Hey sublime_envy did you go to UAS? Will i really have to be as well prepared as if i was going to OASC?!
tbh i'm quite worried after reading this thread. i've watched a programs called high flyers a few times, it's based on UAS around the UK. on one episode they went through the selection of new candidates in the UAS. They made it look as though they select anybody who wants to join.
Hey Boom, where did you apply? I'm going to apply this september when/if i go to Manchester Salford. What happened when you applied? Did they contact you back?
Hey sublime_envy did you go to UAS? Will i really have to be as well prepared as if i was going to OASC?!.
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Im interested in joining a UAS, i applied last year and wasnt accepted, not even for an interview. Since im considering applying this year i was wondering if you have any advice in standing out as an applicant to give youself the best chance.
Unlike OASC, they're unlikely to be convinced by some extra voluntary work or sports or whatever, as they're looking at you in a much broader sense initially. If you're sporty, that'll look good, likewise if you seem like a smart guy that'll help. But on the downside, if the QFI just gets a bad feeling about you, for whatever reason, that'll count against you.