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Postby chai ching » Fri, 23 Jun 2006 9:11 am

Sorry can i ask you one question. Then did it stated that where is it held for their interview? Thanks for your information!


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karen87 wrote:hey pple!..
i am still studying in a local poly and hope to get a position as a sia cabin crew.But i am clueless abt when is the intake.update me any1? tnx u! :D


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Hey there,
Lookout for the advert in this weekend's straits times. SIA will be advertising this weekend and next weekend will be the walk-in. Good luck to all those who are trying for the walk-in. It will be a great opportunity and remember to be there early because once you are cleared early, the subsequent rounds of interview will be carried out relatively fast as well.

<b>Educational Qualifications:</b>

Singaporean - A minimum of 2 GCE A-level credits and 2 AO-level credits including General Paper, or a Diploma from a local polytechnic. GCE O-level holders with at least 5 credits including English, and relevant working experience may also apply.

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venue

Postby sq_boy » Fri, 23 Jun 2006 10:58 am

Hi chai ching,
If I am not wrong, it will be held at Raffles City Convention Centre. Do lookout for it. My info might be wrong.


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Re: New in the forum

Postby Matt10 » Fri, 23 Jun 2006 11:14 am

sq_boy wrote:
blancD wrote:
karen87 wrote:hey pple!..
i am still studying in a local poly and hope to get a position as a sia cabin crew.But i am clueless abt when is the intake.update me any1? tnx u! :D


check www.singaporeair.com frequently


Hey there,
Lookout for the advert in this weekend's straits times. SIA will be advertising this weekend and next weekend will be the walk-in. Good luck to all those who are trying for the walk-in. It will be a great opportunity and remember to be there early because once you are cleared early, the subsequent rounds of interview will be carried out relatively fast as well.

Cheers


Does SIA accept private diploma? Anyone with private diploma got through?
And those with Poly Diploma, does SIA care about the GPA and CCA points?

Thanks.

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Re: venue

Postby chai ching » Fri, 23 Jun 2006 1:03 pm

Oh ok can. Thank you so much for your revelant information! I will check it out tomorrow papers.

sq_boy wrote:Hi chai ching,
If I am not wrong, it will be held at Raffles City Convention Centre. Do lookout for it. My info might be wrong.


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Re: New in the forum

Postby chai ching » Fri, 23 Jun 2006 1:05 pm

yup they do accept private diploma. as long you have the diploma, you can able to apply for it.

Matt10 wrote:
sq_boy wrote:
blancD wrote:
karen87 wrote:hey pple!..
i am still studying in a local poly and hope to get a position as a sia cabin crew.But i am clueless abt when is the intake.update me any1? tnx u! :D


check www.singaporeair.com frequently


Hey there,
Lookout for the advert in this weekend's straits times. SIA will be advertising this weekend and next weekend will be the walk-in. Good luck to all those who are trying for the walk-in. It will be a great opportunity and remember to be there early because once you are cleared early, the subsequent rounds of interview will be carried out relatively fast as well.

Cheers


Does SIA accept private diploma? Anyone with private diploma got through?
And those with Poly Diploma, does SIA care about the GPA and CCA points?

Thanks.

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Re: New in the forum

Postby higgledy » Fri, 23 Jun 2006 4:24 pm

Personally, I think that they accept only LOCAL DIPLOMA, if not, they won't need to specify in its advertisements. However, I remember coming across diploma from MDIS are accepted.



chai ching wrote:yup they do accept private diploma. as long you have the diploma, you can able to apply for it.

Matt10 wrote:
sq_boy wrote:
blancD wrote:
karen87 wrote:hey pple!..
i am still studying in a local poly and hope to get a position as a sia cabin crew.But i am clueless abt when is the intake.update me any1? tnx u! :D


check www.singaporeair.com frequently


Hey there,
Lookout for the advert in this weekend's straits times. SIA will be advertising this weekend and next weekend will be the walk-in. Good luck to all those who are trying for the walk-in. It will be a great opportunity and remember to be there early because once you are cleared early, the subsequent rounds of interview will be carried out relatively fast as well.


Cheers


Does SIA accept private diploma? Anyone with private diploma got through?
And those with Poly Diploma, does SIA care about the GPA and CCA points?

Thanks.

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Re: New in the forum

Postby Matt10 » Fri, 23 Jun 2006 4:29 pm

higgledy wrote:Personally, I think that they accept only LOCAL DIPLOMA, if not, they won't need to specify in its advertisements. However, I remember coming across diploma from MDIS are accepted.


Diploma in what for MDIS? What about other diploma from other private institute?

SIA take in any polytechnic diploma as poly students normally have common module like communication skills, character development etc.

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Postby blancD » Sat, 24 Jun 2006 12:27 am

SIA will also be recruiting next end July according to someone inside...
i might be wrong though, so lets just wait and see
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Postby p3i86 » Sat, 24 Jun 2006 12:29 am

i think the recruitment drive is up....posted in the webbie....on july 1 and 2

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SIA Walk-In (July)

Postby redapple » Sat, 24 Jun 2006 8:48 am

yeap!!
they advertised in 2dae's The Straits Time. Grab a copy or refer to this link:

http://singaporeair.recruitmax.com/MAIN ... rderID=220

Hey guys n gers! this is it..

good luck~ :)

p3i86 wrote:i think the recruitment drive is up....posted in the webbie....on july 1 and 2

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Postby Rian » Sat, 24 Jun 2006 11:23 am

Hhhm.. i understand that usually to go for the open days interview, guy have to wear business suit. Does it mean:

1. shirt, smart pants and tie?

2. shirt and smart pants?

or

3. blazer, shirt and smart pants (and tie)?



Can someone please kindly advise me with the attire please??

HELP!!!

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Postby Matt10 » Sat, 24 Jun 2006 11:26 am

Rian wrote:Hhhm.. i understand that usually to go for the open days interview, guy have to wear business suit. Does it mean:

1. shirt, smart pants and tie?

2. shirt and smart pants?

or

3. blazer, shirt and smart pants (and tie)?



Can someone please kindly advise me with the attire please??

HELP!!!


long sleeve shirt, pants and tie. You must show that you are serious about this and wearing a blazer is over-dressed unless you go for the 2nd round interview, i think. :wink:

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Postby Rian » Sat, 24 Jun 2006 11:37 am

Thanks Matt10 for the advise.

Thank you ya!!!!


Matt10 wrote:
Rian wrote:Hhhm.. i understand that usually to go for the open days interview, guy have to wear business suit. Does it mean:

1. shirt, smart pants and tie?

2. shirt and smart pants?

or

3. blazer, shirt and smart pants (and tie)?



Can someone please kindly advise me with the attire please??

HELP!!!


long sleeve shirt, pants and tie. You must show that you are serious about this and wearing a blazer is over-dressed unless you go for the 2nd round interview, i think. :wink:

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Postby finicky » Sat, 24 Jun 2006 4:52 pm

what is the difference between the walk-in and the one u have to send in ur resume?

for the walk-in, do u still have to go thru the 7 rounds? or they just sign u on the spot?

sorry i'm quite new to this forum. do guide me along. thanks a million! :)

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Postby blancD » Sat, 24 Jun 2006 5:35 pm

finicky wrote:what is the difference between the walk-in and the one u have to send in ur resume?

for the walk-in, do u still have to go thru the 7 rounds? or they just sign u on the spot?

sorry i'm quite new to this forum. do guide me along. thanks a million! :)


normally sending in resumes meaning they've already shortlisted you for the criteria they expect you would have. As for walk-ins, anyone can just step in for the interview, however there would be alot more people or competition in a walk-in. Even if you do not fulfill the criteria, you can just try your luck, but be prepared to be booted out? Both interviews, you have to go through the normal rounds.
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