SAFA | Saudi Aviation Flight Academy

ADMISSIONS

  • SAFA | Saudi Aviation Flight Academy
  • SAFA | Saudi Aviation Flight Academy
  • SAFA | Saudi Aviation Flight Academy

SAFA is committed to building and developing a welcoming and inclusive community that will recognize the values of fellow students/members and which encourages the individual to strive to reach their full potential. Our admissions office will thoroughly and carefully consider the background of each  applicant to explore how the individual may impact, and contribute to, the program and learning environment. All decisions regarding admissions will be based on a review of each application including, the individual's academic qualification, and results of the screening process, set by SAFA in accordance with the General Authority of Civil Aviation (GACA) standards. 

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    Admission Requirements

    All students pursuing admission to a SAFA course will have reached the age of 17 years prior to commencement of the intended course.All students applying for a professional pilot course at SAFA will have completed a minimum of a High School diploma or its’ equivalent. Qualifying for private courses will be determined based on the application and results of the screening test and interview. All students are required to function at a high level of proficiency in English Language to be eligible for admission on any SAFA course. Applicants can provide evidence of English Language Proficiency by obtaining results for either IELTS (Academic) with a minimum score of 6 or a TOEFL score of 550.

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    Application Process

    We prefer applications to be completed online although application for admission can be made through any of the following methods: to access the online application form. Ensure that all required documents are uploaded. On correct submission of the form, you will receive an automatic acknowledgement.

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    Screening Test & Interview

    The screening test will include the below outlined program. Psychomotor Assessment: The psychomotor assessment consists of six sub tests designed to screen zero and low hour candidates for key pilot aptitude and abilities. The test assesses a candidate’s hand/foot/eye coordination, scan rate, tracking, mental mathematics, memory, orientation, and their ability to multi-task. Personality Profile: The personality profile is designed to measure a broad range of personality traits that are important in determining if the applicants possesses appropriate behavious required to become a safe and disciplined pilot. Basic Math Physical Concepts Placement Test: To be successful in the program, knowledge of basic math physical principles is essential.A relevant foundation course is available for those applicants who need some additional training to be successful.

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