Multi-crew Pilot License (MPL)
Each MPL course is bespoke to a partner airline and designed for a specific aircraft type. Training incorporate airline specific Standard Operating Procedures (SOP's) from an early stage, with airlines mentoring pre-selected cadets through a customized course, then on to type, base and line training on a specific aircraft. Taking about 18 months to achieve license issue, line training and employment with the mentoring airline then commences.
This is an expensive route with high risk. If you fail the course late on or the airline ceases recruitment, then you're left with no licence and no job having spent a lot of money. There are a few providers offering these courses.
UKFlying don't recommend students commence MPL training given the current airline climate. A modular courses would be wiser and a safer option.
We recommend you view the Pilot-Network website which has hundreds of reviews from most of the European flight schools. This will give you real student feedback on each of the training establishments and will help you to make an informed decision.