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About Us

Careers in Aerospace is the only website dedicated to providing independent and impartial information, advice and guidance on career pathways in the aerospace and aviation community and is brought to you by the Royal Aeronautical Society and ADS Group, working in partnership to provide a non-commercial, free-to-use platform for users of all ages.

Self Assesment Portal

Are you interested in working in the aerospace industry? Time to assess yourself!

Scholarships

If you’ve got the talent and commitment to become an aerospace leader but need financial help, click here!

Directory

The Careers in Aerospace Directory has a search function to filter company and training provider profiles in the UK.

Careers Service

For more help, the Royal Aeronautical Society Careers Department is your one-stop shop for impartial advice.

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