Finance for aviation scholarships and student grants from ACS 

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A good education is your ticket to a well-paid job, a satisfying career and a good lifestyle where you get to live your dream. The reality though is that education is expensive and many young people don’t have the means to finance university degrees and college courses.

Fortunately, you don’t have to carry the entire financial burden yourself. ACS can help you in getting the education that will set you on the right course to succeed. Being passionate about the future of aviation, ACS has a range of opportunities for students wishing to excel in the highly rewarding field of aviation.

If you are ready to spread your wings for an exciting, bright future, read on. We have put together a list of questions you may have with answers to guide you in getting the finance and support you need for your aviation studies

Am I an eligible candidate for an aviation scholarship or student grant?

Bright, talented, innovative and passionate about aviation. Check!

Enrolled in a fully-accredited university, aviation- or engineering program within the United States. Check!

Some of the qualifying courses include:

  • Commercial Aviation
  • Professional Pilot
  • Aviation Management
  • Airport Management

If you are unsure if you are eligible to apply, contact Glenn Phillips.

What’s the story behind ACS?

Believe it or not, ACS started in the basement of a house. In 1990 Chris Leach and his wife Tina founded ACS when a seemingly unfortunate series of events, brought on by the recession, forced Chris to find a new way to pay the mortgage.

It was during this trying time that Chris saw an opportunity in the aircraft charter market. Working tirelessly in getting the newly founded ACS off the ground, it was by chance that Chris and his wife took in a boarder named Justin Bowman. As fate would have it, Justin turned out to be an extremely bright and passionate aviation student. Chris knew that there was something special about the young Justin and asked him if he would do his industrial internship at ACS.

The rest, as they say, is history. The company has grown to over 400 employees with offices across six continents; and Justin has recently been promoted to CEO.

How does ACS support the future of aviation?

ACS offers aviation scholarships and student grants, as well as internships, to passionate students who want to establish themselves as industry leaders in aviation. By providing financial support to ambitious, young learners, ACS aims at fostering the next generation of aviation experts – a generation of professionals trained to develop innovative technical solutions enabling a more sustainable future.

What student grants and scholarships can I apply for?

  • Aviation scholarships of up to $5,000

If you are doing groundbreaking research for a scientific journal, you could be eligible to receive an aviation scholarship of up to $5,000. These scholarships are awarded based on the study’s potential impact on the future of aviation, as well as the caliber of the publication.

  • Support in publishing research

Are you working on a research paper that you wish to publish on the ACS website? ACS offers support of up to $500 to enrich your academic research. Our experts will guide you and give you access to valuable intelligence on private aviation.

  • Support in publishing existing research

You may apply for support of up to $500 if you would like to publish existing research. Grants will depend on the innovation of research and its importance to the future of global aviation.

Why should I apply?

  • Less financial strain – with less student debt you’ll have a head start to being financially independent.
  • Get valuable insights from specialists with the first-hand experience to enrich your research and excel in your class.
  • Connect with ACS personnel and get a foot in the door for potential future opportunities at the company.
  • Many young interns have built a successful career with ACS – and so can you!

Where do I apply?

If you share our passion for aviation, we’d love to hear from you. Please send your application to Glenn.Phillips@aircharterservice.com.

Include the following information with your application:

Full Name
Contact details
Email
Mobile number
University program
Research topic
Potential publication website

Are you ready to spread your wings? Apply today and get yourself on the right track for a rocketing career in aviation.

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