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Keep Flying Scholarship for Southern Africa open for applications

10941511_10152485725137820_5127915733684463298_nKeep Flying Scholarship and Southern African Women in Aviation & Aerospace Industry are offering one scholarship worth approximately R60,000 to an individual working on an instrument or multiengine, commercial, or flight instructor certificate. Candidates must be citizens of an South African Development Community country, hold a private pilot certificate, have 100 hours’ flight time, and passed all written exams for the certificate sought. Scholarship will only be paid to a South African flight school. The closing dat is 28 February 2015.

Candidates must:

  • be citizens of a SADC country
  • Hold a PPL
  • Have 100 hours flight time and have passed all written exams for the license sought.

To apply send a CV, two letters of recommendation, Certified Copy of license, summary of logbook (Certified) and also an essay on how the funds will be used, your goals and any relevant information. One LOR must be from a pilot who has flown with you. Application must be a single PDF file, 3.0MB max. Submit to info@sawia.org with ‘KFS – Southern Africa’ in the subject line.

Scholarship will only be paid out to a South African flight school. For further information, you can contact Christi Dobelli (International Scholarship chair) or Refilwe (SAWIA Founder) on info@sawia.org or sawia.gfpa@gmail.com.

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