BrandArena: British Airways Leaders of Tomorrow

Saturday 22 March 2014

British Airways Leaders of Tomorrow

The British Airways Leaders of Tomorrow competition seeks to find the six top performing students from Nigeria’s major aviation colleges: Selected winners from the two schools namely Nigerian Aviation Technology College (NCAT), Zaria and International Aviation College (IAC), Ilorin will have the rare opportunity to spend time with the Global leaders of British Airways.

The Six (6) lucky students will undergo an internship programme at British Airways local office in Nigeria for 2 weeks, after which they will proceed to the company’s head office in London to meet Keith Williams, British Airways CEO and also visit strategic locations in London for another week.

At the end of the internship, all of the interns will receive a British Airways accredited certification to mark their graduation from the Leaders of Tomorrow Initiative.

Selection Criteria:

  • Must be a current student of Nigerian Aviation Technology College (NCAT), Zaria or International Aviation College (IAC), Ilorin
  • Posses or have the potential to develop leadership qualities
  • Willingness to undergo a 2 week internship at British Airways office in Nigeria and 1 week in London
  • Willingness to travel and posses a valid Nigerian International passport with more than six months before and after expiry of visa
  • Reliability and flexibility are key prerequisites
  • Commitment to participate in the programme for at least 1 month
  • Must be of good conduct at all times during the internship and be good ambassadors for British Airways Leaders of Tomorrow.

If you think you possess the above qualities, then send your entry of not more than 500 words on the topic: Building a more Robust Aviation Industry and Travel Luxury; Benefits of International Airlines to

Entry opens on 13th March, 2014 and closes on 10 April, 2014.

British Airways is investing in Nigerian students that will be Aviation leaders of tomorrow!!!

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