Applications Open For Godolphin Flying Start

Online portal opened a month early

Applications are open now, from Tuesday 1st December 2020 until Monday 8th February 2021, for the 2021-2023 intake of Godolphin Flying Start trainees.

This year the online portal has been opened a month early to allow potential applicants more time to put together their applications in a process that has been made more streamlined than ever before.

Clodagh Kavanagh, Executive Director of Godolphin Flying Start, commented;

“It is fantastic that we have been able to deliver the first and second year course during these unprecedented times. Trainees have had many of the same experiences as previous year groups as well as enhanced virtual learning and technology. By August 2021, when the new intake of Godolphin Flying Start trainees are due to commence the course, we will be able to deliver the best of our traditional and of our newly developed training and networking capabilities. We look forward to receiving their applications over the coming months.”

Godolphin Flying Start is a two-year international management and leadership programme for the thoroughbred industry and takes trainees to work and study in five countries around the globe.

For more information about applying for the course please visit or email Melissa Steele on [email protected].

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