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Iberia Cadetes 2019

Old 31st Aug 2019, 11:14
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Am I the only one who thinks that 111.000 € + TR (at least 125.000 € in total) is too much money, even for an airline sponsored programme? In my opinion, it's not worth paying 55.000 € more just to work at Iberia (or even Iberia Express!). I believe people forget that this is just a job, nothing else! Why would I want to pay that amount of money to work? And if you are going to answer me that this is your childhood dream/vocation, why don't you consider modular training? Dreams should not have a pricetag of 125.000 €.

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Old 31st Aug 2019, 18:12
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Am I the only one thinking that 111.000 € + TR (at least 125.000 € in total) is too much money, even for an airline sponsored programme? In my opinion, it's not worth paying 55.000 € more just to work at the Iberia (or even Iberia Express!). I believe people forget that this is just a job, nothing else! Why would I want to pay that amount of money for working? And if you are going to answer me that this is your childhood dream/vocation, why don't you consider modular training? Dreams should not have a pricetag of 125.000 €.
Seems to me you’re misunderstanding something. You’re not paying €111,000 + TR to work for Iberia. Iberia is gonna pay €55,000 of the €111,000, so you would have to pay €55,000 + TR. It is still a good deal for people who do not reach the kind of amount of money the course demands, which normally costs €119,000 if you go whitetail.
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Old 1st Sep 2019, 10:10
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Isnt it the TR financed by Iberia (and later on deducted from your salary as the other 55k euro)?
Or is it also an up front payment?
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Old 1st Sep 2019, 10:21
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Originally Posted by Spid View Post
Isnt it the TR financed by Iberia (and later on deducted from your salary as the other 55k euro)?
Or is it also an up front payment?
No, it is not. The candidate has to fund 56k + TR (at CAE, probably around 14k).
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Old 1st Sep 2019, 10:33
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Originally Posted by NesherUY View Post


Seems to me you’re misunderstanding something. You’re not paying €111,000 + TR to work for Iberia. Iberia is gonna pay €55,000 of the €111,000, so you would have to pay €55,000 + TR. It is still a good deal for people who do not reach the kind of amount of money the course demands, which normally costs €119,000 if you go whitetail.
Well, it does not make any difference to me, because when I start working for Iberia Express I will have 111k + TR in debt: 55k for Iberia and 56k + TR for the bank. I agree with you that this is better than doing a self-sponsored course at L3/CAE/FTE, but why would you pay 120k when there are cheaper options for 60k? I would not complain if this Cadet Program had the same conditions as the Aer Lingus one. Meanwhile, IAG's operating margins and profits are skyrocketing...
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Old 1st Sep 2019, 17:11
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Originally Posted by Spid View Post
Isnt it the TR financed by Iberia (and later on deducted from your salary as the other 55k euro)?
Or is it also an up front payment?
Not sure, not gonna lie.
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Old 5th Sep 2019, 10:56
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Any of you guys been through their selection process before or FTE Jerez one? If you can share some details would be highly appreciated.

Thanks!

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Old 16th Sep 2019, 18:55
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80 students out of an initial 2000 applicants. 200 for the aptitude test.
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Old 17th Sep 2019, 07:57
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I wonder how many got called in for the next stage... They said they are looking to take in around 30 cadet between November and Feb.

Best of Luck to everyone in the next stage of the process!

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Old 17th Sep 2019, 11:43
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exam

Hello, I did the english test last weekend. how long do they take to answer you for the skype interview? do they always answer , or only in case you pass the english test? I see there are people with an assessment date already in Jerez.
Thank you !

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Any of you guys been through their selection process before or FTE Jerez one? If you can share some details would be highly appreciated.

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Old 17th Sep 2019, 18:54
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Hello everyone,
Has any of you taken the oral English level test?
I have to schedule the Skype interview and don´t know what to expect.
Thanks in advance, and good luck to all.
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Old 18th Sep 2019, 09:05
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Originally Posted by Spid View Post
Isnt it the TR financed by Iberia (and later on deducted from your salary as the other 55k euro)?
Or is it also an up front payment?

From what I asked at Jerez, they have not got a secure answer yet about this, they will confirm later on in the process. Still, highly likely to be partially funded, expect to pay around 10-12k yourself and Iberia covers the rest (I guess with bond).

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Hello, I did the english test last weekend. how long do they take to answer you for the skype interview? do they always answer , or only in case you pass the english test? I see there are people with an assessment date already in Jerez.
Thank you !


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​​​​​​​For me it took them a couple weeks, but it also depends for what start dates you applied, don't loose hope, you might get an answer soon. Best of luck!

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Old 25th Sep 2019, 10:50
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assessment

hello! anybody has done the assessment yet and could shed some light on how it looks like? also, is it all in english or will anything be in spanish? thanks!
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Old 1st Oct 2019, 07:42
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hello! anybody has done the assessment yet and could shed some light on how it looks like? also, is it all in english or will anything be in spanish? thanks!
Most of the assessment is in English.
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Old 9th Oct 2019, 12:39
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Hi guys! Did anyone get a call or email to attend the last interview? The one with Iberia in Madrid?

Best of luck!

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