easyJet, the international aviation company, holds three types of assessment centres, corresponding to the different methods of entry. In this article we will outline the general easyJet recruitment process and point you in the right direction.

The short assessment day, generally used for the easyJet graduate schemes and easyJet cabin crew lasts a whole day, while the longer ones, used for pilot recruitment can last for up to three days. Every assessment day includes the some of the same activities; however, each is designed for a different and specific group of applicants.


easyJet Graduate Scheme

If you are applying to any of the graduate schemes at easyJet you will need to go through the following steps of recruitment successfully in order to receive an offer.

  • Online application form
  • Cut-e psychometric tests
  • easyJet Assessment centre including,
  • Group exercise
  • easyJet Interviews
  • Presentation

See the entire process in depth here.


easyJet Cabin Crew Recruitment Process

Those applying for a position in the easyJet cabin crew go through the following steps:

  • Online application
  • easyJet cabin crew ability tests: These verbal ability and situational judgement tests from cut-e are designed specifically for the cabin crew.
  • easyJet assessment day: Including a number of group exercises, interviews, presentations and retaking the easyJet ability tests.
  • Medical
  • Reach test: You have to be able to reach 210cm so you need to be a minimum of 5’2.

Read the entire process in more detail here.


easyJet Pilot Recruitment Process

If you are applying for a place as a pilot for easyJet you will need to come through the following steps:

  • Online application form
  • easyJet assessment day
  • easyJet psychometric tests
  • easyJet group exercises
  • easyJet interview
  • Medical
  • Simulator tests

Read the entire process in more detail here.