We get many mails per day with student inquiries, here we have compiled the most frequently asked questions regarding South Sweden Flight Academy and our programs.
We will constantly update the the list so don't hesitate to contact us if you can't find your answeres here!
Q. How do I apply?
Q. Are your courses eligible for CSN (National Board of Student Loans)
Our courses are not CSN eligible, there are only two out of twenty flight schools in Sweden that are. We offer an alternative route for our students. For example, we hold theory on weekends so as to let student be able to work while studying and we also offer payment plans to minimize the up-front cost. Many of our students finance their studies through work, savings, loans or private sponsors.
Q. Do you accept international students?
Q. How can I get a Student Visa?
You should apply for your visa no earlier than 3 months before course start. In order to apply for visa you have to get a letter of enrolment from us with attached curriculum. Make sure you have time for our application process as well. When you have sent us a complete course application, with required attachments you will get a decision from us within a week. If you are eligible for the course the enrollment letter and documents will be sent as soon as the Registration Fee i paid.
Q. How much is the Registration Fee?
You'll find Registration fees for each course on page 2 of the Course Application Form. The Registration fee will be credited toward your Course Tuition, less 10% Administration fee (minimum SEK 1000).
Q. Where can I stay?
From February 2021 we offer student accommodations 10 min walk from the academy. Read more here!
You can also find hotels in the area, the airport hotel is Sturup Airport Hotel.
Q. Where can I get my medical?
The school does not have any associations with any clinics but you can contact these for more information:
Here you can find more clinics around Sweden: Transportstyrelsen
Q. Where can I get my language assessment?
Please find a list of language assessors here: Transportstyrelsen