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Opening sky for everyone

Aerocadet has partnered with Javelin Aviation Services to offer our brightest candidates an opportunity to receive up to 50% financial sponsorship of Pro-Pilot training programs

Overview

It's the age-old problem for anyone interested in pilot training... "How can I get money for flight training?" At Aerocadet, we've been connecting prospective pilots with flight schools since 2012, and this question is always at the top of the list for anyone wanting to learn to fly, whether for a career, commuting, traveling or just for fun. In the past few years, we've seen several major sources of money for flight training completely dry up. But have no fear, pilot-to-be, there are still many ways to find money for flight training.

 

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Student Loans for International Students with a US Co-signer

Cost of college education in the US may seem overwhelming to many international students. Scholarships and grants are available, but usually they are very competitive and do not cover all expenses. A private student loan can cover up to 50% of college costs such as tuition, books and supplies; and up to 25% of college-accredited flight training courses that are not leading to a degree. Such programs include: Full Professional Airline Pilot Program and College Degree Program.
Discover Student Loans offers private student loans for international students who are attending our college. International students require a creditworthy cosigner who is a US citizen or Permanent Resident. Our student loan offers you a choice of fixed or variable interest rate; zero fees (no loan application fee, no origination fee, no late fee), flexible repayment options (in-school or deferred); 1% cash reward for good grades and 0.25% auto debit reward.

Student Loan Provider
The provider of student loans for the international students is "DISCOVER" finance. Dicover offers private student loans for international students who are attending an eligible US college or university.

Eligibility Criteria
International students require a creditworthy cosigner who is a US citizen or Permanent Resident. International students do not need a Social Security Number to apply. Loan eligibility varies by loan type you're applying for.

Additional Information
If your permanent home address is an international address, then a temporary / in-school US address will be required on the application. If you do not yet have a temporary US address, you can enter your school's address on your application. Please update us with your new US address as soon as you have it.
You may need to send us a copy of your passport and one of the following documents for loan approval. We will notify you when we need them during the application process.

 

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Administrative Support We Offer

If you do not have a US citizen or resident who can serve as your co-signer when applying for a student loan in the United States, our company is happy to provide any necessary administrative support to assist students seeking to obtain a bank loan at your local financial institutions for flight training.

Confirmation of Acceptance Letter
If you are looking to solicit student loan or scholarship from the local financial or government institution in your country, we can send you a letter confirming the suitability of your candidacy for flight training at our Full Professional Airline Pilot Program, validate your enrollment status, provide an offer of paid internship and guarantee of subsequent employment placement with the airlines. However, first we need to evaluate and validate your documents, and convert them to an equivalent US format. 

The enrollment process is following:

Step 1. We will email you your flight training and internship contract. This contract will be conditional on documents evaluation and verification. The contract will stipulate payment schedule and amount of the initial enrollment deposit. 

Step 2. You will need to pay the enrollment deposit of $550 to cover administrative expenses for translation (if required), evaluation and validation of your academic documents, plus FedEx mail delivery service to your country. 

Step 3. It will take us 1-2 weeks to process the paperwork with the external agency (we use J.Silny & Co, located in Florida). Once the paperwork in processed and confirmed, we will send you an unconditional contract, offer of paid internship and a letter of recommendation for flight training loan/sponsorship. 

Step 4. Once you secure required funds, you can send us the confirmation letter from your sponsor or financial institution and we will continue with the visa support paperwork, so you can obtain F-1 academic visa to the United States. We will then place you in the net available class for our FPAP-1 program and reserve flight instructor and charter/airline pilot internship slots.

To start your qualification process, please follow the enrollment guidelines outlined here >>

Conditional Employment Guarantee Letter
In some cases, in order to qualify for a student loan, a bank may request some sort of proof that the applicant will be able to meet the minimum income requirements in order to pay the loan back. Fortunately, our flight training programs offer an option to obtain employment right after the completion of flight training in the USA. More and over, our company guarantees a well-paid internship option for our graduates with several partners, such as "Aviator College" and "Global Air Ferry". Because of that, we are able to provide you, the applicant, with the Conditional Employment Offer letter and confirmation of the expected income. Again, you need to follow the qualification process outlined above in order to qualify.

All support letters, employment guarantee and confirmation of suitability letters are issued free of charge. However, since the qulification process itself (academic credentials evaluation, translation and confirmation with the NACES accredited external specialist agencies) costs us money, we have to ask you to cover these fees.

 

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Programs That Offer Internship & Employment

Applicants for Javelin Flight Funds may qualify for two main types of financial aid:

Full Professional Airline Pilot Program
This 18 MONTH flight training program is designed to take a completely new student (or someone who has only a basic pilot license) from Zero to Private Pilot, Commercial Pilot, Instrument Pilot, Multi-engine Pilot, Flight Instructor and AIrline Transport Pilot licenses. With over 1500 hours of flight time, jet transition course and internship option in the United States, it's the most comprehensive flight training program in the industry.

Airline Pilot & College Degree Program
This 24 MONTH flight training and academic program is designed to take a completely new student (or someone who has only a basic pilot license) from Zero to Private Pilot, Commercial Pilot, Instrument Pilot, Multi-engine Pilot, Flight Instructor and AIrline Transport Pilot licenses. With over 1500 hours of flight time, jet transition course and internship in the United States, this program awards its graduates an Associate of Aeronautical Science college degree.

 

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Minimum requirements

Flight training in the US is one of the most user-friendly and efficient way to gain your commercial pilot license and start your professional aviation career. At Aerocadet, we want to keep it that way. Our purpose here is to ensure that all students get a chance to try their hand in the commercial or private aviation training and use the learning curve to self-determine their dedication to this profession, ability to succeed and complete the course within a projected time and budget. But all applicants must understand, that the aviation training, no matter how open and accessible it became over the last decade, is still a highly intense and demanding line of work, where pilots must possess all the same qualities: discipline, attention to detail, ability to multi-task, ability to learn fast and make sound and correct quickly.

More and over, in order to achieve your flight crew licenses, all students must be able to speak, read and write in English language. This requirement is NOT unique to the US or any other English speaking country. It is a requirements applicable to ALL ICAO-regulated countries, including most aviation authorities in Malaysia, Indonesia, China, Thailand and many other Asian countries.
From 2009, all aircraft operators flying in the ICAO airspace are required to pass ICAO English Level 4 exam and show full proficiency operating radio equipment in English language.

Finally, your health is a big player in the ability to obtain your pilot license certification. Any pilot must be free of any disqualifying medical conditions (see list here) and be in good general physical shape.

Please review a complete list of the enrollment requiremens here >>>

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