The Royal Navy is the principal naval warfare service branch of the British Armed Forces. For hundreds of years the Royal Navy was widely considered the most powerful fleet in the world, contributing much to the success of the British Empire.
Nowadays the Royal Navy core aims include conflict prevention, security at sea, maintaining international partnerships, providing humanitarian assistance and protecting the UK's economy.
The Royal Navy offers many specialised graduate roles, including the following areas:
- Weapons Engineering
- Marine Engineering
- Training Management
- Medical Officer
- Dental Officer
- Environmental Health
All roles begin with basic training and a general induction into life as an officer in the navy. During their career all graduates undergo professional training leading towards qualifications from accredited institutions.
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- Relevant degree, 180 UCAS points and 5 GCSE's grades A*–C for Engineering and Training Management roles. Relevant degree required for Medical, Dental and Environmental Health roles.
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