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    Hi,

    Does anyone have any info on this role?

    I don't have an engineering degree, so am just wondering if anyone has any info on these naval roles.

    I'm looking at a career in the armed forces, and this looks good, but I wonder if I am disqualified.

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    My old DO was a TMO. He had a Doctors in Engineering.

    (Original post by Royal Navy Recruitment)
    A recognised first degree in engineering, maths or physics (we have a limited number of places available for Arts graduates), 180 UCAS points and five GCSEs (A* to C)/ Scottish Standard grades or equivalent, which must include English and maths.
    Ask the AFCO about the "arts", and what's acceptable, however, in keeping with the recruitment website, any TMO I've known of has come from a engineering, maths or physics background (mainly seems to be engineering).

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