Bristol Groundschool scholarships to launch at PCL London

Bristol Groundschool has announced that it is running a scholarship competition at the Pilot Careers Live event being held on 04 November at Heathrow.

On 04 November Bristol Groundschool (BGS) is set to make a significant impact with its scholarship competition that could help kickstart the careers of two aspiring aviators. The competition offers the opportunity for attendees to win a 50% scholarship on the course of their choice with BGS.

Participating in the competition is easy, with aspiring scholars merely required to visit the BGS stand at Pilot Careers Live and scan a QR code to enter the draw. The winners will be selected at random and will be revealed the following week. They will then have three months from the date of the PCL event to start their selected course.

A spokesperson from Bristol Groundschool said: “We understand the financial challenges many aspiring aviators face, and we aim to alleviate some of that burden through this opportunity.

“Pilot Careers Live is the perfect platform for us to connect with passionate individuals who share our enthusiasm for aviation. We look forward to meeting you at our stand, where you can learn more about our courses, instructors, and the extraordinary scholarship opportunity that could help change your life.

“Join us at Pilot Careers Live on November 4th, 2023, at Heathrow Airport, and take your first step towards a rewarding career in aviation. Don’t forget to visit the Bristol Groundschool stand, scan the QR code, and be in with a chance to secure one of our exclusive scholarships.

“Bristol Groundschool is also the founder of the Wings Alliance, a free community that supports pilots in training, helping individuals plan their training and reduce their training costs. The Wings Alliance will also be exhibiting at the Pilot Career Live event. Please come and say hello to learn more about the free services we offer to pilots in training.”

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Author: FTN Editor

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