayments and tax. And also regarding perm contracts at 75% etc.

I too have considered taking the modular route, but my main concern with this is the options available to me at the end of it.

Last edited by left_base; 19th Jun 2014 at 22:55. Reason: I congratulated the wrong user!! Apologies..
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Old 19th Jun 2014, 19:13
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@left base: I haven't passed, not even heard from oaa yet...I was giving a congrats to to the other guy

In my opinion it would be a bit vague to consider whether or not to go the modular wayat this stage, since you have shown excellent performance and been chosen, that is if it was me I would definitely finish up the necessary stuff to confirm my place
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Old 20th Jun 2014, 10:18
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Apologies, I have now edited!

Has anyone else received any feedback from OAA regarding stage 2 or 3?
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Old 20th Jun 2014, 10:36
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OAA stage 2 assesment

Still waiting to hear from stage 2. I think it's over for me. it's a shame that they didn't send any email!
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Old 20th Jun 2014, 10:41
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@alex: I wouldn't give up this early, first of all it has only been a week since the skills assessment. Stage 3 is continuing as from next Monday so if OAA/Easyjet won't meet their quotas for applicant entries, I presume OAA will send more positive emails

I have been told last week by an OAA skills training guy, that an email will be sent irrelevant being positive or negative reply. So sit tight and try to forget about it for a while
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Old 20th Jun 2014, 10:48
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OAA stage 2 assesment

You're right! So difficult to wait that long. As you said, it was only one week ago... It seems like it was a mounth ago!

Did anyone of you guys considered the BA cityflyer MPL at FTE Jerez??
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Old 20th Jun 2014, 13:33
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I took my assessment on the 14th May for stage 2 and then on Monday I got invited to stage 3 on Wed 25th June. So we'll see how it goes then! Anyone else on that day for Oxford?
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Old 23rd Jun 2014, 22:12
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Easyjet MPL 2014 OAA/CTC

Any rejects from Friday 13th June yet?
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Old 25th Jun 2014, 00:42
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Attended stage 2 on 13th June, no news yet..
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Old 25th Jun 2014, 12:50
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oaa stage 2 friday 13th

Same, attended on 13th, no news
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Old 26th Jun 2014, 15:51
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CTC Wings twitter just tweeted applications for easyJet MPL have been re opened for 48 hours!
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Old 26th Jun 2014, 16:27
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Can someone please help with the education requirements. It says you need 2 A-levels at grades BC, including maths and a science.

Does this mean that you must have a B in maths and a C in a science, or a C in maths and B in science ? Or can the grades B and C be in any A-levels, but 2 of the A-levels have to consist of maths and a science ?
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Old 26th Jun 2014, 16:45
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I believe it means you need to have A-Level maths and an A-Level in a science, where together they make up at least grades BC.

So basically if you have a B in maths and a C in physics/chemistry/biology, or a C in maths and a B in physics/chemistry/biology, (or better) then you're fine.
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Old 26th Jun 2014, 20:28
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If you read carefully the requirements are at least two A level grades, at BC or above, with one of the grades being in a maths or science subject.

Hence a B in any subject plus a C in either Maths or Physics/Chemistry/Biology would be sufficient.

Best of luck.
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