Emirates announces new career opportunities for high school graduates

Emirates groups announced new career opportunities for high school graduates on Thursday, 09 August 2022. The programme supports students who want to build careers in the travel and aviation service industry.

Emirates groups announced new career opportunities for high school graduates on Thursday, 09 August 2022. The programme supports students who want to build careers in the travel and aviation service industry.

Excellent opportunities are provided to students, and Emirates group announced to offer jobs to young students after graduation.

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This aims to help young Emirati youngsters and help to build their careers, and the group has also promised to invest in such programmes in future.

The scholarship programmes include Aviation Management, Information Technology, Artificial Intelligence, Logistics and Supply Chain, Cade Pilot, Finance and Aircraft maintenance engineering. Emirati high school graduates who are eligible and meet the criteria can easily apply for the scholarship.

This week Emirates airlines will be holding up Pilot recruitment roadshows in the United Kingdom as Emirates is looking to expand its workforce for the fast betterment of its aviation sector.

Emirates Group will host three roadshows in different locations across the country. The first roadshow will be held on Thursday, 11 August 2022, at Double tree Hilton garden inn, Luton North Airport and Crowne Plaza, Gatwick Airport Crawley.

The Airline said that candidates are not required to register. They can join an information session from 10 am to 1 pm. According to Boeing’s Pilot Technician Outlook (PTO) report released in July 2022, 50,000 maintenance technicians, 53,000 pilots, and 99,000 cabin crew will be required in the Middle East region to support the commercial fleet in the next two decades.

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