Like the title says, i will be completing a Chemical Engineering MEng in the next four years, and am very interested in becoming an Aerosystems engineer Officer in the RAF.
Before everyone has a go, i have been researching for a while, and even tried to call 3 times (can't ever get through?) and have emailed, so yes, i have done a little bit of research! All it says is that you need an Aerospace, Mechanical, electrical, or equivalent degree.
If not, would i be able to do an Aerospace masters course after, and then be considered?!
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Last edited by FuLLuPMepOrtION; 01-04-2013 at 22:10.
- 01-04-2013 22:09
- 04-04-2013 14:06
As the RAF have already stated, you will not be eligible for the role of Engineer Officer unless you hold a degree in Mechanical, Electrical or Aeronautical Engineering. I've spoken to an RAF careers advisor twice about this already. I'm pretty sure you won't be considered if you have a Chemical Engineering degree.
But don't just take my word for it, the best thing you can do is go down to your local AFCO and ask.