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View Full Version : GCE "o" level?

06-19-2016, 10:40 AM
If I grew up in the US and obtained a BS and an MS, is there an equivalent for this thing in our education system that many asian airlines list?

06-19-2016, 11:28 AM
High school graduation is about equivalent. Most countries don't require a degree to be a pilot however you have to demonstrate competency in the basics. You have an advanced degree so it's moot anyway. GCE O level stands for General Certificate of Education Ordinary Level. The next level is "A" for Advanced then on to University etc......